- 10-11-2011, 06:49 PM #1
I thought today would be the day at CTIA. The big event with samsung, LG, and HTC all showing off new devices. Nothing came about though, no phones, no pictures, no leaks, no rumors. A lot of Android phones came out (of course) and Verizon has a big party planned for another upcoming droid phone oct 18th. Kinda dissapointed we have not heard anything from the WPCentral folks either. Android Central has people there covering it! I guess the only thing to look forward too is Nokia World?
10-11-2011, 07:05 PM #2
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- 10-11-2011, 07:18 PM #3
Im talking in the short term. Yes in the future they will be having more phones but for a lot of people looking to get a WP7 right now there are very few options and no upcoming rumors of phones to a complany like Verizon. I was just hoping for some good news today!
10-11-2011, 08:38 PM #4
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I agree with buckey
we need to see more advertising and more phones coming out
nothing from sprint or verizon has been heard, and I went to the sprint store again and I don't know why I put myself through it but I asked, when are we going to see more windows phone, he told me mango is good but the arrive is over priced at 199.00 and they don't refresh their line as much as android.
I just walked away in discussed..
I'm thinking that nokia will will have more phones out in 2012 that samsung, htc, dell, lg and asus. and lets hope people will buy them, this will get momentum up for the carriers .
Think about it Samsung one phone in us one over seas, dell one phone, LG one phone in us one over seas..
How many Dam androids do they make ? at least one per month.
sorry for ranting but this is a great OS and phone its just that no one is giving it a chance.
- 10-12-2011, 09:03 AM #8
meh , im happy
im just waiting on SAmsung S+AMOLED HD on duel core LTE phone to come out, hehe
nokia i feel like is gona be a big disapointment... so far they have been. with nothing special , even the sea ray looks MEH and should have been a first gen WP7 last year...
hope they got more then the 1 phone comming.
- 10-13-2011, 12:11 PM #12
A lot of people dont really know what Nokia is about so they dismiss them. Like some here though, I've used Nokia's in the past and they are really in a class by themselves. Anyone remember the 8210? Classic handset. Nokia knows how to design and also present phones. Check out these images from zdnet and tell me something like this running WP7 isnt special. Hands-on with the Nokia N9 MeeGo device | ZDNet. Then you think this is just the start and Nokia will be taking the gloves off in 2012, and IMO they are truly the only OEM that matters for WP7.
- 10-13-2011, 03:43 PM #15
Buckeyeballer that's hard to believe. My battery went out the other day and the guy at Verizon went to the back and got one for me. If they have batteries they should have phones. They must have wanted you to get an android.
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- 10-13-2011, 05:23 PM #16
Go in to all the verizon stores and ask about windows phones. Fill out comment cards asking for windows phones also. If all windows phone users on verizon and other carriers start doing so, they will start to get the idea.
- 10-13-2011, 09:00 PM #17
Nokia Nokia Nokia, I can't wait to see them fall flat on their butts. The influx of cell phones have really slowed down AT&T data speeds. I hope they fix this problem, or I'm moving to sprint. I hate to do this, because AT&T seems to be the only carrier dedicated to WP7.
- 10-13-2011, 09:57 PM #19
- 10-14-2011, 10:43 AM #21
I only see droid adds anywhere. And MS cant figure out how droid has become #2 in such a short time? Also, Symbian was by far the world leader a few years ago but they have taken a dive as well. Apple does not need to advertise, they have plenty of pundits in every corner of the globe. Android is catching up to them in that aspect. The most fluid systems like RIM and WP7 and webOS are not advertising and their shares are dropping fast. Less than 5 years ago if you had a smartphone you had a BB. There was basically no other significant choices. Now, BB is almost insignificant. Amazing how fast the market shifts in technology fields.
If I wasnt a little geeky I would not even know what WP7 UI looked like. It is so much better looking than any other mobile OS in my mind and they just need to get it in front of the population.
- 10-14-2011, 03:10 PM #23
Nokia is pumping in 20 m pounds and Samsung 8 million pounds into upcoming WP adds also MS is starting on an expansive ad campaign touting the convergence/interoperability of all their products in their "ecosystem" including windows 8 etc.
10-16-2011, 04:44 AM #24
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