Nokia is Nokia. If you want to purchase a long life phone I will recommend NOKIA because I had purchased NOKIA,SAMSUNG,INTEX .. mobile phones. Among all these I found that Nokia is powerful. But this is a fact that NOKIA is very expensive if you compare same technology with other companies.
If there is a lot of disadvantages in lumia610 then why this is lounch in market
m having lumia 610 not good al at alll...
U must have laptop with Zune.
Net is very slow compared to anroid.
browsers like uc browser hv very less memory.
No Bluetooth connectivity with other phones.
Internet explorer is unable to down load any music or video file; ms office files can be downloaded only.
Batery back is also nt good.
This phone is only for businessman not for common man.
Anonymous, 11 May 2012 No card slot, why!?I agree wholeheartedly. I've nocetid in my personal business as well as at school that I am pushing and receiving information on the fly more and more frequently. A fellow student recently approached me and asked to get a copy of my notes from class. I opened the Dropbox app on my smartphone, navigated to the file, and zipped it off to her in an email! The file wasn't downloaded or created on my phone.I've also used remote access applications on my smartphone to troubleshoot computer issues for personal clients while being away from my laptop and a few hours from home.I think the comsumerization of IT is drastically changing the way tech savvy people collaborate and work together in nearly all aspects of life, and I for one love it!
Neeeeeeeeeru, 24 Apr 2012Nice & cute phone by nokia.You're on top of the game. Thanks for srhaing.
I want 2 buy this phone, frndz plz tell me how is it
did angery bird game is playing of not
its a waste phone nd i never ever seen that type of phone in my life time nd my reasons! is its very slow in browsing nd it didnt support utube its too disadvantage to people to see mvs comides bits ,nd its headphone are realy bad coming low sound that may not touch to the people effectively
Anonymous, 25 Jun 2012NOKIA ARAB on Twitter said that this phone will be available in middle east in October 2012 wi... moreWell WP7 doesn't "fully" support Arabic or Hebrew "right to left languages", but it can read them perfectly (through messenger and Facebook app and such) the only thing i had to struggle with is the browser and the emails ... oh and you can't type in Arabic or Hebrew, but honestly i say this i have had WP7 HD7 since it first came out, until this day the phone didn't lag once, not because of the phone brand only but the OS itself is amazing, very comfortable and easy to use ... and to be honest fun, even the update that keeps you on your toes, or when you hear that there is a new app coming to the OS, unlike the Android that i had which i got fed up with, i have had many SE X10 / mini SE Arc,now Samsung S2 which i'm willing to throw away with a smile on my face if i hadn't paid a lot for it (stupid move i know), the OS lags a lot the Samsung doesn't support my S2 they made it and screwed me because i bought the S2 with a "G" in it's last name. i highly recommend WP7 at least they care innovative, and for the people out there NEVER BUY Samsung go for HTC, SONY, MOTOROLA, anything but Samsung they will trick you into buying the product, and they don't care about the customers. that was my experience and i wish if it was better. but if you want to buy a WP7 for the Arabic thing do it now you will write Arabic in a couple of weeks no big deal :) sorry for talking too much .
NOKIA ARAB on Twitter said that this phone will be available in middle east in October 2012 with full Arabic support as far as i know WP7.5 has no Arabic support, so is that means Lumia 900 will have WP8 upgrade?
More like an apple concept.hope it's different from an iPhone .nice look though.