The C6 (only one I would be interested in of the three) seems to be a cheaper version of both the N97 and the N900. www.nokia.co.uk is yet to list them in their product lines so I will wait until I can compare the C6 and the N900 fully. As long as the C6 incorporates Wi-Fi and supports Flash along with AVI video files then I think they are on to a 'C'ertain winner.
rmmil978 they droid is a dataplan shit, ull have to pay loads per month, this is the unlocked price and u just have to apply 22% more in our country. In the end ull be playing atleast 50 dollars every month, u should the contracts.
Wow! Finally some Nokia coverage. I'm tired of all this iphone and droid crap. Nokia get no attention even though it is STILL the largest phone manufacture in the world. Nokia was making smartphones since 2002, before google was even a popular search engine and apple had barley released the ipod.
It's like never posting stories about microsoft or intel.
I wouldn't take it even if ATT give me $100 because the mandatory data plan for two years. That is $30 extra per month on top of your voice plan, in two years you end up paying $720 more. You can buy or do a lot of things with $720.
I own a Nokia touchscreen smartphone with a 3.2 inches screen
I like the look and feel, interface and capabilities of Symbian OS, it serves me right as a cell phone and a music player. Hardware likewise it is capable of smooth SD video playback and surfing sites with flash using Opera. And here the dream ends...
The truth is that it is not convenient to surf the internet or watch a movie and I only do it when it is my only option. The problem with Nokia is the screen size, the experience is the same as gaming in a 10 inch screen. If they want to compete on the smartphone market they have to build phones with larger screens. I have only felt comfortable with a droid or an iPhone. Last but not least they have to draw developers on their open platform. Symbian has an immense market share but doesn't seem to take advantage of..