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. by Winna01(m): 11:02am On Mar 05, 2016
Re: . by chybykee(m): 11:27am On Mar 05, 2016
I swear, you're a faithful Ni**a. you still hold on that ?

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Re: . by lekjons(m): 11:37am On Mar 05, 2016
ok continue!
Re: . by IkennaBasilJR(m): 2:04pm On Mar 05, 2016
Winna01:
A nairalander gave a few reasons why he would'nt drop his blackberry phone, so i've decided to give a few reasons on why i won't drop my symbian platform. I'm actually expecting a lot of criticism for using a symbian phone in this era....
1.Long lasting battery : the battery power of my symbian phone takes me all through the day from listening to music to watching movies etc. With my 3G network on.

2.fast browsing with less data consumption : the browsing speed of my symbian phone is very fast, its highest point is 3.5g from Glo to Airtel i dont have problems with downloading and browsing and thanks to UCbrowser i download up to 9 files at once.

3. Light and very portable : my symbian phone is very light and portable, i could put it in my pocket and you wont know i have a phone on me.

4. No Permanent Internet Connection: Nokia symbian phone requires the Internet only for short period of time. Its not the case with other Operatin systems. Their functionality is dependent on permanent data connection and the traffic in term of data of symbian phones is very minimal.

5. cheap and easy access to some social networks accessing facebook, whatsapp, twitter etc. Is very cheap on my nokia symbian.

The list goes on and on, so i don't see any reason why i'll drop my symbian anytime soon
n/b: i have a Lumia to also help me survive in this era.
Which phone is that, model?
Re: . by Winna01(m): 2:16pm On Mar 05, 2016
IkennaBasilJR:
Which phone is that, model?
N79, E72 and E6
Re: . by vivalavida(m): 5:28pm On Mar 05, 2016
my E63 has been with me since 2011

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Re: . by timbros(m): 5:51pm On Mar 05, 2016
My Nokia E5 still dey till tomorrow!

Symbian rocks!
Re: . by daphid25(m): 6:25pm On Mar 05, 2016
If you lay your hands on Good android phones, you'll forget about symbian whatever.

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Re: . by W3xy1(m): 6:36pm On Mar 05, 2016
My Nokia e5 still in perfect condition

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Re: . by Marvell23(m): 8:39pm On Mar 05, 2016
Winna01:
A nairalander gave a few reasons why he would'nt drop his blackberry phone, so i've decided to give a few reasons on why i won't drop my symbian platform. I'm actually expecting a lot of criticism for using a symbian phone in this era....
1.Long lasting battery : the battery power of my symbian phone takes me all through the day from listening to music to watching movies etc. With my 3G network on.

2.fast browsing with less data consumption : the browsing speed of my symbian phone is very fast, its highest point is 3.5g from Glo to Airtel i dont have problems with downloading and browsing and thanks to UCbrowser i download up to 9 files at once.

3. Light and very portable : my symbian phone is very light and portable, i could put it in my pocket and you wont know i have a phone on me.

4. No Permanent Internet Connection: Nokia symbian phone requires the Internet only for short period of time. Its not the case with other Operatin systems. Their functionality is dependent on permanent data connection and the traffic in term of data of symbian phones is very minimal.

5. cheap and easy access to some social networks accessing facebook, whatsapp, twitter etc. Is very cheap on my nokia symbian.

The list goes on and on, so i don't see any reason why i'll drop my symbian anytime soon
n/b: i have a Lumia to also help me survive in this era.
I hope you will still be using this in the next 10 years.So pls don't drop it .NOKIA has announced its own death so no story
Re: . by Kingy10: 11:13pm On Mar 05, 2016
6)WhatsApp has discontinued their service
Get ready to dump the phone

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Re: . by Ifeanyi4491(m): 12:28am On Mar 06, 2016
I Rep My Nokia C5
Re: . by fabulous18(m): 11:48am On Mar 06, 2016
symbian phone are really great oo
i can't imaging going back to symbian phone since my flavour gionee e7 was been snatch away from me by 1chance motor december 19 i jejely settle down with nokia e6 an it was really amazing phone symbian all the way.
Re: . by ceejay80s(m): 12:13pm On Mar 06, 2016
Winna01:
N79, E72 and E6
My nokia N79 is still alive and working perfectly
Re: . by Oluwaseunsodiq(m): 12:24pm On Mar 06, 2016
Low end processors without gpu....

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Re: . by Winna01(m): 12:34pm On Mar 06, 2016
ceejay80s:
My nokia N79 is still alive and working perfectly
same
Re: . by Smartlux(m): 1:18pm On Mar 06, 2016
Winna01:
A nairalander gave a few reasons why he would'nt drop his blackberry phone, so i've decided to give a few reasons on why i won't drop my symbian platform. I'm actually expecting a lot of criticism for using a symbian phone in this era....
1.Long lasting battery : the battery power of my symbian phone takes me all through the day from listening to music to watching movies etc. With my 3G network on.

2.fast browsing with less data consumption : the browsing speed of my symbian phone is very fast, its highest point is 3.5g from Glo to Airtel i dont have problems with downloading and browsing and thanks to UCbrowser i download up to 9 files at once.

3. Light and very portable : my symbian phone is very light and portable, i could put it in my pocket and you wont know i have a phone on me.

4. No Permanent Internet Connection: Nokia symbian phone requires the Internet only for short period of time. Its not the case with other Operatin systems. Their functionality is dependent on permanent data connection and the traffic in term of data of symbian phones is very minimal.

5. cheap and easy access to some social networks accessing facebook, whatsapp, twitter etc. Is very cheap on my nokia symbian.

The list goes on and on, so i don't see any reason why i'll drop my symbian anytime soon
n/b: i have a Lumia to also help me survive in this era.
what model is urz? Mine is c5
Re: . by Winna01(m): 2:14pm On Mar 06, 2016
Smartlux:
what model is urz? Mine is c5
right now its E72
Re: . by Mrluv(m): 2:21pm On Mar 06, 2016
Any e6 or e72 for sell ?
Re: . by Smartlux(m): 2:40pm On Mar 06, 2016
Winna01:
right now its E72
ok, nice.
Re: . by Trendy247: 7:20pm On Mar 06, 2016
The only reason I can't drop my E73 even though I have an android is because of its studio quality voice recording function.... My friend who owns Samsung galaxy s3 always borrow my E73 just to record songs... It beats other symbians
Re: . by donigspain(m): 7:26pm On Mar 06, 2016
Reading with my Nokia E72.
Re: . by Nobody: 8:06pm On Mar 06, 2016
Nokia's reign is over.. Using a symbian phone in 2016 is probably for calls, whatsapp and Operamini....

You cant play High Quality Videos or Movies...

You cant play Quality Games....

You cant Take Quality Pictures....

You application base is almost zero....

You cant enjoy fast and free file sharing apps like Xender, Flash share etc.. You are limited to only your Bluetooth... Sending a file of 15mb with Bluetooth can be a real pain....

You cant enjoy free internet apps like Psiphon Handler etc....

You cant run good picture editors with symbian phones....

Streaming with Symbian phones can be a real pain....

You cant enjoy any form of tweaks on your symbian apart from the normal Symantec antivirus hack... Tools like MTK engineering, BB IMEI generator, Mobile Uncle Tools, Freedom, Kingroot etc gives you a whole new level of development on Android...


Should i Continue??

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Re: . by fabulous18(m): 10:28pm On Mar 06, 2016
Djangocode:
Nokia's reign is over.. Using a symbian phone in 2016 is probably for calls, whatsapp and Operamini....

You cant play High Quality Videos or Movies...

You cant play Quality Games....

You cant Take Quality Pictures....

You application base is almost zero....

You cant enjoy fast and free file sharing apps like Xender, Flash share etc.. You are limited to only your Bluetooth... Sending a file of 15mb with Bluetooth can be a real pain....

You cant enjoy free internet apps like Psiphon Handler etc....

You cant run good picture editors with symbian phones....

Streaming with Symbian phones can be a real pain....

You cant enjoy any form of tweaks on your symbian apart from the normal Symantec antivirus hack... Tools like MTK engineering, BB IMEI generator, Mobile Uncle Tools, Freedom, Kingroot etc gives you a whole new level of development on Android...


Should i Continue??
what was this one saying i don't think you own correct synbian phone b4 e.g n8 e6 e73 ??
Re: . by hyuga(m): 8:56am On Mar 07, 2016
Djangocode:
Nokia's reign is over.. Using a symbian phone in 2016 is probably for calls, whatsapp and Operamini....

You cant play High Quality Videos or Movies...

You cant play Quality Games....

You cant Take Quality Pictures....

You application base is almost zero....

You cant enjoy fast and free file sharing apps like Xender, Flash share etc.. You are limited to only your Bluetooth... Sending a file of 15mb with Bluetooth can be a real pain....

You cant enjoy free internet apps like Psiphon Handler etc....

You cant run good picture editors with symbian phones....

Streaming with Symbian phones can be a real pain....

You cant enjoy any form of tweaks on your symbian apart from the normal Symantec antivirus hack... Tools like MTK engineering, BB IMEI generator, Mobile Uncle Tools, Freedom, Kingroot etc gives you a whole new level of development on Android...


Should i Continue??
u are right in some part and wrong in some part... have u snapped with nokia n8 or 808 before? whats the diff between king root and hacking a symbian? they both give u permission to get where u arent supposed to get. do u know there is simple server for symbian? and i guess u dont know there is an app that even allows even n95 to share files via wifi between a pc and itself. not sayin symbian is anywhere near android bit its not a total pushover too.
Re: . by Nobody: 3:11pm On Mar 07, 2016
hyuga:

u are right in some part and wrong in some part... have u snapped with nokia n8 or 808 before? whats the diff between king root and hacking a symbian? they both give u permission to get where u arent supposed to get. do u know there is simple server for symbian? and i guess u dont know there is an app that even allows even n95 to share files via wifi between a pc and itself. not sayin symbian is anywhere near android bit its not a total pushover too.

I own a Nokia E72 presently as a side phone.. Simple server for Symbian?? I have it too, installed buh not working.. Duyyu have the settings??
Re: . by JesusCrew: 6:30pm On Mar 07, 2016
@Op, u are never alone.

Our #N97 32gb and #E72 still rock on d background for intensive surfing wt less data consumption and extensive battery usage. Well maintained and ever looking clean.

#Android rules
#Symbian rocks still

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Re: . by chrismex(m): 9:05am On Mar 08, 2016
Mrluv:
Any e6 or e72 for sell ?




yea I do e6 Nokia whatassp me 08135278603 Chris by name
Re: . by spacyzuma(m): 11:32am On Mar 08, 2016
Kudos to you.

I've stopped using my Symbian phone, but I still keep it. Every few months, I charge it, turn it on, go online for a few hours and then turn it off for another few months.
Re: . by Mrluv(m): 4:10pm On Mar 08, 2016
chrismex:






yea I do e6 Nokia whatassp me 08135278603 Chris by name
how much and where do u stay

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