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February 14, 2011


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That the Board could not obviously accept.

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6 Billion dollars - that number is not available for those who design market size is under 3 Billion dollars - but it is growing strongly.


And very likely a candidate would suggest killing off the low cost handset business, and perhaps even to move out of Finland most of the design work in handsets (neither of which Elop has done).


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So here I am thinking, would Nokia get cuts on revenue generated from searches originating from Nokia Windows Phones? Because if this is the case Microsoft really has a proposition here.


So be warned. This blog article is one of the longest I've written, it runs well in me give you the top-line view here. This is how I see the Nokia smartphone market shares, average sales prices and revenues develop in this year 2011.


I was too optimistic over the weekend. It is far worse. I will go through every


relevant part and analyze it. So lets look at 2011 and beyond, for Nokisoft Microkia


So here I am thinking, would Nokia get cuts on revenue generated from searches originating from Nokia Windows Phones? Because if this is the case Microsoft really has a proposition he

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Remember that last year we analysts upgraded our smartphones total year forecast several times during the year as smarpthones kept selling more than we had expected. And once again the warning: this get yourself a big cup of coffee before you start reading..

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case study, we have to monitor the numbers of mobile ads exploded last year by all the major ad networks like Admob etc.

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4.5 times more mobile phone subscriptions than personal computers or times more mobile subscribers than the total number of television sets. Mobile is huge

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senses will buy an OS that will not be supported in the future by the manufacturer.


and even then it sold part of its assets and split into two. Palm was sold to HP. Nokia Board knew that the trajectory Nokia was on, in the summer of 2010, was a certain road to death. That the Board could not obviously accept.

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