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Nokia Says No N9 for the U.S.

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marufio

Aug 9, 2011, 4:04 PM

Windows is last place.

I would have preferred Meego instead of a Nokia windows phone. So now there is IOS and Android, not sure about QNX or webos but definitely not windows.
marufio said:
I would have preferred Meego instead of a Nokia windows phone. So now there is IOS and Android, not sure about QNX or webos but definitely not windows.


Windows Phone 7 is crap. They should have just bo...
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ibnturab

Aug 9, 2011, 3:51 PM

Translation of the Nokia's statement

Ok, this is what they really meant to say

" AFter the shi**y sales the n900 got in the US, there is no way the N9 will be released here ".

Unfortunately, noki'as decided to take a plungle off the deep end. I used to be a nokia fanatic , and now there is no way i would buy another nokia product. In the past nokia used to own the market simply because they had better hardware. Long batery life, awesome cameras, and a useful symbian OS. But now the market has matured. Every manufacturer has decent hardware, with capable cameras, and a much more functional android OS. I don't know why nokia thinks that software developers are simply going to ditch writing for iOS and android and start wrting for windows, an OS that has been around for a ...
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ajac09

Aug 9, 2011, 11:13 AM

so what?

No one really cares nokia...
i havnt used a nokia for over 10 years!
where is the nokia with windows mobile 6.1/6.5 ?
where is the nokia with android?
Floobydust

Aug 9, 2011, 2:50 PM

Nokia derserves . .

to die the miserable corporate death they are headed to.
Why don't they sell their phones in the US anymore? Do they feel like they can't compete? I don't get it.
 
 
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