Hey, somebody said tht the 7650's keypad mechanism was developed by Nokia and stole by Siemens. He was actually WRONG, AGAIN. Siemens had SL 10 in the stoneage with that mechanism. You can look after it. Why doesn't people learn tht Nokia had never invented anything "new"? MMS, EMS, li-pol batteries, 3G, camera colour screen, 3-band fones, polyphonic sounds, NOTHING. They're waiting for the others to develop something, than steal it.
Oh my God...
It's not fashion detail like Siemens's Xelibri series... or is it?
To Marco Ferrara:
U want some ideas? How much do you pay your designers? Did anyone *tested* usability of this phone before it hit... errrr.. splashed the market?
If you would like some ideas for Nokia's opcoming models, email me for instance... I have a few idea's!
hi i work at nokia we are working on solutions for the phone and i think that phone is bad but mabe you could make something better.mabe you have a new idea for us.since that idea came from the public. thank you.
this design of this mobile.., so great.. !!! I'm waiting for this mobile................
hi tarkan, sorry i guess the resolution isn't ur problem, but do u think that u can use camera in Ankara? This city has hundreds of military services and photos are forbidden!!You better find an other place to live since you won't be able to live without a camera fone.
hello from turkey, ankara!i want know resolution of the camera of the phone, pls tell me!
What the * is this ?!? It looks rather like a butter toast and certainly not like a cell phone. It could candidate for Guiness's "Ugliest cellular ever", if ther's such a thing; if there's not they'll surely invent it now...
well guys ... wake up ..
NOKIA has done good job, well no external memory in this 7600... bad nah ??
Mini version of Siemens SX1..? I can't imagine calling people using this phone.. Anyway, the screen display looks good.. but the design is so bad..
what de hell is this?!! ergh! the design...oh man~~~ pity nokia~~nothing can say...dis phone looks really X 10000 S*CK~
Rew: "In fact, Siemens copied SX1 keypad design from Nokia as Nokia had that type of design in one of their Series 60 concept phones some years ago"
So Nokia accidentally invented the keypad design. To design is to translate into form what will satisfy the needs and requirements of end users. Siemens designed the SX1 keypads with a realistic purpose hence it did not copy it but reinvented it correctly.
And what can you say about Nokia copying the sliding style of the Siemens SL10 for the 7650? The 7650 is already big in size and when you slide it open, it's even bigger!!! Design purpose is defeated again. Then Siemens reinstated the real purpose of the sliding mechanism in the SL55. It made the design valid again.
Nokia can't do naything else, but copy! Did you know that the slogen "Connecting people" had stolen from Ericcson? It wasn't copyrighted, and they stole it, and made it to their slogen...
This is the worst try to make something different! Man, it sucks!! It so ugly, so inpractical..
Hmm, looks like they have updated their site to meet requirements of Series 60 2.0
In fact, Siemens copied SX1 keypad design from Nokia as Nokia had that type of design in one of their Series 60 concept phones some years ago.
it defeated the real purpose why siemens designed the SX1 keypads. Siemens wanted to reduce the size of the phone that's why they developed these keypad design. But Nokia, who copied the design wasted the real benefits of that keypad design, this 7600 phone even became larger. So why the need for such a keypad if it is a large phone anyway. I can't see Nokia's logic here. Nokia is indeed "TRYING HARD to stay in the market". this 7600 sucks again
Objectively, all odd shaped phones that Nokia released in the past did not sell much. The N-gage did not attract consumers much as the simple 3310, and 3210 did. People are not attracted to Nokia anymore. They want to try different brands so it's a sad fact to Nokia that no matter how they do their best in attracting consumers, the consumers are simply tired of their phones. SE, Samsung, Motorola, Siemens, Panasonic phones are the ones getting the "oohs" and "ahhs" today.