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Hopefully they will get rid of Elop soon and we can have our Nokia's running AndroidElop had said the transition would take about two years, a period that’s now over, raising questions about how much longer he has to show the company is on the right track.
“Basically, he has only the second quarter,” said Mikko Ervasti at Finnish investment banking and wealth management group Evli.
Oh geez, not that. I went into the app store the other day on my symbian phone and there were a total of about 20 apps- and 90 % of them had scantly clad women as icons.Symbian was the future!!
But 80% of a 7% windows market share brings a whole new perspective to that article.Fat chance.
Nokia rules the roost in WP with 80% of sales.
Even Forbes says WP was the best decision for Nokia - Nokia's Bet On Windows Phone Looks Like A Good One So Far.
I pity HTC. A small fish in both Android and Windows ponds. It just proves that its not your OS, it is who you are and why you are you.
HTC did that yet they are in a position that is actually worse than Nokia's (or BlackBerry's for that matter).Since they have already done so using WP7/8
Why not just give the market what it wants?
How hard is that to understand?
Their strength is (was?) their quality hardware. That's how they should have differentiated from the rest, while offering Android (alongside WP7/8) as a stopgap measure or even permanent solution, while they sort out their own OS. That would have been the sensible thing to do (for Nokia)HTC did that yet they are in a position that is actually worse than Nokia's (or BlackBerry's for that matter).
Product differentiation is what the big gun (Nokia) is going for.