Nokia's Best-Case Scenario: GrimKevin C. Tofel
Nokia’s transition to Microsoft Windows Phone 7 software will cost Nokia far more market share and profits than it will ever gain by having dumped its Symbian operating system. So says Tomi Ahonen, a former Nokia employee turned analyst/blogger on mobile matters. In an analysis that follows last week’s news of Nokia’s tumbling market share, sales, and revenues, Ahonen goes on to discuss Nokia’s performance prior to the company’s February announcement of its partnership with Microsoft and sets expectations through 2013.
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