Will Nokia be on top Again in Mobile Industry?
March 7, 2017 9:36am CST
Recently,Nokia releases 3 new Android Phones, the Nokia 3, 5, and 6 and with the new Nokia 3310. Also, Nokia now owned Withings and soon we will be seeing health gadgets with the Nokia Brand. With or without the Nostalgia feeling for Nokia, will Nokia be on top again? Can Nokia out stand Samsung or Apples on the Mobile Industry? Now, Nokia does not release yet any High end phones, and hopefully they will soon. First, I want to have a Nokia Phone again, the last time I used Nokia was a Lumia phone. I chosen Windows phone over Android Phone because of Nokia. But opening this up means a new discussion since I really like Windows phone. haha. Now, I am now a Android phone user, using a LG Nexus phone. Now, I want to switch back to Nokia. But i think it is not yet the time. I am still waiting for Nokia to release something new. Not a phone that any other brand can make. :)
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9 Mar 17
I think you are the first person I have come across that wants a Nokia phone. May I ask why? I did use it before when I was still working and I can't understand the platform to be honest. At one point, I completely forgot about it when it was lent to us for testing.
• Makati, Philippines
9 Mar 17
is it the old Nokia phones on the Lumia (Windows phone). The user interface is simpler, cleaner. I just don't like the way iphone or android list it's apps. The live tiles is great since I can arrange it the way i want. RAM Management, it is better than Android. it is not laggy. and it's unique. hahah.
20 Mar 17
@erjnsimon yep, that is the one. I guess you can say that I felt limited. I am not sure if its because of the apps available in Windows store. The live tiles were great (and pretty much like the Windows laptop now). Those observations are probably valid... it's just I did not use them
• Manchester, England
7 Mar 17
Nokia may well become a major player again, but I cannot imagine them taking the lead because iPhone appear to be dominant. We can assume that the next iPhone will be in huge demand irrespective of how much or how minor an upgrade it is.
9 Mar 17
@erjnsimon I know - I didn't plan to use the phone to connect to the internet, I have a smartphone for that... I just want to have another mobile for simple call and text; besides, I like that model, I used to have one that I used forever until it was stolen from me.