For several weeks, the experts on this and other servers compete in the condemned are still the largest mobile phone manufacturer in the world for a series of bad management decisions. Nokia do not use personally, but I would like to defend it here.
What is Written to the dear audience, I suppose, well known, bet on Nokia Windows Phone 7 from Microsoft. Yes, the system that nobody uses, wants, no interest, it is not an application is user unfriendly and "tile" GUI seems at least as a blunder.Unfortunately, the Finnish manufacturer has no WP 7 phone imagined and has to happen sometime in late October 2011. So far, only spewing except "friggin 'phone devices with Symbian incarnations technically backward, which had technically fall behind - after all, also because of their poor managerial decisions. The idea that Nokia, as though still huge, but declining mobile phone manufacturer shall "supertelefony" with WP7, which nobody wants, in this light may seem far-fetched - and so many experts and fraudulent "analysts" foreshadow the end of the Finnish mobile dream, even the markets no longer believe ...But I do not think so. WP7 is indeed an exotic operating system, but its exoticism is great work that has few users and it is in many ways misunderstood. His basic philosophy of control is not understood by current users of Symbian, Android or iOS, because it is not copied, but it is new. Distribution system to the application it is, however, much closer to Apple's philosophy than anything else and is in stark contrast with the tradition of Microsoft. All this makes him a kind hybrid. WP7 Ale is also very sophisticated mobile operating system, with a huge tradition and foundations in previous versions of Windows Mobile. The manufacturer has vast experience in this area, and Nokia has again - as one of the commentators correctly pointed out - a great tradition of sophisticated engineered products that are not sexy, but they work.
The combination of both is unpredictable. It can equally uninteresting vyplodit product with lots of features, but without a soul, a brilliant synergistic blockbuster, which gives the cold Finnish hardware to warm the soul, and do so in a form that is immediately acceptable to both individuals and corporate customers. Depending on how Nokia giving the time, and skepticism by critics begin to increasingly think that is more likely the latter. In any case, I would still discard Nokia shares.