More and more people wanted Mobile Computers instead of iPhone-like Media Phones, says Nokia

There was a poll conducted by Nokia last week and the poll results were just revealed earlier today and guess what, the results should give you a big surprise! That is if you’re a geek that all this while had been given the impression that Android-powered smartphones are the coolest mobile devices on the planet. What is so surprising about the poll results? Read on to find out.

More and more people wanted mobile computers instead of iPhone-like media phones, says Nokia

Alright, here’s the big surprise!

Mobile Computers vs Media Phones

As you can see from the above screenshot, most poll participants wanted Nokia to build some kind of mobile computers or media phones on the next Meego-powered devices. Even though the poll results indicated that Mobile Computers and Media Phones shared the same results, Nokia later clarified that the poll winner is actually Mobile Computers. Media Phones came in second and Tablets a distant third.

I only have one problem with the poll results. We already have plenty of cool netbooks that are pushing the boundaries of mobile computing and some of them are really light and small; so why in the world do we need some other forms of mobile computing?! How much smaller can mobile computers get?!

Please don’t push the boundary too much for I believe that most of us are happy with what we already have.

Via Nokia Conversations
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