Tuesday, February 15, 2011

5 Nokia Future Gambling

Nokia admitted being pressured right throe left by our competitors. Finnish vendor is also predicted would make major changes to try to maintain its position as market leader. Here are 5 rumors of betting on the future of Nokia, quoted from PCMag, Friday (11/2/2/2011):

1. Nokia Partners with Microsoft to Create Mobile WP7

Rumor is called accurate for several reasons. First, Symbian has begun to lose the spurs in the realm of smartphones and OS MeeGo not yet ready to be launched. Then, Stephen Elop, CEO of Nokia right now is former Microsoft people. In addition, the Windows platform is expected to help Nokia Phone 7 raise the reputation in the United States market, the latter continues to decline.

2. Nokia remodel Range management

Nokia is expected to make drastic step in to boost their business performance in the mobile industry. Ie, to revamp the ranks of high officials. That said, officials are going to leave or deposed from the Finnish company is not just one, but several people.

3. Nokia Cancels Smartphone MeeGo

MeeGo originally expected to be a secret weapon Nokia against Android or iPhone. But reportedly, the launch of the first mobile phone-based MeeGo canceled by Nokia. Allegedly, Nokia considers the population of mobile OS's too much that they consider to hold the OS that already exist.

4. Nokia will Opens Headquarters in the United States of America Technology Center

Nokia reportedly will open smartphone development headquarters in Silicon Valley, central United States technology companies. If it is true they took WP 7, the placement of a number of executives in the U.S. Nokia is considered reasonable to facilitate the collaboration with Microsoft.

5. Nokia will Start to Make Android Devices

Rumor is considered difficult to happen, but technically possible. If Nokia desperately looking for a partner the new OS, Android might eventually they wear. But it seems this will not happen any time soon after a Google executive gave a strong indication that Nokia will use WP 7.

Vic Gundotra, Google's vice president, recently post a tweet that says 'two turkeys will not be an eagle'. Tweet it when he writes busy-crowded news Nokia will use the WP7. Well, two turkeys that he believed the intention here is Nokia and Microsoft, while the eagle is the Android.

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