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February 09, 2011



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It's very very interesting to come back here now and read through this.

You were right. Symbian 3 was not just fine. It wasn't even fine. Or an acceptable product to sell in my personal opinion. Indeed when I wrote my first comment I was a new n8 owner with high hopes for the device. The hardware had so much potential (at that time) but Nokia simply never or couldn't supply a decent os for the device, which for me (and millions others) was a terrible shame and the final straw that broke the camels back.

I got fed up of waiting for updates that never came. Fed up of supporting Nokia anymore. Constantly ridiculed by my family and friends with there flawless android and ios phones showing me all these amazing things they can do where I couldn't even turn my n8 on in time for the conversation to change topic lol. (Yes it literally took 5 minutes to boot) and the touch screen was just laughable. Hardware wise it was awesome. But the s^3 os couldn't handle it at all. So Un responsive it was horrible.

So like (I'm guessing here) millions others I abandoned ship Nokia and boarded ship Samsung.

Armed with my shiny new galaxy s2 with the latest then android os was literally incredible in comparison to the n8. Then I learned about rooting and custom kernels and roms and I was a fat kid in a candy store. Like the early days of symbian 1st edition when you could mod the he'll out of your phone only a 10000 times better.

Now writing this on my galaxy note 4 I haven't looked back. Indeed I've looked in on Nokia every now and then but I can't be converted away from android now. It's really is the power user choice operating system for smartphone. If you like programming, hacking, moving, flashing etc. Android beats windows. Just the exact same way as it does on the desktop machines as android is however Linux based and Linux beats windows hands down for programming.

How are Nokia doing in today's market with the lumia?


Just read the latest numbers. As obviously I expected Samsung dominated Nokia. Nokia aren't even listed,? Have they quit? Lol

Nokia should of gone android. They may just of still been the leading smartphone market today if they had. Oh well. Rip Nokia. They made terrible decisions lol.

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