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    Re: News - Nokia teases a big 7th September surprise

    Quote Originally Posted by Phage View Post
    I liked the look of the note. How are you finding it ? Especially in speed ?
    Its was fantastic with Gingerbread on it. The ICS update wasn't so good and seems to have hit the battery life and snappiness a bit. I've stuck on the custom speedmod kernel because I wan't to root it and its back up to gingerbread levels of performance again. I think the S3 might be better bet if you don't want the larger screen/stylus but I don't think you'd be disappointed by the note - Its cheaper for a start. I think in an update or two samsung will have the battery life and performance sorted.
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    Re: News - Nokia teases a big 7th September surprise

    You will get a free Elk with every Nokia purchase.

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    Re: News - Nokia teases a big 7th September surprise

    wouldn't that make it Nelkia? I'll get my coat...
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    Re: News - Nokia teases a big 7th September surprise

    Quote Originally Posted by cheesemp View Post
    Every smartphone I had was Nokia until the N95. That was the biggest disappointment of my mobile phone owning life
    I had the N95 - actually still got it in front of me - returned (broken) by Envirofone. I actually thought (and still do) that it was actually a pretty reasonable device - and it was the later phones that were ... "problematic".
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    Edit: I do think Elop sunk the company by going 100% WMP rather than do a two horse strategy (Either keeping Symbian alive properly or doing an android line too).
    +1 on the WP+Android idea. Symbian - I've no great love for - regarding it as an OS whose time has long past.

    Fingers crossed that Nokia are going to deliver an announcement of some new Lumia range with WP8. If so, then I'd be sorely tempted to treat myself to an upgrade of my current office mobile to one of those new Lumia's - a low-end model - just to get a flavour of WP8.

    Strange as this may sound coming from someone who appreciates Android - I actually want to see WP8 doing well even if that means Android's market share slipping back. An iOS/Android duopoly isn't (imho of course) good news for the consumer - a three-way split is a lot healthier.

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