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Old 08-06-2010, 03:18 PM
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Nokia as been superb on cameras an Music players on its mobile except for the X6,but would have like to have seen the Nokias reaction to the release of the new iPhone 4,an now they know they have to make the N8 succede, or people will turn there backs on Nokia an start buying the iPhone 4 instead,why didn"t Nokia have the software ready for the N8 to be released on the same time as the iPhone,then would see how the public will stay loyal to Nokia or looks elsewere,a very stupid ideas at Nokia nowdays an just shows theres trouble at Nokia an they better change there strategy or there sales will decline more

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BB is clear winner in Communications Junkie and Work Addict

BlackBerry cleans house on any other phone in these two categories. E7x is ok, but BlackBerrys are even better, with bigger screens, better keyboards, and RIM's push infrastructure. Nobody does email like RIM. It is not perfect, but it is by far the best at what matters in email, like getting your emails instantly, keeping your battery full because of economical push. With RIM's secure point-to-point BlackBerry messenger, you have a great way to IM, send files, text messages, etc. all with guaranteed delivery and confirmations. BlackBerry connectivity is always on and "just works" as opposed to Nokia's endless, nagging selection menus and popups for Wifi, WAP, 3G, etc. selection for every app.

If you don't agree, it means you either haven't used a BlackBerry or you're not smart enough to use one!

If you're going to complain about the 9700's UI (admittedly it is dated but perfectly functional) then you have to admit Nokia's 3rd Edition UI, as quirky and painful as it is, is much worse than the competition. Old does not equal bad. BB's UI is not fancy, but it gets the job done and doesn't get in your way. You can not say the same about Symbian 3rd.

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I'm slightly surprised the n900 didn't rate a mention in the comms junky category, given the quality of IM integration and built in Skype. Granted it doesn't have a Twitter app as slick as Gravity, but Witter is coming on a pace. Ditto the media consumer category: granted there's not iPlayer download capability (getting iPlayer video at all's a bit of a pain, but doable), but it has codecs up the ying-yang, a decent screen, an adequate podcatcher in gPodder, the FM transmitter and TV-out...

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