Also noticing widgets of various sizes - looks like they dropped the 6 widget grid. That's why they no lonnger looked cramped
Complete customisation is the key
(Posts: 66; Member since: 19 Oct 2010)
From an end user perspective, there was really "nothing wrong" with the functions, features, and API's. It's the User Experience/Interface that needs to be revamped. I wonder what the effect to the Nokia-Microsoft deal might have been if this update was already applied at the launch of the N8...
at last, ! they changed it !!!!!
RIP Nokia (unregistered)
150 million lolz Nokia you must be dreaming or something if you want to sell 150 million symbian 3^ phones Nokia you have to drop the price of the phones for 90% so the n8 right now costing around 450$ so the price going down to 40$!
(Posts: 864; Member since: 20 Apr 2009)
Why do they continue to make things smaller and smaller in the UI, when what they need to be doing is making them more touch friendly? Nokia hasn't learned anything yet.
I prefer Android, sweet Samsung galaxy S II smart phone, but i more prefer have in my pocket phone with best phone camera sensor. So my next smart phone - Nokia N8, coz for me must important - best photo quality. I don't like to carry with me my big Canon photo camera.
(Posts: 46; Member since: 17 Dec 2010)
Hopefully this update includes an overhaul to the browser. Currently own a N900, the only thing holding me back from purchasing an E7 whenever its released is the web browsing experience. Will be purchasing a Samsung Galaxy S 2 upon release otherwise.
Regarding complaints about the price...over here at least the N8 is way cheaper(on contract) than the iPhone 4 or the latest Androids.
I paid €109 for it on the 'lowest' price plan and the phone has dropped in price since, it is now around €69. HTC Desire HD is €200, iPhone 4 is still €279!!!!
The UI may not be as good but hardware & price included it must be the best value for money phone on the market (in my humble opinion).
Symbian^3 refreshed UI to bring updated homescreen, contemporary looks to the platform