2012-09-16 21:05 - edited 2012-09-16 21:07
Well, reading this was a real disappointment. Even after reading everyone's posts saying that they would like wireless connectivity for their nokia devices, and with nokia still replying pointblank that they have no intentions of doing so, I can safely assume Nokia is not really "user 'friendly'". With crusing competition from other smartphones, nokia still lies on it's butt doing nothing about the most basic of user needs.
There is no logical, even illogical, explanation as to why this hasn't been implemented yet. If you are planning of a 'surprise release' for this, then half your awaiting users have changed phones. And once shifted to android, they are not coming back as symbian is a million miles behind.
So I make this question more specific; instead of asking if you are ever going to have wireless connectivity, I ask if you will have wireless connectivity, not researched, but already released, 30 days from now. I honestly don't have any reason of sticking to nokia anymore. So any reason apart from a yes, and delevering on that promise will make it easier for many of us to simply shift. Even a non-answer would give me enough reason to believe that Nokia plans on just dying out.
Hoping for a reply.
A Nokia User
Im all up for a Nokia Suite with wifi sync, it doesn't have to sync videos or music or any large files just email, calendar and contacts.