Fantastic Phone... Well Done Nokia. Now, there is no battery pblm on Lumia phones. Nokia released some updates to fix that... Some reports (including gsmarena) say that the battery life is increased triple times...
really it is awesome. Thanks Nokia.
Anonymous, 13 Mar 2012why buy the lumia 900, which is a windows phone instead buy the samsung S2 it is way better th... moreIt's the opposite for me. Been using GS2 for one year and already bored with Android. Going to switch to Lumia 900 and Windows phone, lol
Anonymous, 13 Mar 2012why buy the lumia 900, which is a windows phone instead buy the samsung S2 it is way better th... moreBecause to some, Windows Phone 7 provides a better user experience than android. And although the S II has dual core, Windows Phone 7 doesn't need multiple cores (yet).
why buy the lumia 900, which is a windows phone instead buy the samsung S2 it is way better than the lumia 900
And the first
evidence is already out. I mentioned
the SMS crippling text. There is a
second technical manufacturing
problem already admitted by
Nokia . The Lumia battery is failing.
Some batteries draw down too fast,
others don't recharge properly and
sometimes the problem blocks the
whole battery operation. This is the
build quality you get when you
outsource your factory. The last
vestige of Nokia strongholds - its
superb build quality - is now
jeopardized and indeed, first evidence
of problems already not just reported
- but acknowledged by Microsoft and
Nokia! The Lumia is a failure and it will
Microsoft has already admitted that it
is true , if anyone sends a specific
string SMS text message (or FB
message or Tweet) to a Microsoft
Phone based smartphone - it will shut
down the phone and when the phone
is turned back on, the messaging
function is inoperable and the only fix
is to wipe out everything stored on
the phone - all messages, pictures,
phonebook etc. What moron moron
moron didn't prioritize SMS and
allowed this kind of failure at
Microsoft? This would not have
happened if the phone and its
software was designed by adults.
Must have phone...got the Lumia 800 and i really must upgrade to this topo hihi love you nokia..
[deleted post]dude i was wondering how only u know everything that has been admitted by nokia and microsoft....!!
i must tell u ur a very keen hater of this beauty..
I know the 800 is having problems tethering, will this be able to tether out of the box? Any help would be appreciated.
Steve bl0wjob, 09 Mar 2012knock2!!! wakeup nokia hey wakeup?, it's still ancient amoled, no super amoled or even super a... moremulti core on samsung android, but still lags? more cores on your android yet the response time from the screen lags? every major upgrade of the Android OS, phone hardware needs to upgrade as its trend. whew.. if this is pc, no problem but this is a phone!
Wow it's the new lumia 800 with secondary camera, now let's play spot the difference?. Lol... Lol...Lol
Ouch. Nokia’s not doing so
great with its new flagship
Lumia 800, even with a £20m
advertising budget. According to the
FT , the Lumia 800 didn’t even break
into the top ten phones sold in the
UK, and barely sold more than its
basic “Touch and Type ” phones —
those feature-class phones with a
touchscreen and numeric keypad.
I know the Lumia 800 was only Nokia’s
first attempt at a Windows Phone, and
that it has to rebuild brand
momentum; but it hasn’t exactly
turned into the company’s saviour
they hoped for, if it’s not even selling
enough to break into the top ten on
launch. For what it’s worth, it’s a
bad little phone ; it just doesn’t cut
the mustard against some stiff
competition from the likes of the
Galaxy S II, Galaxy Nexus
and the plethora of other Android
I hope this phone will be available in Nigeria
Steve bl0wjob, 09 Mar 2012knock2!!! wakeup nokia hey wakeup?, it's still ancient amoled, no super amoled or even super a... moreand please read about the STRICT hardware requirements of WP7.. it would answer your wrong notion why nokia uses 512 ram and all ur assumptions
Steve bl0wjob, 09 Mar 2012knock2!!! wakeup nokia hey wakeup?, it's still ancient amoled, no super amoled or even super a... morehehehe i think u should research about AMOLED.. its just a general term for specific kinds of amoled such as the superamoled plus by samsung.. samsung named it super amoled plus because it uses the conventional RGB matrix (which was not used in super.amoled of galaxy s 1 )which is actually the same conventional RGB matrix used in Nokia's Lumia 900. Nokia just can't call it Super Amoled Plus because it's not a samsung made AMOLED with conventional RGB matrix screen.. it's an AMOLED screen tat uses conventional RGB matrix with Nokia Clear Black Display which is actually better than Samsung specially in terms of sunlight legibility and contrast... i'm not a nokia user since 2007 and all my gadgets are samsung made but i'm just stating facts man coz ur misleading others..
Steve bl0wjob, 09 Mar 2012knock2!!! wakeup nokia hey wakeup?, it's still ancient amoled, no super amoled or even super a... morehey bro. Relax nokia probably'll realize it later. Afterall nokia had created a 41mp phone..
cafl, 09 Mar 2012Word of mouth indicates the lumia 900 is out on april 9th in UK. Just thought id share that. C... moreI envy you guys. In Philippines (im korean), the lumia 800 hasn't even been released yet.
knock2!!! wakeup nokia hey wakeup?, it's still ancient amoled, no super amoled or even super amoled+, still single core, no dual core or even quad core, and still 512 ram, grow up nokia. wakey wakey
Word of mouth indicates the lumia 900 is out on april 9th in UK. Just thought id share that. Can anyone else confirm that?
Just wanted to point out that having a device with high specs does not mean it'll run like a dream, it is the level of integration between the hardware and the OS that determines that. IOS is great in this part and have a very good ecosystem but the bad thing about their products is limiting the freedom of the user to customize and not providing simple features like video calling or FM that make me wonder do I want to control or be controlled, Andriod have a low integration level as their OS always require large amounts of resources and power. WP OS is good on both ends but what I need is a phone running a full computer OS like windows 8, because with that you have the whole Internet as your ecosystem and can run anything through your mobile phone. To use the same OS on your phone, tablet and pc is the future of mobile phones.