Nokia Sabre pictured for posterity, could appear at Nokia World
0. phoneArena 21 Oct 2011, 00:11 posted on
Besides the Nokia SeaRay, another Windows Phone Mango flavored device could show up at Nokia World next week called the Nokia Sabre with a 3.5 inch display and a 1.4GHz processor; Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer says that we could see a "bunch of" Windows Phone devices from Nokia next week...
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1. snowgator (Posts: 3583; Member since: 19 Jan 2011)
Nokia world may be interesting, but except for the romured Ace I have yet to see anything to get me pumped up. Most of these devices leaked are the 700/800 model numbers meaning lower end, less expensive type phones. That is certainly what Nokia needs to start competing in the markets that they have lost shares in. But for me, I won't buy a full touch screen device under 4.3", which is why I am not a fan of the Trophy on Verizon and will get an Android if we move there. By this time next year, I am betting Nokia will be really pumping out some great options. But I am not getting my hopes up for next week.
2. yann (Posts: 222; Member since: 15 Jul 2010)
You wouldn't buy device under 4.3"?!? What do you need? Phone or TV.
Buy yourself a pad then.
Phones with such screens are not pocket size..
3. pimpollofelice123 (Posts: 30; Member since: 02 Jul 2011)
neither my girl-friends and sister have any problems putting their evos or the streak on their pockets (skinny jeans) and neither do i. Im actually planning on buying the Galaxy Note.
5. AKm007 (Posts: 108; Member since: 06 Sep 2011)
To each person his own. Stop bashing him just because you don't like it. I personally find even 4.3 inchers to be tough to type on. The galaxy note looks like it's the one, even if it doesn't fit in my pocket.
6. -RVM- (Posts: 331; Member since: 19 Oct 2011)
Exactly. For example, i wouldn't buy a smartphone bigger then 4". It's important for me to be able to control my smartphone comfortably with one hand in portrait mode.
4. Cyd07 (Posts: 83; Member since: 03 Oct 2011)
In a review, Engadget says that the Titan's screen (4.7") is the first to deliver what the WP7 experience should be.
I'm not keen on big screens, but in this case I think it's right : Windows phone metro UI needs at least 4" to be really good. I think 4.3" would be a sweet spot for it (if the device itself is keeped sufficiently compact).
I like Nokia, I like WP7, but the rumored ace is probably the only WP phone that appeals to me. The titan is a little too large I think.
7. kainy (Posts: 165; Member since: 10 Aug 2011)
I hope they announce the Ace. By now every leaked Nokia phone is already made (Sabre - 603, SeaRay - N9) but Nokia doesn't have 4,3" phone yet so this must be the flagship that we expect from them :P. I hope everything goes smooth and everybody is happy :)
8. Mobile-X-Pert (Posts: 565; Member since: 20 Dec 2010)
''4'' is the perfect size, anything bigger than that is not for me.
9. P-YWS (Posts: 88; Member since: 12 Aug 2011)
I wonder if the SeaRay supports Asian language from day one. It is absolutely ridiculous that a smartphone sold in North America and Europe cannot allow data entry and handwriting in Asian language without refreshing the system ROM or OS. Apple had the iPhone done right from day one. Because the world economy is now global, as an European or American, I want to be able to read and write in Asian language when I am doing business in Asia. Android kind of supports this but not without fiddling. Windows Mobile prohibits this (unless the smartphone is purchased in Asia), would Mango fix this fault? Can anyone comment? Thanks.
10. Atom1 (Posts: 1; Member since: 23 Oct 2011)
If this is all they have when they are already late to the game, there is no hope left. The so called "Ace" better exist, or they have just dug their
own grave. If the Ace doesn't have a front facing camera for
video chat, Nokia might as well start selling their phones as "vintage" on eBay. I want to buy stock in this company but they appear to really be missing the picture. It's jot about an "ecosystem" that sells a phone. There were no ecotsystems before the iPhone. It's simple, "build it and they will come".