(Posts: 1154; Member since: 21 Nov 2011)
Well it is only a 23 day wait until next year so its not that unfortunate. lol
(Posts: 20; Member since: 01 Dec 2011)
Well, we all know that when Nokia says "Coming Soon", they actually mean 3 months or more.
I still can't believe how long we waited for the Symbian Anna update...for over six months!
Belle might be a huge improvement, and Symbian finally looks modern and up-to-date, but i really don't think it should take this long!
Oh, and you forgot about the C7 and C6-01...
(Posts: 333; Member since: 28 Jun 2010)
They did say early 2012...which isn't that far away. As well, the N8 Belle OS has already shown up on Navifirm...so it looks to be just around the corner. Of course, I'll have to wait for Orange to release it...which takes at least another 4 weeks beyond Nokia's release schedule.
Here in the US it will take even longer to hit, but I think it will be worth the wait. Next year is right around the corner. And Nokia has already released Belle handsets that have NFC functionality, long before most others, with the exception of the Nexus S 4g. Everyone else is just now releasing NFC capable handsets.
(Posts: 588; Member since: 24 Oct 2011)
those f-ing bas*ards its like a 5 month wait till now isnt enough for them? either they wish for people to buy the WP7 devices or the new symbian belle devices
(Posts: 449; Member since: 16 Jul 2011)
Symbian ^3 should have launched as Anna, and Symbian Belle should have been released when Anna was, Belle is still nice and smooth but far less complex and appful then ICS or Gingerbread,
P.S. Couldn't they make the update the exact same for the X7, N8 and E7, I mean, they all have the exact same hardware, same screen res, the only things that would need to be coded differently would be the cameras. I really don't understand why its taking so long, they should really be about getting it release Asap
(Posts: 331; Member since: 19 Oct 2011)
ehm, actually Symbian is more complex OS than Android (except user interface and maybe some social networking integration stuff). Most features which were built into Symbian many years ago were added to Android only in last two years. Yet Android is still much more battery and resources (memory, cpu performance) hungry (mainly because using VM for applications). On the other hand, Android has much more applications than Symbian...
(Posts: 1548; Member since: 17 Oct 2011)
I would be really pissed off but anna is quite good and these new effect from this smart chinese boy are great.
Like someone said above..it's only ~20 days to the end of this year...I don't mind waiting:]
I prefer it to be more polished and optimized.