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Bakit ba tahimik ang mga Nokia Fans dito.
Alam niyo ba na silently released na ang Nokia 808 dito sa Pinas since Monday (June 11).
Kanina I went to 3 stores (Rob Mla, GB1, and Gateway) and Out of stock na. 1 to 2 units lang daw kasi ang alloted per store pero bukas may fresh new stock uli.
Will try sa SM Megamall naman bukas.
Nasa 27k+ pag Cash. 28k+ pag Card up to 6 Months lang.
N8 and N9 user here by the way - on Globe and Smart respectively.
Sa N9 users,
nagagamit nyo ba yung Nokia Music Store?
I'm a blackberry fan and have been for the past 5 or 6 years...in fact, I am an idiot when it comes to Nokia phones...
HOwever, i gave my blackberry 9300, renewed my busines line with globe and got myself a Nokia Lumia 800 with a cash out of 3,900.
I've never been happier. Of course I miss my BBM, but after about two years of BBM, it has become too commonplace that I wanted to try something else - a different feel, a different OS yet functional.
Nokia 800 game me what I need just needed.
I especially love the incorporated SNS (FB, Twitter, and LinkedIn), how responsive the phone is, the beatifully designed phone, the gorilla glass, and how easy the phone is to use.
I knew the Lumia 900 was coming out, but that's just too much for me, so again, I'm happy with the Lumia 800.
If you have questions, just message me. I'd be happy to respond.
Laging trending ang Nokia ngayon sa yahoo ah..hmm..
I mean yung sa pagpurchase ng songs?May gusto kasi akong bilin na album eh, di ako makapag-add ng payment card..
troubled nokia may be bought soon?!
microsoft buying nokia has been a rumor for some time. but this samsung buying nokia is new.
nokia to survive really needs to do a fire sale of the company or go bankrupt.
Rumours hint at Nokia takeover by Samsung, Microsoft
Written by Stephanie Mlot
12 June, 2012
Microsoft and Samsung continue to fend off rumours that they have any intention of purchasing cell phone manufacturer Nokia.
Samsung today denied its interest in the acquisition, according to Reuters, while news that Microsoft momentarily considered a buyout has surfaced.
"The rumour regarding the acquisition of Nokia is groundless," a Samsung spokeswoman said on 11 June in a statement.
Nokia has lost its footing in the aggressive smartphone world. In April, IHS iSuppli and Strategy Analytics confirmed in separate reports that Samsung had bested Nokia as the world's top phone manufacturer for the first time in 14 years.
The company's shares recently dropped to a 15-year low, falling 40 per cent in the last three months, The Register reported. Its shares rose six per cent last Friday, however, amidst rumours of a Samsung buyout, which analysts described to Reuters as an attack of "Friday madness."
"Samsung is flying at the moment and it is hard to see what it would gain from buying Nokia," Ovum analyst Nick Dillon told Reuters.
Nokia declined to comment on the market rumours; Microsoft did not immediately respond to request for comment.
Nokia last year pledged to focus its smartphone efforts on Microsoft's Windows Phone line, introducing the Windows Phone-based Lumia line in late 2011.
According to The Register, Microsoft was given access late last year to Nokia's books to evaluate the company for acquisition, but it was not impressed. "The story is that having had a gander, Microsoft walked away," The Register said.
"The only reason Microsoft would have paid a premium for Nokia last year was to keep it out of the hands of a rival," the story continued. "But it's hard to see which buyer would have valued Nokia as highly as Microsoft does, and would have paid a premium."
In April, a data connectivity problem with the AT&T Lumia 900 smartphone forced the company to offer a $100 (£64) credit to all users. A month later, Nokia was hit with a class-action lawsuit claiming fraud; the suit alleged that Nokia told investors that Windows Phone would "halt its deteriorating position in the smartphone market."
Last week, Nokia expanded its low-cost Asha phone line with three new "smartphone-like" handsets.
Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2012/06/1...#ixzz1xgOET3HO
guys, uhm, nahihiya talaga akong itanong ito but i just can't figure it out..
pano mag-bluetooth ng music sa N9? like ako yung magta-transfer ng file to other bluetooth device?
if microsoft buys nokia, it might keep the nokia brand.
so in this scenario, microsoft buying nokia is a slightly better outcome than samsung buying it for the sake of nokia fans.
either way, there is one constant - nokia is sh1t right now.
Samsung officially denies planning to acquire Nokia
Rumors that the ailing Nokia is up for sale keep cropping up and they keep getting shot down. Last we heard that Samsung is looking to buy the Finnish company, but that was quickly refuted by the Koreans.
In a rather terse statement released today, Samsung denied having any plans on purchasing Nokia. The announcement went like this: "Such reports are purely speculative and are not true". A similar rumor was going around last year and was denied by both Nokia and Samsung.
The rumors did have a temporary positive effect for Nokia - the company's shares rose 6%, but they're headed down again now that the rumors have been put to rest.
it means companies do not want to buy nokia. samsung probably thinks nokia is not worth buying even though it is a fire sale. samsung is probably thinking it has nothing to gain if it buys nokia. it's like buying junk?
nokia is in deep financial trouble, it can go bankrupt within the year or at the latest next year. if no company buys it, then it will go bankrupt. it can try to sell parts of the company but that will only be temporary solutions. what it really wants is other companies buy nokia so that it does not have to declare bankruptcy.
this is also very bad and sad news:
nokia's stock price has been on a horrific decline. it is now just $2.33. its 52 week high was at $32.95. its current price is a hellish -93% decline from that high. (apple is at $569.49)The rumors did have a temporary positive effect for Nokia - the company's shares rose 6%, but they're headed down again now that the rumors have been put to rest.
nokia's stock price rising by 6% because of the rumor means investors look at the sale as positive. investors want nokia to be sold to other companies. now that the samsung take over is denied, nokia's stock price will go back to it's low price and is at risk to decline further. it will be killer if nokia drops to $1.00
like i said, nokia fans should pray that someone buys nokia. another company buying nokia is the best way to make sure the brand continues. on its own, nokia might go bankrupt.