Nokia was the only reason for me to have windows phone. I might use a windows phone again if they give me one for free.
It would be much better if the screen size was 5 or 5.3 inches . And hopefully a Snapdragon 800 , 2GB ram, Adreno 330 and a great camera . That would be interesting.
Read a comment by one guy called 'droopy' calling for all and sundry to boycott Nokia products and jump on d android bandwagon. Wow, i wonder how old he is? Cos ppl like me who cant stand d sight of eg. fishes swimming on my fon as wallpaper cant and never would appreciate clumsy android.
my L920 will be a last Nokia I've bought.
I have lost interest altogether!
will they still make asha and 100 series/ series 40 or just Lumias. It will be really satisfying if Jolla sailfish os outsell Nokia.
AnonD-181911, 03 Sep 2013This is the flow of life man, get over it! Things will always change all the time, especially ... morei totally get your point but i just can't get over the fact that microsoft acquired nokia..nokia is just something which i adore as a brand. nokia is the biggest innovator for me in the mobile world so microsoft taking over this so much awesomeness..i can't take this fact
thats a lot of sh*t to have on your phone home screen... way too clustered.
Personally I like the windows UI more than Andriod.
I just can't stand widgets on android, here one piece there one piece, like a kindergarten classwork.
No more nokia now...till now i used only nokia phones. Bcs i love nokia. it wa my emotional attachment to this great brand..but now it is no more..Even I tried unproven windows phone bcs of Nokia ........
I'll move to Jolla, because i had a terrible experience with Android, Windows Phone 8 OS and last but not the least, Nokia is officially dead. Microsoft is just using their name and as a Nokia fan, i will never buy any crap from Microsoft.
aeot, 03 Sep 2013I no longer look forward to this. nokia was my favourite company ... and I know microsoft will... moreThis is the flow of life man, get over it! Things will always change all the time, especially on the technology landscape. I remember back in the late 90's and early 2000's when Nokia was the only phone brand to speak about with Blackberry being the darling of the high class enterprise, Samsung was desperately trying to break into the mobile phone space (anybody recall true i, free i etc?) while Apple was busy making mp3 players aka the iPod. Back then, I could not even imagine Google being in mobile phones - fast forward a few years and what do we have? Apple has set the tone for mobile phone and tablet design (with the bar form factor which has practically annihilated the qwerty for better or worse), Blackberry is struggling for survival, and now Microsoft is buying Nokia's mobile devices. I couldn't have imagined this happening in my wildest dreams as at say 2003...
Moral lesson: the world is constantly in flux. This is reality, no hard feelings! There is no 'bad' guy, they are all businesses trying to make a profit! Who knows what's coming next?
Microsoft always wanted to acquire Nokia so what it did was tactically send their employee to Nokia as CEO. They rolled out the plan which was guaranteed to fail. Once Nokia shares dropped significantly it will be easy to buy Nokia rather then buying it 10times higher cost than in 2010. Think think... now the ceo is happy back again working in MS. My dear friends mind you that deals cannot happen overnight..
This is all business tactics which normal public is unknown of
Guys This device is designed and made by Nokia,so it deserves respect,But just one thing: it's Nokia Bandit,not microsoft bandit.microsoft Shouldn't remove Nokia's name from its own product.even if it does that,we dont.