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Microsoft cumpara divizia de telefoane mobile a Nokia! Sa fie Lumia 1020 ultimul flagship finlandez?

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Eu sunt mai greu de cap :D deci in urmatorii 10 ani or sa se numeasca telefoanele inteligente :) Microsoft Lumia ??!

Si doar cele normale or sa se numeasca Nokia Asha ? Sau tot Microsoft ?

 

Pai eu vroiam sa cumpar Nokia pentru ca este NOKIA, imi place numele si calitatea materialelor, nu vreau sa scrie Microsoft pe telefonul meu, se pare ca o sa trec pe Android in acest caz, sau pe iphone de buget daca ajunge si-n tara :D

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Mi-e teama ca dezvoltarea pe partea software va regresa. Ma refer la aplicatiile speciale Nokia.

 

Pana la urma asta o pot acoperi dezvoltatorii externi. Pe N9 este o aplicatie foto de 10 ori mai buna decat cea Nokia. Pentru WP exista SDK-uri si MS si Nokia.

Pe mine ma pune pe ganduri existenta unor viitoare inovatii hardware. Cat de destept va fi MS sa-i exploateze pe inginerii de la Nokia ? Cat de deschisi vor fi la idei noi in hardware ? Pentru PureView s-a lucrat 5 ani. Mult si scump. Nu stiu ce alta tehnologie de azi are in spate atat de multa munca. Vor fi MS destul de rabdatori sa duca mai departe spiritul Nokia de a inova ? Pentru ca orice poti zice de Nokia, dar nu ca se opreste din inovat. Sau poate vor lasa partea asta, cu chestiile de top in hardware chiar Nokiei ? Cred ca asa ar fi cel mai bine. Nokia sa continue inovatiile si sa le vanda MS.

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Dacă își vor pune repede numele pe telefoane s-ar putea să vândă cât au vândut și Kin. Nu pot spune decât că cei de la Nokia și-au făcut-o cu mâna lor. Microsoft întotdeauna a fost cam așa: uite nuca nu e masa...dacă înțelegeți ce vreau să zic.

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Cu siguranta vor folosi Nokia ca si nume, altfel n-ar fi cumparat dreptul de folosire, chiar daca e cumparat pentru o perioada limitata. Apropo pentru doritori, un Nokia N9 negru, versiunea 64GB, costa doar 1378 lei pe QuickMobile!

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Incredibil, ai un soft bun ca meego/maemo si il pui pe doua telefoane ca N900/N9 si in loc sa continui dezvoltarea cand Apple lovea cu securea tu sari pe scena ca un iepure si strigi developers, uite la ce s-a ajuns acum. R.I.P Nokia.

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Va dati seama cum va suna de azi inainte orice reclama cu telefoane Nokia ? Ca nuca-n perete. Cum sa mai zici "Cumparati telefoane Nokia" ? "Cumparati ultimele telefoane Nokia" e mai OK. :D

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Eu am Maemo și este incredibil. Azi am revenit pe stock după ce am avut kernel power, și vreau să spun că acest telefon nu are pereche. Mi-am instalat toate aplicațiile direct din X Terminal. Este o minunăție. Pe N9 l-am ochit ca viitorul meu telefon.

Apropos, N9 are linie de comandă?

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Cand vad stirile cum ca partenerii MS pe windows phone stau acum si analizeaza aceasta mutare care nu le prea convine, ma apuca rasul. Dupa ce cam toti producatorii de hardware au cam abandonat ecosistemul windows phone cu mult inainte ca MS sa fi cumparat nokia, vin acum si fac pe interesantii. In ultimul timp doar nokia mai facea telefoane cu WP, restul nici nu produceau, nici nu promovau. Dar, daca in urma acestei mutati WP se va indrepta s[re 10% sa vedeti atunci ce interesati vor fi "partenerii" MS.

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Tara asta nu inghite fabricile, le scuipa :)) le darama sau le fura.

 

Romania = RRomania sau Scut

SCUT, scuturi, s. n. 1. Armă defensivă de metal, de piele etc., de diverse forme și mărimi, cu care luptătorii din antichitate și din evul mediu își apărau pieptul de lovituri; pavăză.

O sa incasam la rachete, vai de noi.

Polonezul n-a vrut scutul in tara lui, rusul a zis sa nu-I prinda cu rachete la ei ca iese rau, dar la noi a sarit repede carmaciul tarii care umbla cu pempersul mereu ca face treaba mare pe el dupa ce s-a ranit la coloana cand fugea sa nu fie prins ca o babardea pe Nutzi si apoi dupa operatia din nu mai stiu care tara si dupa sectionarea nervului de la coloana, involuntar,  a ajuns sa ne faca de ras international ca face treaba mare pe el.

 

 

P.S. cand apar telefoanele Jolla ?

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Bun venit pe forum Radu! :)

 

Chiar daca e primul tau post aici, nu putini sunt cei care iti apreciaza postarile din cadrul discutiilor de pe site ;)

Merci de incurajari. Nu ma cheama radu ci silviu. Emailul cu radu e de pe vremea facultati de la un coleg si nu am mai reusit sa il schimb de atunci.. (scuze pt off)

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Pana la urma seria Asha tot din categoria smartphone-urilor face parte doar ca e low cost. Deci vom vedea de acum Microsoft Asha si Microsoft Lumia. Doar featurephone se vor numi Nokia (Ex: Nokia 100 care se vinde inca la orange) - aceasta piata a featurephone pe care nokia a abandonat-o prematur in favoarea samsung.

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Via BGR! Scrisoarea lui Steve Ballmer catre Microsoft, pe tema achizitiei Nokia:

 

 

To: MS FTEs

 
Date: Sep. 2, 8:00 PM PDT (Sep. 3, 6:00 AM EET)
 
Subject: Accelerating Growth
 
We announced some exciting news today: We have entered into an agreement to purchase Nokia’s Devices & Services business, which includes their smartphone and mobile phone businesses, their award-winning design team, manufacturing and assembly facilities around the world, and teams devoted to operations, sales, marketing and support.
 
For Microsoft, this is a bold step into the future and the next big phase of the transformation we announced on July 11.
 
We are very excited about the proposal to bring the best mobile device efforts of Microsoft and Nokia together. Our Windows Phone partnership over the past two and half years has yielded incredible work – the stunning Lumia 1020 is a great example. Our partnership has also yielded incredible growth. In fact, Nokia Windows Phones are the fastest-growing phones in the smartphone market.
 
Now is the time to build on this momentum and accelerate our share and profits in phones. Clearly, greater success with phones will strengthen the overall opportunity for us and our partners to deliver on our strategy to create a family of devices and services for individuals and businesses that empower people around the globe at home, at work and on the go, for the activities they value most.
 
We have laid out Microsoft’s strategic rationale for this transaction in a presentation that I encourage you to read.
 
This is a smart acquisition for Microsoft, and a good deal for both companies. We are receiving incredible talent, technology and IP. We’ve all seen the amazing work that Nokia and Microsoft have done together.
 
Given our long partnership with Nokia and the many key Nokia leaders that are joining Microsoft, we expect a smooth transition and great execution.
 
As is always the case with an acquisition, the first priority is to keep driving through close, which we expect in the first quarter of 2014, following approval by Nokia’s shareholders, regulatory approvals, and other closing conditions.
 
But I also know people will have some questions about what happens post-close. While details aren’t final, here is what we know, and how we’re generally approaching integration:
 
1. Stephen Elop will be coming back to Microsoft, and he will lead an expanded Devices team, which includes all of our current Devices and Studios work and most of the teams coming over from Nokia, reporting to me.
 
2. Julie Larson-Green will continue to run the Devices and Studios team, and will be focused on the big launches this fall including Xbox One and our Surface enhancements. Julie will be joining Stephen’s team once the acquisition closes, and will work with him to shape the new organization.
 
3. As part of the acquisition, a number of key engineering leaders will be joining Microsoft from Nokia, reporting to Stephen in his new capacity:
* Jo Harlow, who will continue to lead the Smart Devices team
* Timo Toikkanen, who will continue to lead the Mobile Phones team
* Stefan Pannenbecker, who will lead Design
* Juha Putkiranta, who will lead the integration effort on Nokia’s behalf
 
4. Regarding the sales team, we plan to keep the Nokia field team, led by Chris Weber, intact and as the nexus of the devices sales effort, so that we can continue to build sales momentum. After the deal closes, Chris and his team will be placed under Kevin Turner. We will develop a single integrated team that is selling to operators, and there may be other integration opportunities that we can pursue. Kevin will work with Chris Weber and Chris Capossela to make those plans.
 
5. Our operating system team under Terry Myerson will continue unchanged, with a mission of supporting both first-party and third-party hardware innovation. We are committed to working with partners, helping them build great products and great businesses on our platform, and we believe this deal will increase our partner value proposition over time. The established rhythms and ways of working between Terry and his team and the incoming Nokia team will serve us well to ensure that we do not disrupt our building momentum.
 
6. We are planning to integrate all global marketing under Tami Reller and Mark Penn. It is very important that we pursue a unified brand and advertising strategy as soon as possible.
 
7. Finance, Legal, HR, Communications, DX / Evangelism, Customer Care and Business Development will integrate functionally at Microsoft. Sourcing, customer logistics and supply chain will be part of Stephen’s Devices organization. ICM / IT will also integrate functionally for traditional IT roles. We will need to work through the implications for factory systems given the differing manufacturing processes and systems at both Nokia and Microsoft.
 
8. We plan to pursue a single set of supporting services for our devices, and we will figure out how to combine the great Nokia efforts into our Microsoft services as we go through the integration process.
 
9. There are no significant plans to shift where work is done in the world as we integrate, so we expect the Nokia teams to stay largely in place, geographically.
 
10. Tom Gibbons will lead the integration work for Microsoft. While today’s announcement is big news, we have to stay heavily focused on running the current business. We have a huge fall and holiday season ahead of us, so we need to execute flawlessly and continue to drive our business forward. I have no doubt we will.
 
Steve

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