Clearly Nokia needs to head in a different direction. They have lost a significant amount of market share to competitors. If the employees cant understand that, then maybe its time for some new employees.
huh symbian rocks wtf are you talking about been using it for almost 3 mounth and i yet to get eny problems but it needs to be updated like all software so it can be more stable and work better. my friend had a older symbian and it got updated 2 times a month iwe only gotten 1 ower these 3 months so irritating. the moment nokia goes no windows i will newer own a nather nokia. hmm might be a android altho i dont realy like em. well that problem i gotta deal whit 2 years from now.
[citation][nom]pclee[/nom]I loves me some Nokia phones. My current phone is darn near indestructible. I've had it for more than 3 years and I want to see how long it will last before I upgrade to the smartphone era.[/citation]
Dumbphones such as those old phones are incredibly resilient, I remember watching my friends throwing their phones across streets, hallways, down stairs for crying out loud and those damn things keep on chugging along.
Nowdays technology is so weak you need to babysit it just to keep scratches away, the entire front of a phone is just a big screen and glass is brittle.
If Nokia was smart they'd lock the doors as soon as they walk out. I mean normally I take the side of employees, but when you are responsible for your company's downfall staging a walk out is the last thing that should be on your mind.