Mo, 06 Sep 2012You point????His point is that there are worse people out there than samsung. Companies have stolen, Samsung has only copied a style.. which is done by every company every day, samsung just made it a bit more obvious.
Oh my god
This is the biggest scandal of nokia.....
I hate you nokia
Anonymous, 07 Sep 2012All this hate against Nokia make me think They are doing well. Google and Apple are afraid of ... moreJust... wtf? One person (who is an apple fanboi btw) blogs about this and everyone jumps in? Retarded. How many companies DO NOT do the exactly same thing?! In each damn phone ad I've seen, the photos presented in ads have not looked ANYTHING like it in real life..... Just stop.
A company with a good reputation for hardware should not mislead the public. The agency responsible for this deception should be ashamed of its actions.
After Apple Nokia is my favourite mobile manufacturer.. but this is bad.. real bad.. I mean to be flat out busted is just terrible.
the only "phone" with which all ad-pictures and videos are taken is the 808 PureView!!!
Optimus G & Xperia T: The Faster Smartphone On The World!
PS: Not Fake!
All this hate against Nokia make me think They are doing well. Google and Apple are afraid of the Nokia return.
I am sure display and camera innovation are great and will award Nokia with a lot of Lumia sales.
Obviously I will get Lumia 920, because of these no match great features :
-camera (stabilization and light)
Anonymous, 06 Sep 2012agree! lg and sony all the way with droid! Long Life Android.
Optimus G, 06 Sep 2012Nokia = Mother of Fakeagree! lg and sony all the way with droid!
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Anonymous, 06 Sep 2012you're right, they never said that it was taken with Lumia!it is dude! read on facebook!
Fuji, 06 Sep 2012NO, it looks like Nokia has been lying to the world!Which is so weird. With the 808 pureview what we got were the geniune photos and videos. Now with this WP model all they do is lie and cheat.
They're pretty desperate if you ask me.