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PostPosted: Thursday, 15.Apr.2010 16:43    Post subject: Nokia N900 Survey   Reply with quote   

Nokia is conducting a survey on a lot of aspects of the N900:
    What do you think?
    Tell us what you love about N900 and what you’d like to see changed. Your answers will help us improve N900 and make future Nokia devices better than ever.
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PostPosted: Thursday, 15.Apr.2010 19:28    Post subject:   Reply with quote   

Thank you BentL, I did my home work.
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PostPosted: Thursday, 15.Apr.2010 20:52    Post subject:   Reply with quote   

Thanks fot the link Bent.
It took a while to complete but there were some interesting questions.

I wonder what it shall be used for. Improvements to Meamo or Meego? I hope they listen to feedback. For the record, I'm very pleased with the N900. It needs some attention in some areas, but is pretty solid in most things, and outstanding in others.
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PostPosted: Thursday, 15.Apr.2010 20:57    Post subject:   Reply with quote   

1) It should have E90 formfactor . One-handed , two-handed and table use ( Netbook style ) . When required with two touchscreens .
2) Also a dedicated charger plug in , besides the microUSB charging . So the microUSB could also be used for another device , like a USB stick or even an external HDD .
3) better acessability of the microSD card . Excellent on the E90 .
4) D-Pad , gives a better integration of touch and non-touch functionalities .

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PostPosted: Friday, 16.Apr.2010 10:01    Post subject:   Reply with quote   

Thanks for the link BentL, I've not been on that site for a while, lets hope they take this on board for future firmware updates whether it Meego or Maemo 2.0 or whatever they call it.

Also a proper global rollout and not marginalise regions. Nokia said that the phone would not get custom firmware yet the UK had to wait quite a while before it got the latest generic fw. I think Vodafone customers are still waiting!!!!
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PostPosted: Friday, 16.Apr.2010 13:14    Post subject:   Reply with quote   

jApi NL wrote:
1) It should have E90 formfactor . One-handed , two-handed and table use ( Netbook style ) . When required with two touchscreens .
2) Also a dedicated charger plug in , besides the microUSB charging . So the microUSB could also be used for another device , like a USB stick or even an external HDD .
3) better acessability of the microSD card . Excellent on the E90 .
4) D-Pad , gives a better integration of touch and non-touch functionalities .

Smile Regards jApi NL

Put it into the questionaire, I'm sure Nokia will roll the changes out OTA at the same time as the next firmware
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PostPosted: Friday, 16.Apr.2010 15:15    Post subject:   Reply with quote   

Most of my comments were asking nokia to bring out a new communicator with the new os
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PostPosted: Friday, 16.Apr.2010 15:30    Post subject:   Reply with quote   

Thanks for the link BentL.
Those were a lot of questions to answer. If they take the answers seriously, they might actually make the N900 (or the next device) a truly brilliant device.

Let's hope they don't only improve their "future devices"...
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PostPosted: Friday, 16.Apr.2010 18:25    Post subject:   Reply with quote   

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Put it into the questionaire, I'm sure Nokia will roll the changes out OTA at the same time as the next firmware


Thanks , I hope they will send my wishes HOTA - hardware over the air .

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PostPosted: Friday, 16.Apr.2010 21:20    Post subject:   Reply with quote   

jApi NL wrote:

Thanks , I hope they will send my wishes HOTA - hardware over the air .

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