Il y a sept ans aujourd’hui, Samsung beat Nokia pour devenir global OEM #1

Il y a sept ans aujourd’hui, Samsung beat Nokia pour devenir global OEM #1

Seven years ago today, Samsung beat Nokia to become global #1 OEM

Avant d’acquérir un smartphone pliable, il faut toujours analyse les différents modèles disponibles sur le marché. Lequel, permettra vraiment de lire les actualité tous les jours de manière confortable ?

il y a sept ans aujourd’hui, Samsung beat Nokia pour devenir global OEM #1


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17 réflexions au sujet de “Il y a sept ans aujourd’hui, Samsung beat Nokia pour devenir global OEM #1”

  1. Currently, the global top 5 OEMs are:

    1. Samsung
    2. BBK Electronics (OPPO, Vivo, Realme, OnePlus)
    3. Huawei (including Honor)
    4. Apple
    5. Xiaomi (including Redmi and Black Shark)

    How do you think the top 5 will rank in 5 year’s time?

  2. It’s amazing how innovative Nokia was back in the day.
    In the meantime all the other Android OEMs had a spec war with each other.

    Examples:

    Had years long partnership with Carl Zeiss optics

    Had offline navigation way before Apple announced Apple maps. Google had only online options. (Data was expensive for many countries back in early 2010s)

    Had top notch imaging algorithms and solutions.

    Was the first OEM that had Qi wireless charging. (2012)

    Was the first OEM that had optical image stabilization on a smartphone. (2012)

    Was the first OEM that had a touch screen that could work with gloves. (Finland anyone?)

  3. I just got a Nokia 9 and based on the negativity I thought I’d hate it. However I’m really happy with the photos I get. It’s not by any means a great phone but I think the photos make it good. My 2p anyway.

  4. People blame Elop too much, IMO, and forget Nokia would have already been way too late to the Android game after sticking so long with Symbian and Maemo/Meego. Nokia N8 and Galaxy S2 were contemporaries. (Meaning their Android entry point would have been the Galaxy S3 generation.)

    I have fond memories of Nokia. They made affordable, robust devices; but, the company simply didn’t transition well into the smartphone age like its peers Blackberry or Sony.

  5. Too bad they disappeared with the Lumia line, contrary to what many people say, the Windows OS on Lumia devices (especially 930 that I had) was wonderfully elegant and fluid.

  6. Funny about the focus on « smartphones », when the bread and butter for both Nokia and Samsung for the longest time were featurephones.

    Then again we see the same with cars, where people talk about and fret over high performance models. But the stuff that keep the factories going are the likes of the humble Golf.

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