Nokia To Expand US Lineup
Jan 28, 2005, 5:39 PM by (staff)
Nokia is making a commitment to renew their US phone line-up in order to regain market share that has recently trickled away. While reviewing fourth quarter results, CEO Jorma Ollila admitted a weak selection of CDMA models and other holes in the company's portfolio have hurt its position in North America. U.S. Subscribers should see a more diverse selection from Nokia including customized models for certain carriers, according to a company spokesman. In addition to new form factors and features, the CDMA line up will eventually include EV-DO models as well, despite Nokia's earlier resistance to the technology.
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phonescoopjunkie said:And what would be wrong with that? It IS a flip design...something new to Nokia.
The first phone they come out with will be a CDMA version of that rockin' nokia 2651!
thats something to be excited about
mixtronic said:I think this is what they're aiming for.
nokia keeps doing the same thing...releasing weird looking candy bar style phones. why cant they release a clamshell, slide or swivel in the US?
They promise this every year