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Nokia Trades Windows Phone Innovation For Speed
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Aden11
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Aden11,
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10/26/2011 | 2:22:13 PM
re: Nokia Trades Windows Phone Innovation For Speed
Eric: Much better article then silly comparison of iOS vs Andriod.
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EVVJSK,
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10/26/2011 | 2:20:51 PM
re: Nokia Trades Windows Phone Innovation For Speed
These phones won't be released in the U.S. by the Holidays, so effectively Nokia has missed a significant Holiday sales opportunity. With the fact that they have also essentially abandoned Symbian devices in the U.S., Nokia isn't getting U.S. sales from either old or new platform. Results, lots of missed opportunities.


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