Dear Nokia team,
Please be informed that we have waiting so long time for get firmware update to PR2.0 like your promise in so many website.
While the PINK N8 now available in the market with PR 2.0 and C7 Astound also available PR 2.0 I think the update for the rest N8 which available in market with your customer should be ready in very soon (maximum end of MAY 2011). Please reconsider this issue since as I know for any other company like Apple, Samsung, Sony, HTC , etc they try their best to get their customer satisfied of their product (not like nokia make their customer waiting so long to have for Firmware UPDATE).
10-05-2011 19:04 - last edited on 11-05-2011 13:25 by viang
Look at Andriod how fast it is rowling its updates (and provide them the day they are announced). Learn from them! Or are the developers getting lazy? Like employees without strict boss (no offense)
And finally since Microsoft bought skype could u guys give some pressure to skype to make a video call capable skype app for symbian? i believe that not much of us use the front facing camera to make network based video calls.
I am pretty sure i am not the only one desperately waiting for the updates. I may be just a customer for u guys but i have worked hard to earn the $$$s in order to buy my n8.
11-05-2011 3:33 - last edited on 11-05-2011 13:34 by viang
I have a post was edited by Nokia staff just after several hours of posting in this forum. People here are asking for PR2 (or Anna) for their phone.
11-05-2011 11:40 - last edited on 11-05-2011 14:17 by viang
NOKIA is testing our honest fans patience!
What a long waiting!
Still get some information without any acurate release-date!
What the skyee saying,
i think means we have to still wait for at least 1 month or more!
cause no official news,no closer release date!
11-05-2011 14:12 - last edited on 11-05-2011 14:22 by viang
We are still working on it. We will inform you officially about release dates closer to the launch.
(Nokia Software Update Promotions Manager and involved in the Symbian Anna launch)
Thanks for th update Skyee. I will wait for you to post an official notice on it's release.
11-05-2011 15:59 - last edited on 11-05-2011 16:04 by zipper22
Deleted my post.
Moderator Note: Language edited. Please show some respect towards other users of this public forum.
Suppose you were part of the software team developing this major update. The guys from Corporate and Marketing are demanding you get it finished quickly, and your Customers are constantly posting about how they want/need it.
Further suppose that you need to go through a testing period, to make sure that there are no major bugs, and that people who install it won't have problems. This takes a long time, and as you create a collection of these bugs (they're inevitable) you have people start to correct the code.
Let's say you get all the really nasty bugs taken care of, but there is still that never-ending list of newly discovered bugs. What do you do? Do you tell everyone to wait while you continue to improve your new software (and get people who demand it NOW upset at the delay) or do you release it anyway, and then get to deal with people having problems?
I don't have an answer for the above, but I think I'd rather wait for somethng less likely to have any major problems.
The only other alternative would be to release it as a "beta product" for people to test, but that's a big responsibility - if the new software proves to be too buggy, you need to be able to tell people how to go back to the way things were before they installed it.
There's no easy answer, and the people best qualified to decide the timing for any of this are those very same people developing the code. ....just my opinion on all this.
12-05-2011 3:19 - edited 12-05-2011 3:23
Hello Nokia Mods (viang & zipper22..Etc),
You may see lot of customers are losing hope and pacience. Every day you guys keep deleting, editing & modifying the posts. Nokia should really work hard and provide best solution to the customers. Couple of years back Nokia was the best in the Mobile phone Market. .
Skyee--------- Customers are looking for Best updates (In acceptable amount of time). They want transformation of look, feel, stable & featured software update. Too much of waiting is also more danger of losing customers & they would never be back. Customers when they see other phones with best interface & features they tend to dump the present one and opt for others.
Please provide solution as early as possible.
Respect? What is meant by Respect? I belive in "Do Respect and have Respect". Do Nokia Respect their customers? whenever a post is made you guys delete or edit that, and after that you ask customers to show respect? What kind of Respect Nokia is showing in public forum
We haven't borrowed phones neither you have given us as a gift, We have paid for phones. its our right to ask what we need and crticize, YOU SHOULD RESPECT (CUTOMERS) US.
i dont think nokia will do anythink with thir relese with : push mail, that in every symbina ^3 nokia dont work very well, like in e71, with the app and system errors that appears and dont let us install nothing in this phones, even from ovistore, with the conenction manager that make us lose a lot of money, with all the respekt, nokia i s dead, sayed from me that am honest to nokia from nokia 3210 to e7 this is true, trust me, if any one from the developers can say something diferent from this, please talk now
I am very sure Nokia will not come out with an update, why would they. Symbian team is gone now and Symbian is not a priority for Nokia.
I am sure Nokia will have Windows update for N8, instead of Symbian PR2.0
I think you mean they couldn't put the current version of Windows Phone 7 on a N8; I don't doubt that this is true.
Even if hypothetically, it could be done, why would anyone want a phone like this (http://www.yortondotnet.com/2011/03/windows-phone-
I'm pretty sure that within a year or two, there will be some form of "Windows" running on a phone that more or less looks like the N8 - Nokia will make the required changes to both hardware and software (and hopefully improve on the usefulness of the OS). I suspect that comparing this new version of the phone to the current N8 will be similarr to comparing PC Suite to OVI Suite - they will come up with something that has far less power for serious users, and instead has far more "glitz" for Nokia's vision of the younger generation.
I don't know if I'm typical or not, but I prefer something that does all the great things the current N8 does. To me, "form follows function", and Nokia needs to concentrate on function, as they have in the past obviously. Once they've got the function working, they can try to fir it into a "form" to allow them to sell a larger number of phones.
(From what I've read so far, the new PR2 Anna upgrade for the N8 will improve BOTH the "form" and the "function". The phone may still be difficult to learn, but so is a Nikon D3x. Once you take the time to learn the capabilities, only then do you start to appreciate how much better it is than lesser phones.)