Upcoming WP7 smartphone from Nokia will "blow your socks off"

Upcoming WP7 smartphone from Nokia will
Looking at Nokia’s handset portfolio over the course of the last few years, there’s no arguing that they can whip up some exciting and unbelievable looking phones that keeps design on their priority list. And knowing that they’re jumping into the Windows Phone 7 game, we’re naturally quite eager to see what they can pull from under their sleeve to really present a flagship phone for Microsoft’s budding mobile platform.

As we know, Nokia will be manufacturing a Windows Phone 7 handset with Mango aboard for the ride, but interestingly enough, it seems that it’s going to be something so much more than what we expect. Specifically, Nokia’s Senior Training Consultant, Dave Trevaskus, couldn’t keep his excitement all to himself as a quick Twitter post shows us how much of an impact this upcoming device has on him. From the looks of it, the Mango flavored handset “will blow your socks off.”

Bold words indeed, but there’s naturally going to be a lot of buzz surrounding it either way – albeit, Nokia will surely need to bring something to the game to really shake things up. In terms of hardware, all of the WP7 devices out there sport similar internals – meaning, Nokia has to go above and beyond with other aspects in order to stand out and be regarded as the premier WP7 handset maker.

source: Twitter via Pocketnow



1. Henrik unregistered

If there is one phone really worth buying before this year end, without having to worry about quality, it must be that first high-end Nokia WP7 device that comes out. They must have done SO much testing and tweaking around this phone to be absolutely sure it works flawlessly and amazes everyone (considering all eyes will be on that very first device). It'll be a phone really worth your money :-)

2. eiyoy009

Posts: 57; Member since: Jun 01, 2011

sure..nokia will be doing its best with wp7...i believe their is so many rumors against nokia because they are alarmed and aware about their success..hehe

6. alec unregistered

there is no pressure on nokia....literally

35. zhenghua

Posts: 28; Member since: Jun 13, 2011

rubbish nokia

38. PhoneLuver

Posts: 481; Member since: Jul 05, 2010

To be honest, Nokia has a bad track record when it comes to phone software (Even the Nokia N8 freezes)and so does Nokia with its Windows mobile. Let's wait and see if they can redeem themselves with a new handset. I sincerely hope that you are right, but past events make me a bit skeptical.

3. Gcombs unregistered

Please have dual-core on board with 4.3 inch display with front facing camera with 4G LTE for Verizon also. Waiting for a nice WP7 for Verizons 4G network.

16. StreetNerd

Posts: 870; Member since: Dec 08, 2010

rly.... why ppl want 4.3inch displays.... its like a refrigerator thn xD

34. remixfa

Posts: 14605; Member since: Dec 19, 2008

new display technologies can have screens with smaller bezels. last years 4.3 inch phones are bigger than this years 4.3 inch phones. The galaxyS is a great example of that. The galaxy1 with its 4 inch screen is nearly the same size as the galaxy2 with its 4.3 inch screen.

36. zhenghua

Posts: 28; Member since: Jun 13, 2011

nokia awlays make rubbish produvts

39. StreetNerd

Posts: 870; Member since: Dec 08, 2010

says the Chinaman.... what about Chinese quality? haha cheap rubbish build... cheap ZTE, Huawei, etc

5. clevername

Posts: 1436; Member since: Jul 11, 2008

Dual core, 1gb ram, front camera, rear camera same as the n8 or better, retina display level PPI, NFC, makes a great expresso and cooks breakfast. That will "blow my socks off". And the fins got it wrong. Its "knock your socks off". And on that note....down with BADA OS!!

8. alec unregistered

or how about six core with 12 gigs of ram and side facing cameras with a built in waffle maker

14. Gary unregistered

how about you stfu?

15. remyrz

Posts: 205; Member since: Oct 28, 2010

LOL you made my day man... xDDDD nice

22. DirtDog unregistered

Actually Dave Trevaskus ain't propably finnish.. And it's spelled finn not fin.

24. mambocream

Posts: 29; Member since: Jun 10, 2011

Haha. You're correcting HIS spelling? "Ain't" is not a word. "Propably"? Really?

7. foosion unregistered

A company is excited about its products. How very unusual. A technology company is very excited about a product which isn't yet being sold. Even more unusual. or not

9. T12RYK

Posts: 849; Member since: Jun 10, 2011

One thing WP7 Phones havve been missing are good cameras, hope it has a good camera which Nokias always have. My next phone is most probably gonna be a Nokia WP7 handset. This is the change that Nokia needed!

10. Bob unregistered

This better be a good phone. There were earlier such announcements from Nokia with a noble intention to woe the discerning buyer but it failed miserably. Nokia is supreme in terms of hardware (except for a flawed decision to toy around with the board in the N8 which resulted in power management issues) and all it needs is a solid performing OS that promises to deliver goods and its updates every now and then and flawlessly. Mango shows immense promise and am giving the man Dave his due for making such a bold statement. Fingers crossed - hope Nokia regains lost 'appeal' with WP7 phones.

20. snowgator

Posts: 3624; Member since: Jan 19, 2011

Like the idea of W7. But so far, none of the hardware has really grabbed me. Nokia has my attention. Can you convince me NOT to buy a high end Droid?

11. nacixem

Posts: 32; Member since: Jan 05, 2011

...doubt it...

12. ps1001

Posts: 65; Member since: Dec 14, 2010

well, i know i'm buying that zhit when it comes out.... have the 3GS, have the optimus7, have the bold9700, have the xpera x10 and the nokia n8... lots of have-not so much fun in some of them.... but the future is clear for me- nokia wp7 and bold-9900... thats my 2012 dooms day line up....

13. remyrz

Posts: 205; Member since: Oct 28, 2010

bla bla bla.. WHERE IS THE PHONEEE!!!!!!!!!! DAMNIT!!

19. bluechrism unregistered

they have always said they hoped to get a device out this calendar year. I also think the first ones will be with stock Mango, but the next ones will have more Nokia customization.

17. StreetNerd

Posts: 870; Member since: Dec 08, 2010

haha i couldnt wait for a wp7 device, so i bought the omnia 7 for free on a 1yr contract 30 euros a month. and so far i gotta say i love wp7... hope these nokia devices are gonna rock :D

18. ryq unregistered

hope its not just full of hot air! but still hope it will be a success so there will be more competition and more competition means better features at lower price. and remyrz is right, stop releasing tweets or teasers or press release, release the damn phone.

21. heylong unregistered

Nokia WP7 for $100? that will blow everything off,including everybody's underwear!!!

26. hepresearch unregistered

Nokia WP7 for $100 would be insane... naked people trying to hide everywhere, underwear hanging from every flagpole, cats and dogs living together... and at that pricepoint, you would start to see the same effects in emerging markets, too!

23. Tomi unregistered

a dual core procesor 1.2ghz 2 gb of ram 12mpx camera whit xenon flash aluminium casing like x7 or something 2mpx front camera 4'' display whit high resolution and maybe some 3d stuff two 12 mpx cameras image that for 3d and wp7 and all that in a nokia device that would be a must have phone :)

32. corps1089

Posts: 492; Member since: Jan 20, 2010

Now we are talking! Where do I sign up for that?!? Do I have to give up my first born or only one of my other children?

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