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Nokia isn't even a relevant company anymore...

bluecoyote

Jan 4, 2010, 1:19 PM
Nokia isn't relevant to the world of mobile devices anymore. They need to croak and stop leaching off of the intellectual property of capitalist companies.
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evrodude

Jan 4, 2010, 1:33 PM
Nokia products are far more superior than Motorola, HTC, Sony, Samsung, Pantech, and Crapple. They are still very strong in Europe. Check your facts first. Thank you.
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jhr2112

Jan 4, 2010, 1:56 PM
I agree that Nokia is strong in Europe, but owning a shop that repairs all brands of cell phones, Nokia, Pantech and iphone are 3 brands we get in for repair the most. The least HTC, Blackberry and Sanyo..
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jhr2112

Jan 4, 2010, 1:36 PM
They are still #2 in sales world wide so you are grossly uninformed. Nokia phones sold in Europe are very advanced but they don't make cdma phones, the dominant system in the US so their sales are limited here..
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Jayshmay

Jan 4, 2010, 1:55 PM
I think Verizon has 1 Nokia phone.
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jhr2112

Jan 4, 2010, 2:06 PM
They don't anymore. There was a company making cdma phones for Nokia for use on Verizon and Sprint but no longer...just asked my Verizon rep..
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evrodude

Jan 4, 2010, 2:37 PM
But Verizon's web site still lists 3 Nokia phones available
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bluecoyote

Jan 4, 2010, 4:10 PM
Nokia doesn't develop its own CDMA phones, they are re-badged Pantechs.
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bluecoyote

Jan 4, 2010, 4:20 PM
Nokia's #2 in sales only by cheap disposable handsets- in other words, trash markets. They're the new Everex.

Their marketshare of smartphones is sliding into oblivion- it has shrunk faster than Windows Mobile and Palm (both dead OS's.) . All thoughout the world Nokia's smartphone OS share is shrinking about as fast as possible.

Their platforms are all abysmal failures critically and commercially.

Their profitability is plunging as well.
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adilus

Jan 4, 2010, 7:34 PM
bluecoyote said:
Nokia's #2 in sales only by cheap disposable handsets- in other words, trash markets. They're the new Everex.

Their marketshare of smartphones is sliding into oblivion- it has shrunk faster than Windows Mobile and Palm (both dead OS's.) . All thoughout the world Nokia's smartphone OS share is shrinking about as fast as possible.

Their platforms are all abysmal failures critically and commercially.

Their profitability is plunging as well.



FAIL FAIL FAIL

The Symbian OS is the 2nd most developed for operating system behind Microsoft Windows XP/7. And is the leading Smartphone OS in the world.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Symbian_OS »
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bluecoyote

Jan 5, 2010, 4:45 AM
Let's talk about Fail:

Symbian's market share down 47%.

Source:
http://mobiledevdesign.com/software_news/symbian-los ... »
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adilus

Jan 5, 2010, 7:09 AM
bluecoyote said:
Let's talk about Fail:

Symbian's market share down 47%.

Source:
http://mobiledevdesign.com/software_news/symbian-los ... »


Yeah, 47% of the WORLD. Try harder... if you can.
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adilus

Jan 4, 2010, 2:55 PM
bluecoyote said:
Nokia isn't relevant to the world of mobile devices anymore. They need to croak and stop leaching off of the intellectual property of capitalist companies.



FAIL

Nokia & Ericsson developed GSM.

Nokia developed the protocol for TDMA to GSM handoff.

Nokia developed the GPRS protocol.

Nokia developed MMS & SMS.

Nokia (with Ericsson & Siemens) is basically the father of the GSM Protocol. Without Nokia we wouldn't have cell phones period.

Dumb dumb kids.


Every single GSM company leaches off of Nokia's Research & Development.


You should really follow the age old adage that unless you know, shutup.
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adilus

Jan 4, 2010, 3:15 PM
http://www.engadget.com/2009/10/29/nokia-vs-apple-th ... »


Nokia has over 11,000 patents related to GSM & cell phone technology.
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bluecoyote

Jan 4, 2010, 4:12 PM
GSM only became an accepted standard because the European Gov't didn't want a U.S. based wireless standard (Qualcomm's CDMA) despite its advantages.

3G service (HSDPA/WCDMA) is Qualcomm's technology.
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adilus

Jan 4, 2010, 7:30 PM
bluecoyote said:
GSM only became an accepted standard because the European Gov't didn't want a U.S. based wireless standard (Qualcomm's CDMA) despite its advantages.

3G service (HSDPA/WCDMA) is Qualcomm's technology.



Again FAIL.

Do you even know anything about GSM?

Read this young buck:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GSM »


As for WCDMA, this was developed by NTT DoMoCoMo

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/W-CDMA »

You should really stop posting because you aren't that smart.
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bluecoyote

Jan 5, 2010, 12:23 AM
It's the technology used on their network, they didn't invent it.


DUHHHHH

Look don't even bother posting just go back to using your Tracfone.
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adilus

Jan 5, 2010, 7:08 AM
Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing
Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes



Blue, I realise your taking the piss so lets try this again.
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murmermer

Jan 8, 2010, 1:23 PM
adilus is a total deuche
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Versed

Jan 4, 2010, 4:50 PM
Actually Motorola developed the mobile phone or bought the technology for it, they were first with AMPS, all others you're correct.
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Versed

Jan 4, 2010, 4:53 PM
Actually the EU had european mobile companies develop gsm, the two biggest were Nokia and Ericsson. And I guess Siemans in that time. These were open source technologies.

Nokia makes some real sweet phone but as of late they haven't done much, outside of the N900.
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Menno

Jan 5, 2010, 12:59 PM
http://mobiledevdesign.com/software_news/symbian-los ... »

What do we learn from this?

Nokia controls 47.1% of the market in smartphones
Rim (another company you don't like) controls 19.5
WINMO gets 12.4%
APPLE gets 10.7
While Linux (including android) 8.4%
Palm was .9%

Ok.. so 1 company controls more of the market than the next 4 competitors and they are no longer relevant? Yes, they used to control 60%+ but what happened in 2008-2009?
-1 RIM did something, because they went from 10% to almost 20% (aka, they got most of the market share Nokia "lost")

-Apple was released in several new markets, which allowed them to "gain" 5% of the market.

-Android, a totally new, user friendly version of Linux-base...
(continues)
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