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April 25, 2011

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Isn't it normal that every electronics device manufacturer sells like 20% less in Q1 of every year than in Q4 because of X-mas? After X-mas most people already have a phone.

Randall "Texrat" Arnold

flibatuet, there's a huge surge in sales AFTER Christmas as well. I don't have numbers offhand but I know the January numbers can be significant. I often wait until then to make big purchases (just write "I owe you 1 ____" in my sons' Christmas cards). ;)

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And this is WHY Symbian is dying: http://digithoughts.com/post/5155397871/this-is-why-symbian-died

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ave strong years to finance this transition. In this way both NSN and the dumbphones units are failing Nokia now when their contributions are direly needed.

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