Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 1st Feb 2012 22:24 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless How many N9's did Nokia sell, and how many Lumias did Nokia sell? It's an interesting thing to ponder, because estimates by Tomi T. Ahonen seem to indicate that, despite decidedly undermarketing the thing, the N9 faired considerably better in the marketplace than the Lumia did.
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by Hiev on Thu 2nd Feb 2012 02:05 UTC
Hiev
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2005-09-27

There is no room for pride on bussines, Samsung swallowed its pride and took Android over bada, results? Samsung grows big in the smart phone market.

RIM, says no to Android, results? big crisis.

Nokia says no to Android, results? I would be surprised is the company last for another two years.

HP says no to Android, results? You know the results better than anyone.

HTC, Motorola says yes to Android, results? They are better positioned that the other mentioned in the smart phone area.

If Nokia would have choosed Android and emerge with a great hardware and reliable updates, it would be the king of smarth phones.

There is still room for improvement in the Android eco system, it needs better and smoother experience, the vendor that can acomplish that part it will be definitively the new king a long with Apple.

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by shmerl on Thu 2nd Feb 2012 06:41 in reply to "..."
shmerl Member since:
2010-06-08

Android is not the final chapter in computing.

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by Sauron on Thu 2nd Feb 2012 07:38 in reply to "RE: ..."
Sauron Member since:
2005-08-02

Bugger Android. Bring back Meego and keep it current!

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by zima on Wed 8th Feb 2012 23:53 in reply to "..."
zima Member since:
2005-07-06

Motorola says yes to Android, results? They are better positioned that the other mentioned in the smart phone area.

That is a quite... relative thing to say. Motorola generally struggles for the last few years with profitability, their share is sinking, they withdrew from most markets they had presence in.

And they probably forced Google a bit into buying them for such high price (Moto CEO publicly wondered if they should start suing other Android makers over patents, or maybe adopt WP7, when talks with Google were surely ongoing)

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