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Poll: best products of 2010

Adam Fraser Published by Adam Fraser Wed, Dec 22

Poll: best products of 2010

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Adam Fraser Published by Adam Fraser Wed, Dec 22

GLOBAL – It’s that time of year again, where we take a look at everything announced over the past 12 months and round them all up in one place. It’s been a busy year for us at Conversations, as we’ve brought you news of more than 20 device launches, as well as other Nokia news. Help us find out what’s been the Best product announcement from 2010, with a poll.

Try to cast your mind back, if you can, over the string of product launches we’ve had here over the past year. The truth is, you probably can’t remember all of them. Neither can we. To make things easier, you’ll find below a short reminder of some of the key devices that we’ve brought to your attention over the year. At the end of the refresher, we’d like you to take a poll to tell us what’s been the Best product announcement from 2010. If you can’t remember the devices, you can click the name of the device in the poll and you’ll be taken to our announcement story.

Our first new product news came thanks to the Nokia X6 16 GB, bringing all the great features of it’s bigger brother, only with less storage space and no Comes With Music.

The first new QWERTY devices of the year emerged, in the forms of the Nokia C3, the Nokia C6 and the Nokia E5. Showing that Nokia are still keen to not only bring us touch screens, but a range a variety of different form factors including the ever popular QWERTY device.

The Nokia N8 showed its shiny, polished face way back in April, boasting a 12-megapixel camera and HDMI output, all powered by Symbian^3 making it the first of its kind to hit the market. With over 800 comments, nearly 550 tweets and four thousand Facebook likes, it’s been one of our most popular posts.

Nokia’s first dual SIM handset emerged mid year, the Nokia C2 is predominantly targeted to the developing world to make it easier for people to communicate, in environments when it’s not always easy to do so.

Still appealing to a variety of tastes, Nokia release the uniquely-designed Nokia X5-01. With a full QWERTY keyboard that slides out, 5-megapixel camera, support for all the major Instant Messaging services and easy access to the most common networking sites.

Nokia World this year was a great event, we saw the announcements of the Nokia E7, Nokia C6-01 and the Nokia C7. All of these devices ship with Symbian^3 for improved performance and usability.

Now on to the important bit. Here’s where you let us know what the best device of the entire year has been. So start voting, now.

Thanks for taking part and casting your vote. We can’t wait to see what comes out on top. Don’t forget to leave any comments in the box below.

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