Nokia’s Nuron has not been too popular: while heavily advertised, it has failed to make significant impact in the Ovi Store so far.
PhoneScoop now got their hands onto a sample – their final verdict was not too good for Nokia:
The Nuron uses a resistive touch screen, and suffers for it. Nokia has yet to go all out and build a great capacitive display for its handsets. The Nuron works, but anyone used to a capacitive screen will have trouble adjusting, especially because S60 5th Edition requires double presses to activate some features and menus. The overall experience is frustrating. Nokia’s competitors have been switching to capacitive displays on their mid-tier devices. I wish Nokia would hurry up already and do the same.
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