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GigaOM Interviews Nokia CEO Stephen Elop
Nov 8, 2011
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What's in store for Nokia for 2012?
Already seeing results of Nokia's effort to "work differently."
Carrier discussions going well in U.S. (Lumia coming in 2012)
Lumia: not that much software differentiation. What makes these better than other Windows devices?
Lumia launch presentation at Nokia World: http://www.streamliner.co/s/hE64s/nokia-lumia-800-windows-phone-presentation/
Nokia Navigation just a first step in broader location services.
First set of products represent a first step.
On Nokia's move to Windows Phone (vs. Android)
Nokia doing its "best work" on Windows Phone.
A lot of cultural similarities between Nokia and Microsoft -- both moving very aggressively, quickly.
Both "love beautiful products."
Difference in customer base: Microsoft is pushing West to East; Nokia has strength in the East and is pushing Westward.
What's going on with the Nokia N9?
Lumia a refined version of the N9's industrial design.
Have to be very crisp on the operating platforms (i.e., moving away from the N9's MeeGo platform)
On Nokia and tablets.
Nokia's deal re: Windows Phone is only around smartphones, not tablets.
Will Windows 8 be the tablet platform for Nokia?
Huge opportunity at lower pricepoints in emerging markets. Have to include that in any thinking re: device ecosystem.
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