Boston, MA 04/03/2013 (wallstreetpr) – The Nokia Oyj (HEL:NOK1V) comes again back into track in the Smartphone market with the help of its Lumia handsets. Still it is under risk as the consumers are shifting towards a category of the phone which do have some big screen handheld. The users of the smart phones are eager to have devices with the screen measuring about 5 inches or more so as to have a better video viewing or may be good web browsing. Some may even take tablets so as to accompany with their smartphones. The nokia is a little far away from both these categories which is generally dominated by the Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) or the Samsung electronics (KRX:005930). Nokia is regularly failing so as to enter into the large screen market. It has been regularly failing in the mobile market since few years.
It is three times in this decade that it has overlooked some major trends. In the year 2004 it was slow to embrace some clamshell handsets. Again a few years later it missed out the race of entering into the touchscreen arena and now, the company’s future is now at stake with some smartphone as it really wants to sustain with its newly launched set Lumia. Still it is a way behind than the iPhone or the galaxy produced by the samsung. Many a researcher like Francisco Jeornimo who is an analyst and researcher at IDC in London also remarked over the Nokia that “This is the trend which should not be missed”. The people in the whole world are now using these smartphones in a different way now.
They are consuming media with the help of some faster mobile networks. Moreover A 5-inch screen of any smartphone just look fantastic in the hands of anyone. It is seen that Nokia has not announced for any bigger devices so it may be that the company is almost certainly preparing to release one of the best products maybe within a few months. However the company officials are less reluctant ever saying this. They said that the company is still assessing some consumer interests in those products. The condition of the Nokia is not too good. It is regularly losing its stock prices since 2007 after the launch of the galaxy and the iPhones. However the company is looking for some encasement by its new product Lumia. So let us hope that Nokia will be again back in track and for this it should have to meet the needs of the consumers.
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