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Nokia results: Lumia on target - 5.6m sold this qtr but non-smartphone sales falling.

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Nokia was never popular in the USA I believe, so I doubt they've ever really seen the USA as the place in which their return to relevance would happen.

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iTs growing, i remembre IPhone doing numbers just like that back in 2008, every quarter it was 5m 6m etc...

They are starting to gain traction in the market, lets hope it continuous!

And they have just introduce those 720 and 520 wich should help, along with a new line of High End Lumias.

Lets go Nokia!

good results as far as I can tell. Sure not Apple / Samsung style, but that was not expected.

There once was a great sig here, but it got killed.

A moment of silence would be appreciated.

> good results

LOL. Nokia is becoming 3rd grade vendor soon to be consumed by Asian manufacturers. And still somebody sees it through their pink glasses. Oh well.

On the US part, even when it was not that 'popular' in US, it was still selling more than 2M per quarter here.

justinian said:
And still the share prices are disappointing.

After much debate I finally decided to invest in Nokia and so far I am disappointed.

All this hitting of targets and still last month Nokia was dropped from the Euro Stoxx 50 Index - much to my disappointment.

The markets still refuses to be impress with Nokia.


You have to time your investments man... I invested in nokia when their share was 1.69 last year. Sold it at 3.80 something this year. Once it dips under 3 (probably soon) its a buy again. 

As far as results, I think they don't regret their Windows Phone choice one bit. Their R&D expenses are literally 1/4 to what they were when they were developing and supporting Symbian. (10 billion vs 2.5). Microsoft does the heavy lifting and develops the OS, they provide maps, apps and other stuff... With this existing business model, they should be profitable moving forward. 



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MDMAniac said:
> good results

LOL. Nokia is becoming 3rd grade vendor soon to be consumed by Asian manufacturers. And still somebody sees it through their pink glasses. Oh well.

On the US part, even when it was not that 'popular' in US, it was still selling more than 2M per quarter here.

Every Nokia thread there is you come in with a "LOL" and some abusive statement.

Not every manufacturer can be the biggest and not every manufacturer needs to be.  10m lumia handsets sold in the fist 5 months is perfectly reasonable.  Nokia are in transition and it seems to be going ok to most people.



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Lumia is doing good

but their non-smart phone has gone down in an alarming rate. 21% drop vs. 8% drop the markets expected is very bad. This has been the strength of Nokia so no wonder the stocks went down.

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It's like the ugliest nerd in high school (msft) asked the ugliest girl to the prom (Nokia).

And my analogy is on point bc they aren't doing much at this point.

dallas said:
It's like the ugliest nerd in high school (msft) asked the ugliest girl to the prom (Nokia).

And my analogy is on point bc they aren't doing much at this point.

jesus, what is wrong with you?

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dallas said:
It's like the ugliest nerd in high school (msft) asked the ugliest girl to the prom (Nokia).

And my analogy is on point bc they aren't doing much at this point.

LOOL dude do you even lift ?