A new era is set to hit camp Nokia as Stephen Elop, Nokia’s new CEO, sends out an epic 1300 word internal memo to employees regarding the current turmoil Nokia is in. He discusses how Nokia needs to drastically improve in order to catch up with the fast-paced mobile industry, and take a leap of faith into the unknown for a new competitive future. I have to say that the content of this memo is what analysts and investors have been trying to tell Nokia for a very long time and its great to see something is finally going to be done. This Friday (11th February), Nokia will reveal its plans and strategy at Capital Markets Day and I cannot wait to hear what Nokia will announce. Check out the full memo after the break.
“Mobile Phones” Articles
Feb 09 2011
Jan 27 2011
Nokia phones have been known for great things over the years, and voice quality is definitely one of them. While some smartphone owners may rave about their phone’s ability to land airplanes, you’ll find many complaints regarding the voice quality when using the handset. After all, a phone’s primary feature is, well, a phone! (and to play Angry Birds). Hit the jump to find out more.
Jan 24 2011
Rachel Hinman from Nokia Research Center has published a lengthy (159 slide) presentation on mobile UX, consisting of some very inspiring ideas. Hit the jump to take a look.
Dec 16 2010
When I read this article today I have to say I was quite pleased to see some action finally being taken regarding this issue. So far, Communication Service Providers such as T-Mobile, O2 and Orange have been charging customers for making calls to what would be free phone numbers if dialled from UK landlines. Moreover, cost of calls to non-geographical numbers are very vague to say the least. Well, this is all about to change. Hit the jump to find out more.