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Friday, December 4, 2009

Nokia Sets Out Stall for 2010

This week, Nokia forecast that industry mobile device shipments will rise approximately 10% in 2010 and that its market share will be flat next year, compared to 2009. Nokia also said it expects a flat market in euro terms for the mobile and fixed infrastructure and related services market in 2010, compared to 2009. Nokia added that it continues to target services net sales of at least 2 billion euros in 2011 and 300 million active users for its services by the end of 2011.

Nokia also said that its operational priorities for 2010 include re-engineering its Symbian user interface, delivering a major product milestone before mid-year 2010 and another major product milestone before the end of 2010. The Espoo-based handset maker also said it plans to deliver its first Maemo 6-powered mobile computer, with an iconic user experience, in the second half of 2010, while significantly increasing the proportion of touch and/or QWERTY devices in its smartphone portfolio. source: Nokia statement

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