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Nokia's at its inflexion point

ibnturab

Oct 1, 2010, 5:57 AM
If it yields good sales, then Nokia will stay on track churning up more and more symbians. If it fails to accomplish its sales goals ( which is what I think will happen), then Nokia will have to take a long hard look at the mirror and try to figure out why the number one phone manufacturer is producing high-end phones that no one wants.
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Omagus

Oct 2, 2010, 1:15 PM
ibnturab said:
If it yields good sales, then Nokia will stay on track churning up more and more symbians. If it fails to accomplish its sales goals ( which is what I think will happen), then Nokia will have to take a long hard look at the mirror and try to figure out why the number one phone manufacturer is producing high-end phones that no one wants.

And you're basing your prediction on what, exactly? Most mid to high end Symbian phones from Nokia sell VERY well everywhere except North America. For all the complaints about it, the N97 sold extremely well and the 5800 sold even better. Nokia has plenty of things to be concerned about but selling product is pretty low on the list of priorities.
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