• Andreas Hopf
    $NOK How it pains to see that traitor Stephen Elop on stage.
    2/24/14
    Reply (16)
    • Andreas Hopf: Feature phones, then Asha phones, various loss-makers shown, still based on Marko Ahtisaari's design. Good luck, Microsoft.
      2/24/14
    • Andreas Hopf: There are many what seems like paid claqueurs in the hall, unlike in last years.
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    • Andreas Hopf: Quite a few of the journalists seem spiteful and sarcastic. It really is a zombie show, if one considers that it does not matter anymore.
      2/24/14
    • Andreas Hopf: Elop muses how Windows Phone is growing - while showing the Android(!) Nokia X and X+ so he seems confused.
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    • joshvegas: Traitor for Nokia or MSFT? Or both now?
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    • Andreas Hopf: Most bizarre... we have the Nokia-Linie, the Nokia Asha, Nokia X and the Nokia-Lumia-Linie. Microsoft? Lumia? Nokia? What is this?
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    • Andreas Hopf: Sentiment seems to be: what on Earth was this? I feel the same. Very confusing all that Nokia-ness, with devices vanishing from EU shops.
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    • Andreas Hopf: Well, in Europe, Nokia's SP does not budge one iota. It should actually decline, as it always did on events and launches : D
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    • Dmitry Kovalchuk: Most important BBM is coming to Nokia ;-)
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    • joshvegas: mikdns, how is it good for MSFT?
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    • Andreas Hopf: Most important is that Nokia needs a strategy and CEO to match. JNPR is too big to swallow, even with the MSFT proceeds rolling in soon.
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    • Andreas Hopf: The message at MWC was chaos. No wonder, carriers and shop chains jump ship since 3rd September. Neither consumers, nor carriers, nor...
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    • Andreas Hopf: ...telco shop chains, nor NT providers know, what kind of company Nokia intends to be going forward.
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    • Pimust: Brilliant move by MS. Don't need invest developing the OS but are able compete with Google with their own services on developing markets.
      2/24/14
    • Pimust: http://bit.ly/1k2XmlU I was surpised to learn that 1/3 of Android phones don't use Google apps and services.
      2/24/14
    • Seppo Sahrakorpi: @Pimust Yep, Many Android phones are not officially Android (i.e. carry the mandatory Maps etc), and thus a major headache for Google...
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