A Nokia iPhone - yikes!

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ah, the red headed cousin to the iPhone. i don't see this impacting Apples sales.
 

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It's a sad, sad day for Nokia. If they would "smallify" their N-series and make the screen bigger I could see a lot more people getting it over the iPhone.
 

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Yeah... no.
First of all, everyone can tell that it's a rip off the iPhone.
Second, that image quality looks awful.
 

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I thought it was funny how he said that if there is something good they "copy with pride" I guess if Apple thought that same way the iPhone would look like the following.

 

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I thought it was funny how he said that if there is something good they "copy with pride" I guess if Apple thought that same way the iPhone would look like the following.

Haha my mom definitely had one of these back in the day. We still have it actually in a cabinet somewhere. Sweet phone and so many functions!
 

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Old news, not really a phone. nokia was just showing off software/firmware or something.
 

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Looks more like a stripped down N800 to me with touchscreen. As has been said though:

1) Older than Jesus riding a dinosaur.
2) Nokia will copy anything that they think gives them a selling point. As the iPhone's screen and UI are rather lovely it's no surprise really. Thing is, Nokia will probably also pack all the other goodies they allow in their other smart phones into it so this is probably nearer what iPhone 2.0 should be like.
 

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I thought it was funny how he said that if there is something good they "copy with pride" I guess if Apple thought that same way the iPhone would look like the following.

I agree.
"We copy with pride." That's a pretty weak statement.