Linked by nej_simon on Wed 4th Jul 2012 22:05 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless The only MeeGo device to ever be released, the Nokia N9, has been updated to MeeGo/Harmattan 1.3. Among the improvements are improved performance, updated applications, improved NFC support, improved copy/paste, and more. In other news, the team behind MeeGo and Maemo is now leaving Nokia, probably making this the last update for the N9.
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RE[4]: Comment by ichi
by zima on Thu 5th Jul 2012 12:19 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Comment by ichi"
zima
Member since:
2005-07-06

The Pureview was never supposed to appear in markets like the US.

And any experience with it will probably mostly just turn more people away from Nokia... (like the 5800 generation of "modern touchscreen phones" most famously did)

The ecosystem is dead already. Partners and the horde of developers left. Elop killed it. Symbian is losing rapidly what is why Nokia is moving so fast down cause they killed there work horse, there cash cow, the product that made them to the marked-leader and was the mobile OS #1 when Elop took over and killed it.

The ecosystem was dead before Elop, comparably to the platforms which took over. It was losing rapidly before Elop. BTW, it never had more than 20-something % of what Nokia sold - so no, it's not solely responsible for their downward spiral, it wasn't their "work horse, there cash cow, the product that made them to the marked-leader and was the mobile OS #1"

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RE[5]: Comment by ichi
by cdude on Thu 5th Jul 2012 13:53 in reply to "RE[4]: Comment by ichi"
cdude Member since:
2008-09-21

never had more than 20-something % of what Nokia sold


Dude, world-wide I tell ya!
http://c2499022.cdn.cloudfiles.rackspacecloud.com/wp-content/upload...

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RE[6]: Comment by ichi
by zima on Thu 5th Jul 2012 14:02 in reply to "RE[5]: Comment by ichi"
zima Member since:
2005-07-06

Ah, so you can't see the difference between "smartphone" and "phone", good to know ...the latter is what kept (and keeps) Nokia afloat.

(plus, the chart you linked is about completely different thing than the total sales of Nokia and segmentation within them)

Edited 2012-07-05 14:13 UTC

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