Fear will drive Nokia to succeed, claims expert
Nokia’s troubles will only lead to its success, as it makes a desperate attempt to revive its ailing business with its Windows 8 devices, says expert
Nokia’s epic decline in the smartphone sector will only fuel its determination to succeed - and possibly even see the troubled firm salvage its former title as the world’s largest mobile phone maker, an expert has said.
Smith claims the Finnish firm has been slow in reacting to market trends and its lack of innovation and drive is what's contributed to its downfall: “There’s a little joke doing the rounds in developer circles - supposedly taken from a leaked press release from a past Nokia president - that by the time Nokia had rolled out a product presentation, Samsung rolled out a new product.”
Apple offers app developers a less attractive 70 per cent.
"Before, Apple were the innovators of the industry, now they’re the old grandfathers [other companies] are trying to knock off the pedestal. It's companies like Nokia and Microsoft who're tyring to be disruptive and innovative. While Apple is busy being comfortable on top, Nokia's whole advertising campaign hopes to make a solid point: we're not an iPhone.