Nokia's Smartphone Share Plummets; Can Nokia Succeed in the New Mobile Market? - Sponsored Whitepaper

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Nokia’s share of the smartphone market declined sharply in 4Q10 as its portfolio continues to stagnate: Nokia’s smartphone marketshare fell to 31% in 4Q10, down from 38% in 3Q10 and 40% in 4Q09. Nokia has failed to introduce a blockbuster smartphone since the N95 was released in 2006, one year before Apple’s iPhone first went on sale. Of greater concern, despite more than a year of development efforts, Nokia's first new smartphones based on a revamped Symbian operating system have failed to gain traction in the market, and the company's first entirely new handset based on its new MeeGo OS, the N9, has apparently been shelved indefinitely.
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