I might cnsider it if
2. It was CDMA
Nice specs, but I will keep my BB Curve.
Option 1. Make a CDMA version that might sell to at most 2 countries, and get the phone crippled by the carriers (ahem, VZW, ahem)
Option 2. Leave it as GSM device with European 3G, that could actually sell at 4 (or 6) continents.
It's not gonna affect Nokia if you turn away from them.
There is a good chance they will make a American 3G version of this phone.
Point 2: I was a GSM â€œfanboyâ€ for many years, having coverage with Dobson/Cellular One and AT&T. My phones with these carriers always made funny noises around other electronic equipment, and I came to find out it is due to the GSM radio. My friends with CDMA phones did not have this issue, so I decided to switch to a CDMA handset. If GSM was quieter around electronic equipment, I would still have a Curve with AT&T.
Hope this clarifies things, I had no intention to start any fi...
My CDMA BB Curve does not.
That is my research.
If other GSM users are not experiencing this, maybe it is the towers in my area, they used to be Cellular One and now are AT&T. It could be that other GSM carriers like T-Mobile are set up differently so this does not happen.
Like I stated before, every GSM handset, locked, unlocked, any brand I have used, has had this issue.