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How Nokia Must Fight Back In U.S.
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ANON1237925156805
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10/27/2011 | 7:19:19 PM
re: How Nokia Must Fight Back In U.S.
At this point with other mfrs lukewarm to the Win Mo 7 platform, the Nokia partnership is the only way to generate heat and light. That won't happen unless they knock one out of the park, and neither of these models will get past the infield. I realize that these phones were rushed to market to meet the holiday deadline and show a seriousness of purpose. They maybe have one more chance to really nail it; preferably we see something new in Q1 of 2012 with the features that you mentioned and something unique. One killer phone can perhaps do it. Else I'd say that the game is over.
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10/27/2011 | 6:27:45 PM
re: How Nokia Must Fight Back In U.S.
I've been holding out (hope) for awhile now that Nokia will deliver something competitive to the Android and iPhone devices. The recent product announcements have done nothing to convince me to buy one of these devices. They are weak by comparison (featurewise) and I will, therefore, not purchase one because of it. I'll continue holding out for a short while longer and see what they come up with. But, it better be good. And, it better happen before the iPhone 5 comes out or I'm going in that direction. I really do want a Windows Phone 7 device but it must be competitive feature for feature with the current market leaders... The clock is ticking.


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