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Michel_Torch 01-14-2011 11:08 AM

BlackBerry Torch VS Nokia E72, features, usability, and functionality
 
A comprehensive comparison between Nokia and BlackBerry at:

Nokia VS BlackBerry | Features, Usability, and Functionality , focusing on the features, usability, and functionality between both. It's based on Nokia E72 Smart Phone and the latest Smart Phone From RIM BlackBeryy Torch 9800

enjoy :)

tsac 01-14-2011 07:58 PM

Re: BlackBerry Torch VS Nokia E72, features, usability, and functionality
 
Did you read the report or write it? the person who did write it clearly has no real understanding about Blackberry's.

rambo47 01-14-2011 09:40 PM

Re: BlackBerry Torch VS Nokia E72, features, usability, and functionality
 
That's a Nokia fanboy site. Completely biased, poorly researched, and completely invalid. Also kinda poorly written, but that's literary criticism, not technical criticism.

Dubdub 01-15-2011 07:34 AM

Re: BlackBerry Torch VS Nokia E72, features, usability, and functionality
 
Moved.......

Michel_Torch 01-15-2011 11:38 AM

Re: BlackBerry Torch VS Nokia E72, features, usability, and functionality
 
Hello All,
Recently i moved from Nokia to BB... thought that my new toy is fully optimized for business use, but unfortunately am disappointed due to the poor usability and functionality compared to Nokia, so that I decided to write what i found!

Please correct me if you noticed any thing wrong.. :)

NJBlackBerry 01-15-2011 02:39 PM

Re: BlackBerry Torch VS Nokia E72, features, usability, and functionality
 
Amazingly Nokia is a player in Europe, but is barely visible in North America.
That would account for our scepticism.

Motorcycle Mama 01-15-2011 02:47 PM

Re: BlackBerry Torch VS Nokia E72, features, usability, and functionality
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Michel_Torch (Post 1694018)
Hello All,
Recently i moved from Nokia to BB... thought that my new toy is fully optimized for business use, but unfortunately am disappointed due to the poor usability and functionality compared to Nokia, so that I decided to write what i found!

Please correct me if you noticed any thing wrong.. :)

There are a lot of errors in what you wrote.

aiharkness 01-15-2011 03:56 PM

Re: BlackBerry Torch VS Nokia E72, features, usability, and functionality
 
BlackBerrys cannot view HTML email? And you were using a Torch, Michel?

That's as far as I read at the link. Enough to see what it is, and what it's not.
Posted via BlackBerryForums.com Mobile

rambo47 01-26-2011 07:34 AM

Re: BlackBerry Torch VS Nokia E72, features, usability, and functionality
 
I was a Nokia user for several years prior to discovering BlackBerrys. For business use Nokia is nowhere near ready. Nokia's email handling has been problematic at best, never reliable, and terribly inconsistent. Likewise, their integration with Outlook has never measured up to BlackBerry.

rambo47 01-26-2011 07:35 AM

Re: BlackBerry Torch VS Nokia E72, features, usability, and functionality
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by aiharkness (Post 1694100)
BlackBerrys cannot view HTML email? And you were using a Torch, Michel?

That's as far as I read at the link. Enough to see what it is, and what it's not.
Posted via BlackBerryForums.com Mobile

He talks about the Torch, but he writes like he's using the BB 7230. Terrible misinformation in his "article". (n)

The Sand 02-05-2011 02:49 PM

Re: BlackBerry Torch VS Nokia E72, features, usability, and functionality
 
I have a Nokia N900 maemo 5 and the email is by far the weakest link. I have waited a year for them to address this - nothing. I can't even get HTML for exchange. Pretty shocking for a phone that cost me $700. I do think Nokia's setup for Outlook is very good though (I prefer PC Suite, which they are no longer supporting, over Ovi Suite.) Unless you have a 64 bit computer (buggy) or 64 bit Office (not compatible yet.)

February 11 Nokia is going to announce something. Speculation is they are going to do away with Symbian and MeeGo (possibly the successor to maemo.) They may go with Windows Phone 7 or Droid. If they do that would be stunning! I like the linux based platform - I have learned a lot from meamo - it doesn't treat you like you are an idiot. I hope they don't do this - the more OS's to choose from out there the better for the user.

It will be interesting to see what they announce...

Sandy


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