Nokia's Future

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Mr. Roques
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Re: Next Move?
Mr. Roques   1/10/2013 5:12:41 PM
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Well, they have the most experience producing phones (hardware) and from what I've seen, their devices are pretty good.

The problem is that people want to have the apps that my friends have, and they either have iOS or Android. Who's going to help them when they run into trouble with Microsoft?

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Re: Nokia's Downfall
Ariella   12/4/2012 5:28:19 PM
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@Rich but does that mean "never," is the answer, or could it turn around in 5 years or less?

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Re: A fact or a wish ?
Wale Bakare   12/1/2012 1:17:54 PM
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Devil you know always better than Angel you have no knowledge about. Nokia's trust in Windows should have been limited to PC device until its OS for mobile phone gains market success, i think.

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Next Move?
Wale Bakare   12/1/2012 12:36:50 PM
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Android's market doors are slightly left ajar for Nokia not totally opened any more.  But had Nokia joined the league of Android, would it have performed better?

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Re: A fact or a wish ?
Mr. Roques   11/30/2012 4:00:57 PM
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Well, they trusted Microsoft but its clear that wont work. Nokia is not in the app world so they can go with Android and based on their experience with hardware, survive. 

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A fact or a wish ?
Nemos   11/29/2012 5:25:17 PM
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The "never" as an answer preceding (20 now) but this is because it is something so obvious (but I can't see) or it is more like a wish ? 

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Re: Tapping Into Emerging Innovatives
Nemos   11/26/2012 12:50:48 PM
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even start to lose market share experience great difficulties and aren't able to quickly recover." In addition the starting point of the recovery must be followed with new products (new technology, new ideas) otherwise it is not going to happen soon . 

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Re: Tapping Into Emerging Innovatives
Bolaji Ojo   11/26/2012 12:35:28 PM
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Wale, Nokia's market share in the smartphone market is now down to less down 10 percent and the trend is down in a section that's experiencing solid growth. The history of the mobile handset market has shown how companies that lose their grip on the No. 1 position or even start to lose market share experience great difficulties and aren't able to quickly recover. It happened to Motorola, Ericsson and now Nokia. I don't see Nokia gaining much in the next five years. It may bounce back eventually but that won't be until the Apple is spent and Samsung has tripped.

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Re: Tapping Into Emerging Innovatives
Anna young   11/26/2012 12:29:01 PM
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Wale, It sounds like you actually do "know" that Nokia isn't going to regain market share that quickly, at least not in the next two years and possibly not in the next three to five years. Perhaps after five years? I would like to change your vote to "More than Five years." :)

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Tapping Into Emerging Innovatives
Wale Bakare   11/26/2012 11:46:16 AM
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Honestly i opted for "Dont Know" but i believe strategist(s) could redirect Nokia's market share to its right path but would never come with ease.

Nokia should begin to tap fast from the emerging innovatives and its recovery may be within few years.



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