Nokia aims at regain market share, but may trigger price war.
Sources told Reuters that, Nokia is going to impose price cut for as much as 15 percent for several Symbian models, including Nokia N8, C7, and E6. Other price cuts were smaller, but considering the scale of the price cut, Nokia looks very desperate on keeping up the pace. ...<Read more>
The mobile giant corporation, Nokia, once owned more than half of the global smart phone market. Recently, however, they have taken major hits in sales, as competitors have entered, and outshone Nokia, in the production of smartphones. With Apple's iPhone, Google's Andriod, and Research in Motion's Blackberry, Nokia is falling far behind in the smart phone business. Recently they announced that they will be letting go of 4,000 employees, and transferring another 3,000 to Accenture....<Read more>
It can be frustrating to purchase a new technology device because several months later the market will bring out something newer and better. This is true when you are deciding to purchase a smartphone as well.
When Windows Phone 7 arrived on the scene industry experts thought this would be the next big thing for portable devices. The company hasn’t built up their apps as quickly as users would like and the Windows Phone 7 hasn’t made the impact experts predicted.
The Symbian system that Nokia users have access to is affordable and stable. The company is planning a move to Windows Phone 7 and owners who prefer Symbian won’t be pleased.
Apple’s iPhone 4 is a good smartphone, but is not powerful enough for 3GS users to upgrade. The company will be launching the iPhone 5 in the next few months, so consumers who are in the market for a new smartphone would be wise to wait....<Read more>
The phenomenal growth of smart phones in recent time comes from many factors. The software platform is among the key ones. A good platform is one that developers are willing to develop apps upon it and find it efficiently to do so. Then, a high level of satisfaction needs to be maintained in the distribution of the apps so that both developers and users will keep developing and downloading the apps....<Read more>