Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 25th Jan 2013 14:20 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless Buried deep within Nokia's press release about its financial results, there's a line that pretty much signals the end of one of the most popular and successful mobile operating systems in history. With Nokia retiring its use, Symbian is no more.
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RE[3]: Right
by Nelson on Fri 25th Jan 2013 20:55 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Right"
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They're labeled Smart Phones but counted as Mobile Devices. Else, they would've shown the 9.3 million Asha Touch phones as part of the 6.6 million (4.4 Lumia, 2.2 Symbian)

A combination of Series 40 and Lumia devices will save Nokia.

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RE[4]: Right
by judgen on Sat 26th Jan 2013 05:09 in reply to "RE[3]: Right"
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Lumia is still jst a moneyhole for nokia, but i hope you are right.

If that company came down and microsoft got to buy the patents, it would ruin the free market and competition would fizzle out once more, just like it did on the PC.

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RE[5]: Right
by cdude on Sat 26th Jan 2013 10:23 in reply to "RE[4]: Right"
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Would make more sense from a business perspectiver to give up on Lumia and shift resources to Asha to stay competative in the low-price segment that brings in the needed money else they lose that too and what stays is the moneyhole only.

Edited 2013-01-26 10:24 UTC

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