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re: Too late to save Nokia?
asic_pal   12/6/2012 8:47:30 AM
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Lumina 920 is pretty good smart phone, I think if Nokia makes a similar android phone I am sure they can regain some of their lost share to it's competition.

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re: Too late to save Nokia?
sprite0022   12/6/2012 7:34:43 AM
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apple is for only a small portion of customers (want to act cool, but acturally fool) i just switched to a nokia, it's wm system not much different from android, just lil more tidy. i hope nokia will put decent phone quality in it. so far it's not disappointing me beside the zune software looks quite weird.

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