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I went to Nokia n900 as Nokia failed to get the network effect with maemo. Would've loved to have had sailfish instead of android as one of our 2 dominant phone players but nice to see the phoenix at the end
No worries! Nokia support transfered over from Microsoft too, quite a good network of authorised repairers. Huawei and Xiaomi support seems to be a less afterthought of Chinese corps after taking your cash. On the other hand head office HMD is next door to Nokia Networks in Finland.
Thanks for that Sean, I've just reset his Huawei but if it freezes again we will buy the Nokia 5.1 thank you for helping me again
Any dual sim, Three & EE share most base stations, same with Voda and o2 (excludes London - Three and o2 are now in the process building out their own new London network and replacing BT connections at base stations) so it’s preferable to have one sim on each shared base station network (MBNL/Cornerstone) - forward both calls to the other sim incase of signal/issues. The x.1 Nokia range is a good bet I would say for dual sim - I would expect the new owners of Nokia brand licensing HMD Global have a good support in place for their first year or that would damage their investment of £300 million, and that was just the rights name purchase before they even spent a penny on actual Nokia mobiles! Foxconn own FiH mobile who make Xaoimi and Huawei mobiles, and R&D and make Nokia for HMD. Moto is (IMO) a dysfunctional brand of Lenovo, as it has 4 mobile brands ? You buy Motorola Mobile but don’t make it your main brand ?? Thus I expect support will be less. https://www.nokia.com/phones/en_gb/support#service book a repair online - no faff they all all have entry, mid and high end phones but service and dual sim are priorities now - even Apple went that way with esim.