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Nokia Pins Smartphone Comeback on HMD Global

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Not the same Nokia


Dec 1, 2016, 10:23 PM
Nokia will never be like what it was before the days of Steven Elop, and it will certainly never be the same Nokia ever again, but I do wish them all the best. If they can make a decent entry-level Android phone for $100 or less, I will be a little impressed. I don't know if I would ever buy a Nokia ever again, after having been such a big fan and then getting punched in the guts by Elop and Microsoft, but if the conditions are right, and the timing is right, and they are still making decent products in a couple more years when I am ready for a new phone, I would like to think that I just might be open to the idea of getting a new Nokia phone.

Dec 2, 2016, 3:10 AM
Yeah, this is Nokia in name only. They should change their name to NINO instead of Nokia. It's not made by Nokia, only has their name on it. It's really too bad how two iconic brands back in the 90s are either gone or barely on life support. Nokia and Motorola were the brands everyone wanted. Then Nokia got lost along the way and became second rate once Android came about. Selling to Microsoft was a death blow. Likewise Motorola went from being a leader to barely even around anymore. Really sad. Motorola could help their business if they made phones for more than just Verizon. If they made GSM phones, they would have AT&T, T-Mobile, and the rest of the world for markets. Instead they just make a hybrid LTE/CDMA phone for the US. ...

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