19 thoughts on “Nokia Goes Web2ish, Launches 4 New Phones, Services”

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  2. Well, yes, Nokia is presenting very nice looking phones, and they might work fine too. But Nokia’s problem is that they are using Symbian OS which is very user unfriendly.

    Fact: my father can use an iPhone on the fly, while it would be imposible for him to install a single application on a Symbian phone.

    Plus, Nokia has a horrible PC suite. Copying pictures to my E61 is a whole mission and an extremely boring operation.

  3. The N95 8GB has a much bigger screen at 2.8 inches. The Windows DRM allows for unlimited CD burning, unlimited playback on the phone and PC, up to 10 times downloading to the PC and once on the mobile phone.

  4. hi “ME”

    I don’t think you can install Symbian OS on iPhone and really there would be no reason too, or what do you think? the iPhone OS is pretty smooth but still Symbian OS does have its clear advantages.

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