In an interview on Finnish television, Nokia CEO Stephen Elop, in response to a question about the Nokia Lumia 928
, said that, "there is so much good work ahead. I mean some of the beautiful phones still ahead we’re so excited about
." Elop pointed out how Nokia smartphones are well known for their beautiful designs
and the photography produced by the camera
on Nokia phones. The executive said that future models will exaggerate both of those features and take them to higher and higher levels.
In what is good news for the Finnish handset manufacturer, Elop said Nokia will sell more phones on a sequential basis in the first quarter compared to the fourth quarter of last year. "Now we’re starting with a brand new set of products, we’re starting with low numbers but I like that Q4 was more than Q3 and I want to keep growing that and taking that to a higher and higher amount
," said the CEO.
Elop also vocalized his goal for Nokia to beat Apple and Samsung by innovating. The innovation on the Nokia Lumia 920 includes the amazing low-light picture taking capabilities on the phone
along with the great viewing angles that allow you to view the screen even under bright sunlight. He also pointed out how Nokia Lumia 920
users can control the screen even while wearing gloves.
The interview did have a funny moment when the interviewer kept pressing Elop on the Nokia Lumia 928 and the CEO had to dodge the question
since the phone has yet to be announced.
"Well the reason we believe that is we believe we can effectively compete with those other products by emphasizing the consumer experiences, the capabilities of these devices that are better than anything else. So with the 920 when we introduced that and said, ‘boy you can take pictures in a dark room, you can see and use the bright display under the bright Finnish sunlight that we’ve been enjoying over the past few days, I can control the screen with my glove on, and on and on and on’ if we focus on that great innovation, that Nokia is so good at and if we get that into our products then we will improve it."-Stephen Elop, CEO, Nokia
source: Hjalliksen Kanssa