I will buy the 2720 just to feel the flipping phone again if it'll be released ahead of Moto Razr.
Nokia 2720 Flip specs so nice. How much Bangladesh Price.? This product is available for Bangladesh market.?
Too old, too generic phones and tío late. The 8.2 if It is released, It will come even later nesta flagship price
I'm a fan of Nokia smartphones but I think they could have put the bar higher the 6 series is one that I prefer at an affordable price and good mid range specs but each year we expect more innovation and this year I'm a bit disappointed since they didn't make any significant change they could have at least upgrade the processors power with Snapdragon 675 and adreno 612. Most importantly the screen resolution is quite big but I prefer 5.5 inch that fit perfectly in hands so think Nokia should stay on this
sadh, 05 Sep 2019Second that. These two are actually an upgrade over their predecessors. 630 in 6.1 vs 636 in 6... moreAlso, note that Nokia changed their naming scheme, the new 7 series is the original 6 series, the new 6 series is the original 5 series.
Nokia 8.1 is the successor of the Nokia 7plus, so wait for the Nokia 8.2 as the proper Midrange champion.
Nokia 7.2 SDM660 while 1.5-year-old Nokia 7 plus had the same chipset, what's the upgrade here in performance?
Anonymous, 05 Sep 2019Compared to the excellent competition in the market you would literally have to be an idiot to... moreYou buy it for the looks and retro appeal,not for features! With the prices as advertised,you can get a 2017-2018 flagship .
I'm glad to see Nokia is back in the game of interesting designs. granted - those are feature phones but still a refresh from 'Square glass pane'
Kangal, 05 Sep 2019In a perfect world, this is how Nokia devices would've progressed: Device: Year 2017, Year... moreInteresting proposition. But I have to point out they also make 2-series, 4-series, 6-series and 8-series phones.
I like how Nokia though of everything in the 800 tough, it even has a latch to pull your car if it ever breaks down!
Anonymous, 05 Sep 2019But he is rigtht. 300 bucks for a Snapdragon 660 device is way overpriced. For a lot less you ... moreIn a perfect world, this is how Nokia devices would've progressed:
Device: Year 2017, Year 2018, Year 2019
Nokia 1: QSD 617 -> QSD 625 -> QSD 632
Nokia 3: QSD 650 -> QSD 636 -> QSD 665
Nokia 5: QSD 652 -> QSD 670 -> QSD 675
Nokia 7: QSD 653 -> QSD 712 -> QSD 730
Nokia 9: QSD 835 -> QSD 845 -> QSD 855
Example: Nokia 1 -> Nokia 1.1 -> Nokia 1.2
As for the price and specs:
Device: USD Price, RAM, Storage, Battery, Size of 21:9, Display Quality - Overall
Nokia 1: ~$150, 2GB RAM, 32GB, 2,500mAh, 5.50 inch, 720p IPS - Cheapest
Nokia 3: ~$250, 4GB RAM, 64GB, 3,000mAh, 6.00 inch, 1080p IPS - Best Value
Nokia 5: ~$400, 6GB RAM, 128GB, 3,500mAh, 6.50 inch, 1080p IPS - Decent
Nokia 7: ~$500, 6GB RAM, 128GB, 4,000mAh, 7.00 inch, 1080p OLED - Decent
Nokia 9: ~$700, 8GB RAM, 256GB, 4,500mAh, 7.50 inch, 1440p OLED - Fastest
...but like I said, this is in an ideal/perfect world where things are as balanced as Thanos.
if they had made the screen edge to edge on the flip phone, either increasing screen size or by reducing phone size, it would have been good. It can then serve as a backup phone that you can just carry everywhere.
Is the tough phone having dual speakers or is it the microphone?
So basically they are in no mood to run their smartphones industry just like what they did with their windows phones...
What wrong with Nokia SD660 and SD636in 2019 .
No wonder their phones doesn't sell.
Damn Nokia, why no USB-C charging on the flip phone? Or a dock? Former so we can use same chargers as other devices, latter to make charging easier for the elderly, like Doro phones.