The world’s largest mobile phone manufacturer, Nokia, for the first time launching phones that use Microsoft software. The existence of Windows phones is expected to be a ‘lifeboat’ Nokia which started out in the smartphone business.
Cubot is expected to introduce two to three new models that use Windows software, including phones Searay who first publicly displayed in the video that leaked on the internet and look very similar to N9 handset. Finnish companies are lagging behind the shadow of Apple and Google in the smartphone market it decided to release the Symbian platform and switch to Microsoft. Last February, Nokia and Microsoft is working closely associated software development.
Nokia is not really in a hurry with the new phones. Their competitors, HTC, Fujitsu and Samsung Electronics have enjoyed showing off the latest Windows software products with the Mango. Nokia and Microsoft said that the two companies will focus on working closely with operators to support the platform. “Operators really want to have other companies in this competition. They do not want Google and Apple dominate the market phones, “said Magnus Jern, CEO of Golden Gekko, cellular-based application development company.
Nokia Launches Newest Windows Mobile
Analyst Carolina Milanesi from research firm Gartner Inc. said Nokia had to introduce its first product at prices below the competition Samsung and HTC so they are not too heavy. “The price is the key. You must provide a kind of attention getter to consumers and developers. “Nokia’s market value dropped 50% since February as investors are not convinced with the possibility the company could be ‘king’ again in the mobile world.
Nokia reports third quarter exceeded analysts’ estimates that fueled hopes the company can survive despite smartphone sales fell 38% compared to last year. Nokia said last week, Windows mobile phone comes in this year but declined when the exact time. By utilizing the cooperation of Microsoft, Nokia hopes to attract the attention of developers who previously sucked into the Android platform and Apple.
“We see that Windows has been recognized as a platform number three,” said Jern is interested in developing Windows-based applications. “We are currently working on 10 applications with five of them paid in Nokia.” Research firm Strategy Analytics estimates that Microsoft will gain market share doubled in Western European markets during 2012 due to successful cooperation with Nokia.
Nokia Australia Spamming
Regulators in Australia has given a fine of $ 58,000 to your Nokia mobile phone makers because the company has been spamming to users via SMS messages.
The authorities in Australia say Nokia has sent tips to the user to explore further the ability of a cell phone, without presenting Unsubscribe option as required by law in Australia.
Nokia said it has stopped the service, and is overhauling its system to add the Unsubscribe option to users who do not want to get those tips.
Regulators also said that Nokia has agreed to train its employees in the field of SMS marketing. And actually not only a violation of the regulation of the Nokia SMS marketing problem in Australia.
Nokia Fined in Australia Due To Spamming
While advertisers have great expectations will be marketing via mobile phones, including location-based services, but not all users happy about it.
Regulators in Australia suggested that there were as many as 370 per cent rise in reports from the public, about the form of SMS spam in the years 2010-2011. What about the regulations in Indonesia about SMS marketing problems like this? Is it going to take a similar path as in Australia if found to breach?