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Old 04-14-2009, 08:03 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Yes they do.. you can even change the script on certain nokia's whereby you can have all your features/sms etc in hindi
I need to get one of those. I have two phones with Arabic and one with Chinese. A Hindi one would be boss.

I should try to find a way to visit my friend in Pune.
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Old 04-14-2009, 08:40 AM   #22 (permalink)
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You should!!!!!! Pune's fun, not as fun as mumbai!! :P
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You should!!!!!! Pune's fun, not as fun as mumbai!! :P
I'm sure I can visit more than one place... Pune's just where he and his girlfriend live/work.
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One reason why the N-series wasn't that successful, at least initially, was many versions was a bit flaky and slow. Felt like Nokia was sitting on their laurels. They cleaned up a lot after the N95, arguably the best of the N-series, and the N82.

The E series on the other hand, was no nonsense perfection. Its a much more focused line than the N series, focused on RIM I suppose. Nokia seems to be getting the hang of working with US carriers more and more, as shown by the E71x. Ugh, it only means they will end up with more or less an HTC/RIM/Samsung like marketing strategy, where you make and sell carrier specific phones.
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has this thread completely croaked ? maybe not, yet --

so the N97 is in fact available in the states. and it is in fact less than $ 1000.
reading up on the specs, i am quite impressed in the hardware. since i've been rocking blackberrys for about 3 years now, the platform for me is a well oiled and used machine.

since rim isn't really active in delivering any 'serious' overhauls of their OS's....maybe in a year i will jump over to an N97. aside from the many features both bb and nokia phones share, how does nokia's Symbian 60 hold up in the multimedia department ?

does it support .avi and .m4a/.mp4 playback ?

i like how it'll allow you to update your phone's OS OTA regardless of carrier.

any thoughts ?
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