Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 10th Jan 2013 17:10 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless Nokia has just sent out a few preliminary comments about the company's performance during the fourth quarter of 2012. Nokia's figures are a good indicator for how well Windows Phone 8 is doing, and, in all honesty, I'm not exactly blown away. Apparently, neither was Nokia itself, since the company decided to redefine their Asha phones from feature phone to smartphone to prop up their smartphone sales figures.
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RE[5]: Comment by shmerl
by Nelson on Thu 10th Jan 2013 21:08 UTC in reply to "RE[4]: Comment by shmerl"
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I read it, but what does me calling him wrong (which he admits) have to do with anything?

I'm not an analyst, I didn't make wild Windows Phone predictions, so I'm certainly not who he's speaking to when he calls others off base (And others being off base doesn't conveniently make him right, he was still off, because he sees everything through Nokia-hater colored glasses).

He's right, he overestimated the speed of the collapse of Symbian, and these things are notoriously hard to estimate, but he also underestimated Lumia sales this quarter. Which is all I said.

Basically what he did was admit he was wrong, go off on a tangent about how others were more wrong, and then spout of instances where he's been wrong again, and some where he's been right, and somewhere, in that convoluted torture of logic, he comes out to say he's the most spot-on Nokia analyst around.

Congrats, Tomi; you're the least stupid out of a band of stupid people.

The key difference is that others aren't as blatant a douchebag as Tomi is. I feel like his analysis would be insightful if he didn't muddy it with his irrational hatred towards Nokia. His tirades against Stephen Elop are so off base its disgusting.

I think he is laughed at by everyone except some people at OSNews who consider him a God.

Edited 2013-01-10 21:08 UTC

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