Anonymous, 1 hour agoWhile for years Apple has been selling cheap phones for huge profitLots of benefits. It’s every business dream, isn’t it?
Anonymous, 37 minutes agoPersonally I would not stay there again … iOS and Android are both much better systems and yes they would … moreUntil after 2010, symbian was better than ios. And even after that, Symbian had a lot of strengths over ios. It just wrapped up the UI and modern app roster.
Can anyone tell me if meego or s60 was linux based like android? Thank you.
Anonymous, 57 minutes agothe news we read is true about the skin surface, dig deeper, more truth with … morePersonally I wouldn’t stay there again … iOS and Android are both much better systems and yes they just work. Which is good. I have a life and my idea of having a good time isn’t flashing and tinkering with ROMs.
Anonymous, 1 hour agoYes, the iPhone experience was unlike anything before it. It just worked and there was an elegant … moreI just worked
The best lie that the followers of the apple occultism have ever invented.
Hassan90, 7 hours agoNokia’s demise was caused by Microsoft Trojan horse Stephen Elop. If Nokia had adopted Android … morethe news we read is true about the skin surface, dig deeper, more truth will come
– all operating systems on each device are unix based and controlled by an international consortium called x / open
Linux is based on unix
– the phones are equipped with several cameras to quickly take beautiful photos
the process is carried out entirely digitally by both software and hardware artificial intelligence, its part of a wider design around the world to improve machine vision as part of the machine sense, how the machine interprets various potentials electrical in voltages and currents in amperes in the human understanding of the senses
– all communications of the device are done in digital
wifi, bluetooth, cellular broadband data
– services provided free of charge
social media, messaging, email are accessible for free on all types of devices while the service provider must have servers, manpower, physical locations, utility bills
the fully interconnected system that humanity enjoys today requires delicate intricacies of interoperability that force all companies to agree to speak a single language so that their products and services can connect with each other from industries to industries and industries to consumers. Therefore, there are international and local standards institutes, IEEE, ITU, ISO, FCC, CCITT
now the real question is why the effort to unite all consumer devices with
– removable non-user battery
devices should therefore work 24/7
the psychology is that man needs the phone 24/7, just for emergencies, and they put out a bunch of social apps that also work 24/7, because these apps work on the phone 24/7
– multiple camera, tof, depth sensor
people take pictures of landscapes just for a beautiful memorial, not to mention the leaves, the grass, the sand, the distance between that rock and that mountain
– bluetooth music
everything is compressed from the transmitting device to the receiving device, no matter what the lossless source is, they remove the 3.5mm plug to force the user to use bluetooth and they sell for the highest price possible and marketing calls only pro, no worries with the cable
– form factor all the same
all rectangular cameras, front and rear, all wireless, non-user removable battery, eliminates all analog interconnectivity
this is the real question … why everything has to be like this ???
at the time, the giants Motorola, Ericsson, Nokia, Siemens gave consumers real satisfaction, today these giants reside only in infrastructure. Today’s consumers have no choice, all devices are virtually identical
SuuperBaka, 3 hours agoElop is a rat who fell for an incredible business, with Nokia giving Ovi cards that were one of the best … moreIt is simply ignorant. At the time when the MeeGo project was in disarray, they couldn’t even bring a single device to the market and Nokia failed to involve Samsung, Sony-Ericsson, LG or any of the European operators. No one was interested in MeeGo because there was no viable product. Elop and the Nokia Board had no choice but to kill him and move on.
Anonymous, 3 hours agoYeah because the iPhone was so much more advanced. When at that time the 2g and 3g could not … moreYes, the iPhone experience was unlike anything before it. It just worked and it had a sleek and intuitive UX. It made everything else primitive.
Hassan90, 7 hours agoNokia’s demise was caused by Microsoft Trojan horse Stephen Elop. If Nokia had adopted Android … moreI know Nokia didn’t want to join the Android world and they were busy with Windows Phone, and their Windows Phone succeeded and finally Microsoft bought it, a few years later Windows Phone died.
MDR, 2 hours agoYeah because they mostly sell cheap phones for very little profit which will be maximized … moreWhile for years Apple has been selling cheap phones for huge profit
Nokia then … fully functional and best audio … best phone ever
i have Nokia X6 and for my ear the best audio ever, I also hear the LG V20 N990DS with quad audiophile DAC, the LG V20 beats the Nokia X6 in terms of honest audiophile, but for listening general music, r & b, rock, heavy metal, pop, Nokia X6 always winner, Nokia silentlu adjusts audio with stellar performance
I’m so sorry that these stellar engineers have to endure the slavery of management to achieve the big brother’s goal.
DMX, 3 hours agoStop talking nonsense, Apple is in 3rd place in global sales, below Chinese xiaomi, stop t … moreYes, because they mostly sell cheap phones for very little profit which will be maximized by the bulk of the sales. That is why.
Glacier, 3 hours agoNo, the apple is different, they have a whole ecosystem. They are not a manufacturer of phones like Nokia … moreStop talking nonsense, Apple is in 3rd place in global sales, below the Chinese xiaomi, stop saying garbage!
Yeah because the iPhone was so much more advanced.
Back then, the 2g and 3g couldn’t even record video or send / receive mms.
It wasn’t until the release of 3gs later that year to record a video and an ios update after the one that finally brought mms.
But you know … it had a capacitive touchscreen and Apple Marketing …
What about those super prejudices and misleading articles lately?
This is a far cry from the device or the period that led to Nokia’s demise.
And aside from perhaps not being as refined in some ways like capacitive touch, Nokia devices were much more capable and flexible.
Is it just one person who specifically makes all of this? Like those who compare the 808’s cameras, they are also very misinforming.
sasa, 5 hours agoThe reason for the death of the Nokia 58 **, N97, is the tactile experience. I remember when I started to … MoreThe bone was far superior
Hemedans, 8 hours agoEven Symbian did not fail in the market, from 2007 to 2010 Nokia grew faster than the iPhone and … moreElop is a rat who fell in love with an incredible company, with Nokia giving out Ovi cards which were one of the best, if not the best card on a phone at the time. World maps for free before google maps. They had creativity and diversity in their phones, they weren’t afraid to try new things, but Elop didn’t. He just went to one thing and stayed with instead of working on multiple things, if WP failed they had Symbian and Meego
DMX, 4 hours agoNow the same thing that happened to Nokia is happening to Apple, it is 3 years behind its comp … moreNo, the apple is different, they have a whole ecosystem
It’s not phone makers like Nokia
And I think they’re hitting the top Android flagships pretty quickly.
Iphone 13 is another game changer for Apple
The only company that has been stuck at the moment is Samsung, it cannot compete with cheap Chinese phones and most ordinary people choose Apple flagships over Samsung’s.
sasa, 5 hours agoThe reason for the death of the Nokia 58 **, N97, is the tactile experience. I remember when I started to … MoreNow the same thing that happened to Nokia is happening to Apple, it is 3 years behind its hardware competitors because they only want to sell you “the ecosystem”
I have almost all Nokia N series phones, the N97 was my last touchscreen phone from Nokia..I have a white one..I still have it 😉