Nokia Q3 results in the red, company trails behind Apple, Samsung in smartphone sales
1. chocolatebear76 (Posts: 122; Member since: 03 Mar 2011)
No! flash on windows phone mango?not for me then
2. SpanishDeveloper (Posts: 43; Member since: 25 Aug 2011)
I hope Nokia can make it and start selling well enough to survive.
Microsoft Windows Phone 7 OS Plattform will help a lot.
4. android_hitman (unregistered)
i think NOKIA f**ked it up with WP7, they should picked android
5. TreyTreyTaylor (Posts: 564; Member since: 21 Dec 2010)
I still love Nokia. I just really hope that they can get back on track. If they make windows phones with exclusive nokia designs and features like xpressmusic and 12mp cameras i think they'll do fine.
6. aries.phills (Posts: 140; Member since: 17 May 2011)
Sorry fellers, I don't share thesame optimism with you guys. I was a serious and a dedicated nokia fan (nokia N95, N97, N900, etc), untill last month when I tested android SGS II. I still like Nokia and I wish them a speedy recovery to the top but after having a serious affair with SGS II (which I intend to make a long lasting satisfying relationship), all I can say is, " sit up Nokia or You'll see my money no more".
7. TreyTreyTaylor (Posts: 564; Member since: 21 Dec 2010)
I came from a Nokia 5610 to a Motorola Droid two years ago. Actually the 5610 had to be replaced 3 times due to all their screens going white. Going from S40 to android 2.0 was like going from gameboy to PlayStation. While ill always remember Nokia for giving me my first phone ever (3595), I am never going back to them ever. I am loyal to Droid forever. Just thinking about where android will be in a couple years reconfirms my decision.
8. hepresearch (unregistered)
It looks as though Nokia has passed a hinge point, in some respects, in their decline, which may be good news. Although they are terribly down from 2010, the QoQ result is not nearly as bleak, and even has positive spots in it. Although I am not keen on WP, I think I am looking forward more to the rumored introduction of "Tizen" as a replacement for Series 40... I like S40, but going to something new could expand the marketing possibilities for future lower-end Nokia phones. Besides, just about everything else seems to be going for mobile Linux these days...
9. snowgator (Posts: 3448; Member since: 19 Jan 2011)
I am a WP fan, and I think long term Nokia will be fine. But I still do not see the harm on developing an existing Symbian line of phones to keep your bottom line profitable. Had Nokia said WP will be our main OS, but we will keep Symbian going, the decline the past year would not have been so sharp. Hope Nokia World gets Nokia fans excited, and maybe eases some fears.
10. gevvyd (Posts: 13; Member since: 17 Feb 2010)
Since Symbian anna is nearly released world wide and when the release of symbian belle releases also im sure sales will start to rise!!