Nokia quietly kills its Series 30: what does this mean?
0. phoneArena posted on 15 May 2012, 09:09
Did you know that the most affordable Nokia phones run on Series 30? To be perfectly accurate, we should say - ran. Yes, Series 30 has quietly died after today’s announcement…
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4. angelesmec posted on 15 May 2012, 09:40 4
What do u min by 600~1000mHz.. is that a single core? because there are 800~1000mHz dual core Android phones out there. Kindly clarify. Thanks.
16. -RVM- posted on 15 May 2012, 13:25 3
Desire C is huge dissapointment for it's price. U can buy Nokia 701 for the same price with MUCH better parameters.
17. steelicon posted on 15 May 2012, 14:01 2
I just love that Nokia 701. Now if only they would somehow ressurect Symbian in a better form.
15. tward291 posted on 15 May 2012, 11:50 5
what do you mean the lumia line hasnt been selling well. and the fact that windows can run on 256MB of Ram nokia can build cheaper and cheaper low end phones for the developing world. they can use windows to replace there feature phone line up with low end windows phones. i say it a great match by the way this is the second article you have written today that had me like wtf are talking about
18. Altair posted on 15 May 2012, 14:42 4
Victor is well known anti-nokia journalist. He just can't make objective stories at all. Such unprofessional people should not be in his position.
You simply can't find anything positive from that guy. When it comes to iPhone, things are different.
19. RazaAsad posted on 15 May 2012, 15:56 2
It means Nokia is developing and moving on, we guys should learn to move on as well. If some tech simply needs to be replaced, it should be and thats what Nokia did with series 30.
20. hepresearch (unregistered) posted on 15 May 2012, 16:48 2
I have loved Nokia products for a long time, and had great hope for Nokia, but now I feel tempted to short Nokia at $1.32 just for fun... unfortunately, welcome back to penny-stock territory, Nokia...
Oh, and I might add that I noticed that only three to five of the comments here even deal with Nokia at all (not including this one)... yet another true sign of total irrelevancy...