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Though Nokia (NOK) investors are focused on the pending launch of the company's Windows Phone...

Though Nokia (NOK) investors are focused on the pending launch of the company's Windows Phone (MSFT) devices, Tero Kuittinen thinks the current mishandling of its Symbian lineup could do plenty of near-term damage. Much like RIMM's latest Bold models, he sees Nokia's latest Symbian gear as priced too high, and arriving too late.
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  • Yokyok
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    and if you think that's bad news.. just wait until the wp phones nobody wants show up
    22 Sep 2011, 04:05 PM Reply Like
  • TaiMega
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    People who have used NOKIA devices, even recently, will tell you about the quality and attention to detail. NOKIA hardware trumps all other hardware easily. Combine this hardware with windows software and we will have a winner. The I-Phone, like all I-products, are over priced gimmicks, that's why a new one comes out every year, the hardware doesn't last, even after encasing it into a coffin like holder.
    What NOKIA has to pay attention to is its current line of devices, and make sure they are properly supported.
    Long term, NOKIA can turn this around.
    23 Sep 2011, 02:18 PM Reply Like
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