Its ASHA not Android, 13 Jan 2014It's ASHA software platform, not Android, Android it's sockssome of them still dont belive even after seeing the about device screenshot... and some of them dont even know about costimised android.. all of them know is there is only one back button.. for gods sake it is a costomised android ant it can work that way.. and if you dont belive then you dont even heard about amazon kindle fire devices.. pathetic btches..
just want google
playstore. They should make midrange phones atleast but i think they dont have device unit to make one and also cant use nokia name.
If Nokia actually has android it will be the end of Samsung's dominance in the Android phone department. Nokia is 2nd to apple when it comes to quality build. Their phones will last you beyond 3 years. We all know that. It will be pretty much Nokia vs Apple
senja, 14 Jan 2014Why all says Android? It's yust a rummor. It could be yust improved Asha...because android is the best!!!
Why all says Android? It's yust a rummor. It could be yust improved Asha...
I believe that this is an android, because asha can't have that kind of high-range specs for a feature phone.
another possibility is that, this phone could be a Sailfish OS or a new version of WP8.
the design would be good if it has smaller bezel...
Anonymous, 13 Jan 2014eh? Most smartphone users are ex-Symbian whether it's Android or Windowsphone or IOS. There we... more...ex Symbian guys buy android because it's feel and features are same, and you could do anything with your phone.
Its ASHA not Android, 13 Jan 2014It's ASHA software platform, not Android, Android it's socksno android it's gloves XD
Its ASHA not Android, 13 Jan 2014It's ASHA software platform, not Android, Android it's sockssocks?
It's ASHA software platform, not Android, Android it's socks
RejZoR, 13 Jan 2014The whole point of Android is Google (which includes GooglePlay market). Android without all t... moreAgreed. The entire point of Android is Google. I have an Android Jellybean phone and I have disabled all the Google applications or should I say Google bloatwares, because they run in the background, eats my data and drains battery life. I've around 166 applications and 60 quality games and they work just fine without any need for Google services. Google Play Store has lots of applications but only a handful of apps are useful and the rest are just bad quality applications, copy of popular applications and games and some apps are created to spy on users. I don't use Google Maps as I have an offline Maps app, as for Gmail I use the website, no Google+, and no YouTube as I can just open my browser and watch a video, I use Google Play only when I need an application. I can live without all the Google services except the email. Most applications, live wallpapers and games doesn't require Google services to be installed on an Android phone to work. You see my point. I have limited data and if I enable all the Google applications and background data enabled or disabled, those applications just inhale my data as well as battery life as those applications keeps running in the background, perhaps uploading or gathering my data to Google servers. I would definitely go for this phone if it can run Android applications and won't have any Google applications which would be a plus point for me.
itz true because....they will produce cheaper android phones....and indirectly it will improve nokia and windows
That does not even look like Android, from that picture it just looks like a old version of Asha. Funny how we don't even get to see the system info page.
RejZoR, 13 Jan 2014The whole point of Android is Google (which includes GooglePlay market). Android without all t... moreAs a nexus 7 user, I find most apps are just a slightly altered version of viewing something through the browser. Almost all of the apps add some type of ad/malware to the device.
I do everything through the browser and think apps are overreacted (although I don't use whatapp, instagram, etc so they may be a reason)