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From an user standpoint, the "locked down" phones are getting updates regularly, as well as more apps, games, and their eco-system is updated a bit more in terms of content moreso than the opened up policy with the N900.

Think of it this way. The biggest way a consumer can get confused is if the manufacturer remains quiet. Nokia has remained a tad bit too quiet and people have panicked. Can't blame the consumer 100% in that situation. It starts with Nokia.

Want clarification and calm... Nokia needs to provide it. Not bits and pieces embedded so deeply in this forum that I have to pull well crafted queries based on usernames that provide the truth as soon as they are allowed to speak on it.

Nokia hasn't been left behind. They're just not letting the users know the direction they're going in at all times.
gerbick | Jolla Tablet | iPhone X [ 256GB iOS 12.1 Beta ] | iPad Pro [ 256GB iOS 12.1 Beta ]
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