" 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 .
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.
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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