Linked by David Adams on Wed 10th Aug 2011 17:07 UTC, submitted by glarepate
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless The beleaguered handset maker Nokia is setting itself up for what it hopes will be a lean and mean relaunch in the U.S. later this year: it has finally admitted that it will not launch its newest N9 device--the first and possibly only one based on the MeeGo platform--and that it plans to end sales of its Symbian-based devices as well as low-end Series 40 handsets, as it prepares for a generation of devices it is developing using Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 platform.
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Sounds cool
by pysiak on Thu 11th Aug 2011 08:04 UTC
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My company (huge corporation) in my country are providing really bad phones as business phones. I mean I just got a Nokia C5, previously I've had a pretty decent Nokia E51, but it died, before that it was something along Nokia 6230. I mean come on, so sucky phones?? All from Nokia?

Maybe if Nokia stop doing crappy / useless phones, I could get one that actually is usable.

I mean my current Nokia C5 is so crap I can't stand it: I can't even find a calculator or a stopwatch. When I found them I know it takes like 5 clicks to get there, they changed how you lock the keyboard; the phone is plastic, fragile, no wifi, blah I hate it.

Okay, my wrath is gone, thanks osnews ;)

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