Nokia changes its naming system again: goes back to pure numbers
1. Jayd95 (unregistered)
Nokia really need to sort themselves out
7. daniel_bargs (Posts: 322; Member since: 27 Nov 2010)
sort out? or sell out? haha. the new name rule is so boring and cheap. i dont like it. if they make names of phone more understandable like Apple iPhone, HTC Desire, HTC Sensation, HTC Incredible, Samsung Galaxy S, LG Optimus 2x and Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo. these names seems luxurious and expensive. with Nokia 500... it sounds cheap like hoes
2. remixfa (Posts: 13901; Member since: 19 Dec 2008)
Anything that makes it easier for consumers (and sales reps) to quickly tell the difference between devices is good. Hopefully this means they are launching a dozen WP7 sets at different power levels.
3. faizy (unregistered)
83b5a0548322d367894fcb6ab9df7here is the laucher video from me GUYS.
5. SuperAndroidEvo (Posts: 3450; Member since: 15 Apr 2011)
Looking at the chart provided, I remember those black & gray screens from the mid to late 90's. lol It brings back so many memories. My first phone I ever bought was the Nokia 6162. I was the man on Snake. lol Then I bought the Nokia 8210. I remember T9 text was the new thing with that phone. Then the last Nokia I ever owned was the N90. I think that was the first Nokia with a Carl Zeiss Lens if I am correct. Anyway I love Nokia & I am fond of them, I think with their hardware & Windows Phone 7 OS, they will make a valiant comeback! Thanks PhoneArena.com for helping me remember those memories. lol
9. nghtwng68 (Posts: 70; Member since: 26 Nov 2009)
Last 8 phones have been Nokia N-Series and have a Nokia N97 Mini now.
Can't wait till a new Nokia WP7 comes out. Played with the Samsung Focus, love the fluidity of the interface and speed, and to unite that with Nokia's excellent hardware it will be a match made in heaven.
8. KIANO (Posts: 67; Member since: 13 Feb 2011)
First signs of organization. Hopefully the new naming system is more simple.
10. Jeromeo (Posts: 135; Member since: 11 Jan 2010)
I have owned 9 different phones in the large, zoomed-in photo over the course of my life. Members of my family have owned 6 more, different models.
Every member of my family now has an iPhone.
I have a N900 with Android on it awaiting an HTC with 1280x720 display.
No one I know will ever own a Nokia ever again regardless of idiotic naming systems...