gowrang, 20 Sep 2014All the phone manufactures are either treating India as the world's market experimenting lab o... moreSo you would prefer manufacturers not to offer/release/sell their products to the Indian market ?, bearing in mind YOU don't have to buy them.
Fair enough, go back to using two plastic cups and a piece of string then, your choice.
All the phone manufactures are either treating India as the world's market experimenting lab or as the world's dumping yard!
i dont know whether i should be happy or feel sad..!
drkavin, 20 Sep 2014well said ..Coz Indian market holds the key now! No matter if its android one or this thing.
Snapdeal are such directionless wannabees. From being a groupon ripoff they became a Flipkart clone. Now they're even copying flipkart's strategy. Typical "MBA" mentality. Copy and do nothing original, see what's happening and enter and saturate that market.
If they price it below 15k, It should have some chance. With Xiaomi, Android One, Zenfone its probably headed for a futile attempt. Hope they have some success(may be they should look for partners, like android one is doing and "no fuss" updates). The UI is the best part of the phone.
I'll definately buy this phone, after all its not about the hardware. What matters here is unique user experience jolla is offering on their device. I don't know why people here always forgot about the Specs War going in mobile industries. People will never get to utilize their SD800 or 805 whatever on their phones. If anyone getting benefit are the various oems coz people are buying from them. What I want is a phone not some gimmick. No matter how powerfull phones are getting in term of processing power or display, you'll ALWAYS need a PC or a Laptop; in case some folks think buying greator phones will take care of all their buisness. Smarter guys will know what i'm talking about, while others will try to defend.
RoverX, 20 Sep 2014Just like Sony threw you the Xperia Z1... Ages after India :PWell. You got your point there.
Gary P, 20 Sep 2014Lol they're throwing everything to India Just like Sony threw you the Xperia Z1... Ages after India :P
The price will be around INR 25-30K. Don't expect the phone to be low/mid range killer. People in India, who had earlier used N9 will buy Jolla (Ex-Nokia) phones. Better option for high end crap phones available in the market.
Finally, been waiting a long time for this moment. Pricing is a key factor though.
Gary P, 20 Sep 2014Lol they're throwing everything to India well said ..
not worth more than 8000Rs (130$)...its around 35000 in Finland though..