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#11
Originally Posted by Kangal View Post
If there weren't idiots in Nokia and no trojan horse entered their board, this is how it would've paved out. N900 gets more support (PR1.5) and gets a "developer only" upgrade for culturing MeeGo. The N8 debuts with Symbian Belle and Qt-integration in the meantime.

The real successor to the N900 is released:
1) 4" AMOLED-ClearBlack Display
2) ST-Ericson U8500 (1.2GHz Cortex A9 + Mali400 + 1GB RAM)
3) Capacitive MultiTouch (854 x 480)
4) microHDMI, microUSB-OTG, microSD (32GB inbuilt)
5) Penta-gsm, BT2.1, Wifi bgn, aGPS, compass, light sensor, gyroscope
6) 12MP Carl-Zeiss + 1080p@30fps
7) 1,600mAh removable battery
8) 5-row tilt qwerty
9) 124 x 64 x 13 mm and 175g
10) $650-800 unlocked
11) Available November 2011 (just as WP7 released, RIM fades and WebOS dies)
12) Nokia's new ecosystem/OS: Maemo 5 with SwipeUI, new APIs and Qt-framework

2012 Results:
1) True iPhone competitor
2) Growing market share (behind iOS and Android, just overtook RIM)
3) Growing developer interest (true linux, new community, stealing from RIM, WebOS, WP7)
4) Available in multiple form factors (3.4in, 4.3in, 4.7in, 4.9in, tilt-qwerty)
5) Incoming tablets (6.8in, 8.9 and 10.1in with qwertydocks)
6) Samsung buys Palm from HP and it strengthens its patent portfolio against Apple, and enhances Bada (like Tizen) for a two-OS strategy like Nokia
7) MS buys RIM becomes powerful, destroys BlackBerry company.
Create powerful ecosystem with Windows Phone 8 that has Microsoft integration (Windows8, Skype, Live, Hotmail, Zune, Xbox etc ) and adds BlackBerry Messenger to targets the enterprise
8) 2013 becomes a 4-horse race (Apple, Nokia, Microsoft, Android=Samsung+competitors)
9) Ericson cripples and causes SONY loses its chance to integrate its services into its own ecosystem for a competitive brand (SONY displays/tv, sound/headphones, Music, Movies, PlayStation, Vaio-PC's)
10) Nokia contemplates licensing MeeGo to other OEMs, maybe make an alliance with SONY and its services

2013:
-Too distant to determine with such dramatic changes in the game
-Nokia follows (Google's Android strategy with 4.0) and unites smartphones with tablets, the services expand from phone/tablet to things such as in-car systems, tv's and consoles and accomplished only with ARM chips.
wow, niceee, honestly nokia is just an idiot microsoft doll,
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I still want my N950! Dammit!
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Originally Posted by kingoddball View Post
I still want my N950! Dammit!
me too

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#14
Originally Posted by Kangal View Post
If there weren't idiots in Nokia and no trojan horse entered their board, this is how it would've paved out. N900 gets more support (PR1.5) and gets a "developer only" upgrade for culturing MeeGo. The N8 debuts with Symbian Belle and Qt-integration in the meantime.

The real successor to the N900 is released:
1) 4" AMOLED-ClearBlack Display
2) ST-Ericson U8500 (1.2GHz Cortex A9 + Mali400 + 1GB RAM)
3) Capacitive MultiTouch (854 x 480)
4) microHDMI, microUSB-OTG, microSD (32GB inbuilt)
5) Penta-gsm, BT2.1, Wifi bgn, aGPS, compass, light sensor, gyroscope
6) 12MP Carl-Zeiss + 1080p@30fps
7) 1,600mAh removable battery
8) 5-row tilt qwerty
9) 124 x 64 x 13 mm and 175g
10) $650-800 unlocked
11) Available November 2011 (just as WP7 released, RIM fades and WebOS dies)
12) Nokia's new ecosystem/OS: Maemo 5 with SwipeUI, new APIs and Qt-framework

2012 Results:
1) True iPhone competitor
2) Growing market share (behind iOS and Android, just overtook RIM)
3) Growing developer interest (true linux, new community, stealing from RIM, WebOS, WP7)
4) Available in multiple form factors (3.4in, 4.3in, 4.7in, 4.9in, tilt-qwerty)
5) Incoming tablets (6.8in, 8.9 and 10.1in with qwertydocks)
6) Samsung buys Palm from HP and it strengthens its patent portfolio against Apple, and enhances Bada (like Tizen) for a two-OS strategy like Nokia
7) MS buys RIM becomes powerful, destroys BlackBerry company.
Create powerful ecosystem with Windows Phone 8 that has Microsoft integration (Windows8, Skype, Live, Hotmail, Zune, Xbox etc ) and adds BlackBerry Messenger to targets the enterprise
8) 2013 becomes a 4-horse race (Apple, Nokia, Microsoft, Android=Samsung+competitors)
9) Ericson cripples and causes SONY loses its chance to integrate its services into its own ecosystem for a competitive brand (SONY displays/tv, sound/headphones, Music, Movies, PlayStation, Vaio-PC's)
10) Nokia contemplates licensing MeeGo to other OEMs, maybe make an alliance with SONY and its services

2013:
-Too distant to determine with such dramatic changes in the game
-Nokia follows (Google's Android strategy with 4.0) and unites smartphones with tablets, the services expand from phone/tablet to things such as in-car systems, tv's and consoles and accomplished only with ARM chips.
Jajajaja, that was like the "almost-ending" of a horror/psicological movie when you feel like the main character is going to be saved but it's all just a dream and then he wakes up and discovers he is doomed...
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Originally Posted by www.rzr.online.fr View Post
at least those identified ones are existing :
http://greg-roberts.com/N950Wall/
hehe! - yup a few of us are photo-shy - but the n950 is lovely!

I'm not so sure on a step back, the OS itself is great, given some good hardware it would be superb (ie N9), however, it needed more of the maemo community, and more devices i feel to make it better.

Still hoping that there is some future (Slight i know!)
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I vote that Kangal replace Elop!
 

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thanks for these wonderful images kangal. what is it called? n999?
 
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