The fans are hungry for a new Nokia flagship, with 44% of the vote that is quite clear. However, HMD’s entry-level offerings failed to spur up such excitement – the 5 and the 3 got a few measly percentage points. Even the Nokia 3310 ranked higher, we guess the nostalgia factor is strong.
Even the Nokia 6 barely beat out the “Nokias belong in the past” option with 18% and 17% respectively. It’s more of a workhorse phone rather than a dreamy flagship (the same can be said of the 3310), so practical-minded people would be quite happy with it.
The Nokia 5 had to fight an onslaught of comments about the Sony Xperia XA1, a similarly priced competitor. The pricier Samsung Galaxy A5 also came up.
As for the Nokia 3, there were a few commenters that are happy with it, but most find that the “bang for the buck” ratio is skewed more towards “buck”.
Now it’s down to the upcoming high-end Nokia models to rebuild the reputation of the brand that fizzled out during the Windows years.
will only buy Nokia if they use their own OS i.e Symbian,Maemo or even MeeGo,that's all just not fully trust Android OS.
Nokia should bring back the past with a vengance. Everyone knows the quality that had the nokia stamp. If they can make a device like that then they have no problem is becoming a contender to fear.....