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Discussion in 'Apple, Inc and Tech Industry' started by rdowns, Jan 26, 2012.
Ouch! makes RIM look almost healthy.
Nokia Posts $1.38 Billion Loss in Fourth Quarter
But weren't they expecting such a rough go of it as they transition over to wp7?
As the article states, they're no out of the wood yet but they seem to be pointed in the right direction.
The only real question is this: will consumers embrace nokia/wp7 phones or is it too late because of iOS and android
Yeah and based on the stock going up the investors knew that and the flagship device is going to be moving into more markets so sales should go up.
I hope they bounce back. No-one was predicting a quick recovery, it'll take time now to eat their way into the marketshare.
If Microsoft and Nokia played their cards right, they could edge into the enterprise more as RIM falters. Its an opportunity that MS could exploit as many enterprises use MS enterprise solutions.
While I really like the Windows Phone interface I think they need to make it a little less bright if they want to go after this market.