Hello and welcome to Stuttgart, Germany! We are here live for this year’s Nokia World 09. As you know, the manufacturer is holding the two-day Nokia World event annually, revealing lots of its hi-tech mobile devices to the world. In addition to what we already expect to see this year, we also hope that the leading company will show off some new and exciting products that were previously unseen. Hold tight, PhoneArena users, because we are all in for a wonderful journey!
am a sony ericsson fan and i'm very sad theyve been in a slump... i mean se excited us with the excellent camera capability and the walkman, to some extent track id.... but seeing nokia with such ferocious intent to stand its ground as the king of mobile, i feel even sadder.... here's the thing, generally nokia's got very good camera with the carl-zeiss lense and other functions whatever, great mp3 player, 16-million color display, looks like now great video player, integrated social-networking, much improved touch-screen (may not be iphone like, but seems v.good) and true full web-experience (see the facebook demo, it's not a "mobilephone" app, it appears the way it appears on your computer), but the grand daddy of it all is nokia messaging with black-berry like push capability.... so far manufacturers can easily do one better than the other in those things like camera, audio player, video, screen-display etc, but none of them have been able to deliver bb true push... but now nokia can (at least a bit later when its out of beta)... in fact, to be honest without true-push, bb will be the first victim to see their demise...as bb is arguably the worst mobile phone, i mean the interface (the icons, font type, etc etc) is just plain bad, the design well is too "corporate" if not bad as well......so honestly, all these features packed in the always aspiring design, is there a better phone than Nokia....
you are right Nokia is a reliable phone & most durable. I tried Samsung G600, SE 850 but I regret it because quality is not on par with Nokia. My Nokia 5200 stand the test of time. So Nokia X6 will be mine. Thanks
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