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Nokia aims to be the world leader in mobility, manufacturing cell phones and offering mobile Internet services.
Nokia isn't nearly as fast on tech as some of the other big players like Samsung, HTC, Apple, and Motorola. I love my Nokia phone and I expect there will be fans who stick with them through the transition to Windows phone software, but I don't see what they can possibly do to distinguish themselves positively from the aforementioned phone companies. Unless they have a price point to die for, I think they're a sinking ship.
Samsung is completely unkown to the West.....people think they just build mobie phones, Pads, and TVs. Samsung has Medical centers, Biotechnology Companies, Invest in ver good companies in Israel, and viedoe stram movies in Spain and in the UK:samsungmovies.es
I'm betting on both Nokia and Microsoft to have a very good year. The new Lumia phone has gotten rave reviews from the people who bought them, and the new Windows operating system has taken a page from Apple and made it a seamless transition from your smartphone to your tablet or laptop. It may take awhile to catch on, but as Toyota proved 2 decades ago, the key to success is to build something people like at an affordable price, then wait for the public to notice.
Andao, I agree with you. Time to bail if you are on this ship.
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