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Nokia to Stop Selling Symbian and S40 Phones in U.S.

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Aug 10, 2011, 12:41 PM

I was shocked at first...

Did he REALLY say no more s40 phones? How could they possibly stop making their standard phone lineup?

But I just looked at the big 3 carriers, and there aren't many s40 phones out there.

And then I tried to remember a single s60 phone I liked, and there were none. It was a lame OS which looked like a slopped-together mask over a poorly-developed basic menu.

Even when I was still happy with Java-based apps on feature phones, Nokias were all terrible at running them. Slow, single-task weak phones.

The last Nokia I liked was the 6590.

Aug 9, 2011, 12:54 PM

R.I.P nokia

Its been some good years, you will be missed.
So sad and so true. I don't know about Nokia, its seems they really have no vision, or just don't care?
Sad ☹️ Too bad they went with Windows Phone 7. I agree the last thing we needed was another company making Android based handsets but they should have bought Palm and went with webOS. WP7 sucks.

Aug 9, 2011, 3:54 PM


What about meego will Nokia sell those in US?
nope. they won't sell the N9 MeeGo device.
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