Sources told the New York Times that Nokia was developing a Lumia Android. Better Terminal worked indeed. The acquisition of the mobile branch of the Microsoft enterprise project ended this adventure that could lead to some very interesting devices. Stephen Elop, the former CEO of Nokia, however, had said after the signing of the “strategic partnership” with the editor of Windows Phone, Android had been removed from the final choice. The pretender Steve Ballmer had explained that Nokia had less chance to distinguish themselves from the competition (read: Samsung) if using Android. Continue reading Nokia Lumia developing for Android
Nokia has announced its financial results for the third quarter of 2012. Total losses of the company amounted to 576 million euros, or about 754 million dollars.
The company also announced that net sales for the third quarter of 2012 amounted to 7.2 billion euros, or 9.4 billion dollars. The Finnish giant has shared data on how many managed to sell a line of smartphones Lumia. Continue reading Nokia today announced financial results the third quarter
It’s no secret that the company Nokia has long been hiding from his client in the real situation of the company. We often hear from Stephen Elop (Stephen Elop) false sales data, the constant promises and inappropriate positive note, where there are none. But this time the management of Nokia is so grossly exaggerated their achievements, that it is possible to devote an entire news.
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