Re: smartphone market, is not Microsoft strength
That's the problem I still see. A lot of people think that Nokia only made smartphones. Then they thought that the whole company was sold to Microsoft.
Nokia had four businesses, from which one was the Devices & Services division. That's the only division that was sold to Microsoft. After that, Nokia focused on its other three divisions: Nokia Networks, Nokia Technologies, and HERE (Mapping and location services). The company is known now as Nokia Networks. Last month, Nokia Networks won two awards. Nokia Networks is also buying Alcatel-Lucent. So, as you see, whatever problem with the smartphone business Microsoft has it's only a Microsoft problem. Nokia has nothing to do with that. The only problem is that the ex-Nokia exmployees who were transfered to Microsoft are now all losing their jobs. Buut that is also a Microsoft problem. -Susan