Just coming to Nokia Stephen Elop named Symbian "burning platform", which must be urgently abandoned. This led to a significant decline in sales of devices running this OS. Promises are now being made that are clearly intended to alleviate the situation.
The result was a new announcement that the "burning platform" will be maintained for another five years. Despite the fact that the Finnish company has never been famous for supporting outdated models. Public opinion on this statement is nothing more than mockingly skeptical, most do not particularly believe in such a development of events, believing that the company is simply throwing dust in the eyes. Generally, Nokia lately generous with promises. And what remains to be done by a company whose situation is deteriorating before our eyes?
So today it was announced that it is planned to introduce new smartphones under Windows phone every two to three months. Despite the fact that not a single sample has yet been put on sale.
Apparently, following the Soviet approach of counter-planning, it was announced that smartphones with support for CDMA networks intended for the US market would soon appear. Nokia hopes that close cooperation with Microsoft will allow her to finally gain a foothold in the US market, where her position has never been strong.