Nokia To Produce New Phone with Android OS
In a job interview with German magazine Supervisor Magazin, CEO Rajeev Suri made the business's intents clear that Nokia is looking closely at the mobile marketplace. That this former leading mobile phone company Nokia will get itself back to mobile business but with different strategy. Very interesting since Nokia has good branding around the world already which should not as hard as a new one.
Authorization its brand could possibly be a clever technique for Nokia, yet it could locate the process of attracting manufacturers for its disastrous partnership with Microsoft. After acquiring Nokia's phone, Microsoft found itself in a place where money is gone and nothing much back beside sitting on the table looking at the market growth meanwhile Nokia phone only gains dramatically low at 3 percent.
Even if Nokia stated an ideal companion, the firm will certainly be required to wait since under the agreement with Microsoft, Nokia can’t produce any phone under Nokia brand until Q4 of 2016. It is a one year waiting game for Nokia to recover but anything can change if Microsoft shows its interest with the new plan. Whether it was the timing, or restricted Microsoft environment, or merely an absence of vision, Nokia's autumn from elegance in the mobile industry has actually been near-complete.
What should be new with the new Nokia phone?
Arising from the new commitment of Nokia CEO, there are a few questions to be asked and the answer should be very interesting. It is the turning point for Nokia by Q4 of 2016. Those halcyon days are well and also genuinely over for Nokia, yet it will certainly interest view where the business tries port itself back right into currently overpopulated power OS of mobile phones. It appears that Nokia will certainly get on the Android as its main mobile operating system to compete with other companies. Will Nokia focus of low cost or high end technology phone?
As what we have known so far Nokia is great at its hardware which is very endure, great camera and many distribution channels. This should change part of the mobile market if Nokia jump into Android.