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  1. #1
    jren57
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    "PDA Man" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > NEWS: Nokia Has Sights Set On Digital Camera Domination
    > Nokia is ramping up production of mobile phones containing cameras, and
    > predicts it could soon become the world's biggest manufacturer of digital
    > cameras.
    > The plans are part of the Finnish handset maker's strategy to focus more

    on
    > "imaging" products.
    > Nokia chief executive Jorma Ollila told analysts late last week that the
    > company intends to make cameras a part of nearly every kind of Nokia phone
    > by the second half of 2004. A company representative said that represents

    a
    > "significant" expansion from the current line-up, which includes 12 Nokia
    > phones that are capable of taking still photographs and recording

    15-second
    > videos.
    >
    > A Nokia representative said: "We see it as inevitable that convergence of
    > mobility and imaging will happen. Mobility boasts a number of benefits for
    > imaging, as the device is with the user wherever he goes."
    > Camera phones were first introduced in Japan about three years ago, and

    have
    > since become so popular that some market analysts believe they've started
    > outselling digital cameras. Nokia believes it could become the biggest
    > digital camera manufacturer globally in 2003. Ollila said: "We want to be
    > driving this phenomenon very strongly."
    > Like most other handset makers, Nokia is designing phones to take

    advantage
    > of a growing demand for services such as MMS, which allows emails to carry
    > attachments such as documents, sound recordings or movie clips. MMS is
    > expected to generate billions in extra revenue for carriers worldwide by
    > 2005, analysts say.
    >
    > SOURCE http://www.silicon.com/news/500018/1/6470.html
    >
    >

    I think Nokia domination of the mobile phone market is coming to an end. In
    future they are going to get some stiff opposition (especially from a
    resurgent Sony Ericsson), I mean look at the keypads! (7210) what the hell
    are they thinking of?

    Nokia phones are nothing special, its all fancy clip-on covers and
    ringtones. In five years time Sony Ericsson will be market leader, thanks to
    sexy new phones like the P900

    p.s what every happened to the 7650 (snigger)

    http://www.sonyericsson.com/p900/mai...?regionCode=uk






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  2. #2
    tuned by RÄZO
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    Re: Nokia Has Sights Set On Digital Camera Domination

    "jren57" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    |
    | "PDA Man" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    | news:[email protected]
    | > FOR MORE STORIES OF THE WIRELESSWORLD --
    | > Visit http://wirelessway.blogspot.com for all the latest Wireless Phone
    | > PALM/PDA news and info
    | > FREE Aluminum Palm/Clie Case Giveaway This Weekend!!
    | >
    | > NEWS: Nokia Has Sights Set On Digital Camera Domination
    | > Nokia is ramping up production of mobile phones containing cameras, and
    | > predicts it could soon become the world's biggest manufacturer of
    digital
    | > cameras.
    | > The plans are part of the Finnish handset maker's strategy to focus more
    | on
    | > "imaging" products.
    | > Nokia chief executive Jorma Ollila told analysts late last week that the
    | > company intends to make cameras a part of nearly every kind of Nokia
    phone
    | > by the second half of 2004. A company representative said that
    represents
    | a
    | > "significant" expansion from the current line-up, which includes 12
    Nokia
    | > phones that are capable of taking still photographs and recording
    | 15-second
    | > videos.
    | >
    | > A Nokia representative said: "We see it as inevitable that convergence
    of
    | > mobility and imaging will happen. Mobility boasts a number of benefits
    for
    | > imaging, as the device is with the user wherever he goes."
    | > Camera phones were first introduced in Japan about three years ago, and
    | have
    | > since become so popular that some market analysts believe they've
    started
    | > outselling digital cameras. Nokia believes it could become the biggest
    | > digital camera manufacturer globally in 2003. Ollila said: "We want to
    be
    | > driving this phenomenon very strongly."
    | > Like most other handset makers, Nokia is designing phones to take
    | advantage
    | > of a growing demand for services such as MMS, which allows emails to
    carry
    | > attachments such as documents, sound recordings or movie clips. MMS is
    | > expected to generate billions in extra revenue for carriers worldwide by
    | > 2005, analysts say.
    | >
    | > SOURCE http://www.silicon.com/news/500018/1/6470.html
    | >
    | >
    | I think Nokia domination of the mobile phone market is coming to an end.
    In
    | future they are going to get some stiff opposition (especially from a
    | resurgent Sony Ericsson), I mean look at the keypads! (7210) what the hell
    | are they thinking of?
    |
    | Nokia phones are nothing special, its all fancy clip-on covers and
    | ringtones. In five years time Sony Ericsson will be market leader, thanks
    to
    | sexy new phones like the P900
    |
    | p.s what every happened to the 7650 (snigger)
    |
    | http://www.sonyericsson.com/p900/mai...?regionCode=uk
    |
    |
    |

    hehehe...7650?! shhh!! ;-)





  3. #3
    Matapalo
    Guest

    Re: Nokia Has Sights Set On Digital Camera Domination

    SONY ERICSSON MAKES SEXY PHONES, BUT I HAVE OWNED ALL THEIR LATEST
    RELEASES AND DESPITE HAVING GREAT FEATURES AND A FANTASTIC GUI, THE
    RECEPTION ON THEIR PHONES SUCKS ACROSS THE BOARD!

    (Sony: t68, 616) (Nokia: 6200)

    AND I'VE DONE MY OWN AD HOC CONTROLLED STUDY SWAPPING MY SIM CARD FROM
    MY SONYS TO MY NOKIAS IN MY HOUSE. THE DIFFERENCE IN SIGNAL STRENGTH
    AND THE ABILITY TO CONNECT OR MAKE A CALL WAS SIGNIFICANT!

    GO TO ANY SONY ERICSSON FORUM AND DO A SEARCH ON GOOGLE FOR SONY
    ERICSSON RECEPTION ISSUES - YOU WILL BE OVERWHELMED.

    I WANT SO BAD FOR SONY PHONES TO WORK BECAUSE THEY ARE FEATURE RICH
    AND THOUGHTFULLY DESIGNED ON THE OUTSIDE. THE GUTS? THEY JUST DON'T
    HAVE THE PERFORMANCE!

    NOKIA? SEXY? NO. BUT, YOU CAN'T KILL THEM.

    KIND OF LIKE WIVES - YOU WANT THE HOT, SEXY, DUBIOUS ONE OR THE OLD
    FAITHFUL IN THE PLAIN-JANE WRAPPER?

    PICK 'EM


    "tuned by RÄZO" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > "jren57" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > |
    > | "PDA Man" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > | news:[email protected]
    > | > FOR MORE STORIES OF THE WIRELESSWORLD --
    > | > Visit http://wirelessway.blogspot.com for all the latest Wireless Phone
    > | > PALM/PDA news and info
    > | > FREE Aluminum Palm/Clie Case Giveaway This Weekend!!
    > | >
    > | > NEWS: Nokia Has Sights Set On Digital Camera Domination
    > | > Nokia is ramping up production of mobile phones containing cameras, and
    > | > predicts it could soon become the world's biggest manufacturer of
    > digital
    > | > cameras.
    > | > The plans are part of the Finnish handset maker's strategy to focus more
    > on
    > | > "imaging" products.
    > | > Nokia chief executive Jorma Ollila told analysts late last week that the
    > | > company intends to make cameras a part of nearly every kind of Nokia
    > phone
    > | > by the second half of 2004. A company representative said that
    > represents
    > a
    > | > "significant" expansion from the current line-up, which includes 12
    > Nokia
    > | > phones that are capable of taking still photographs and recording
    > 15-second
    > | > videos.
    > | >
    > | > A Nokia representative said: "We see it as inevitable that convergence
    > of
    > | > mobility and imaging will happen. Mobility boasts a number of benefits
    > for
    > | > imaging, as the device is with the user wherever he goes."
    > | > Camera phones were first introduced in Japan about three years ago, and
    > have
    > | > since become so popular that some market analysts believe they've
    > started
    > | > outselling digital cameras. Nokia believes it could become the biggest
    > | > digital camera manufacturer globally in 2003. Ollila said: "We want to
    > be
    > | > driving this phenomenon very strongly."
    > | > Like most other handset makers, Nokia is designing phones to take
    > advantage
    > | > of a growing demand for services such as MMS, which allows emails to
    > carry
    > | > attachments such as documents, sound recordings or movie clips. MMS is
    > | > expected to generate billions in extra revenue for carriers worldwide by
    > | > 2005, analysts say.
    > | >
    > | > SOURCE http://www.silicon.com/news/500018/1/6470.html
    > | >
    > | >
    > | I think Nokia domination of the mobile phone market is coming to an end.
    > In
    > | future they are going to get some stiff opposition (especially from a
    > | resurgent Sony Ericsson), I mean look at the keypads! (7210) what the hell
    > | are they thinking of?
    > |
    > | Nokia phones are nothing special, its all fancy clip-on covers and
    > | ringtones. In five years time Sony Ericsson will be market leader, thanks
    > to
    > | sexy new phones like the P900
    > |
    > | p.s what every happened to the 7650 (snigger)
    > |
    > | http://www.sonyericsson.com/p900/mai...?regionCode=uk
    > |
    > |
    > |
    >
    > hehehe...7650?! shhh!! ;-)




  4. #4
    The Blue
    Guest

    Re: Nokia Has Sights Set On Digital Camera Domination

    > SONY ERICSSON MAKES SEXY PHONES, BUT I HAVE OWNED ALL THEIR LATEST
    > RELEASES AND DESPITE HAVING GREAT FEATURES AND A FANTASTIC GUI, THE
    > RECEPTION ON THEIR PHONES SUCKS ACROSS THE BOARD!
    >
    > (Sony: t68, 616) (Nokia: 6200)
    >
    > AND I'VE DONE MY OWN AD HOC CONTROLLED STUDY SWAPPING MY SIM CARD FROM
    > MY SONYS TO MY NOKIAS IN MY HOUSE. THE DIFFERENCE IN SIGNAL STRENGTH
    > AND THE ABILITY TO CONNECT OR MAKE A CALL WAS SIGNIFICANT!
    >
    > GO TO ANY SONY ERICSSON FORUM AND DO A SEARCH ON GOOGLE FOR SONY
    > ERICSSON RECEPTION ISSUES - YOU WILL BE OVERWHELMED.
    >
    > I WANT SO BAD FOR SONY PHONES TO WORK BECAUSE THEY ARE FEATURE RICH
    > AND THOUGHTFULLY DESIGNED ON THE OUTSIDE. THE GUTS? THEY JUST DON'T
    > HAVE THE PERFORMANCE!
    >
    > NOKIA? SEXY? NO. BUT, YOU CAN'T KILL THEM.
    >
    > KIND OF LIKE WIVES - YOU WANT THE HOT, SEXY, DUBIOUS ONE OR THE OLD
    > FAITHFUL IN THE PLAIN-JANE WRAPPER?
    >

    I will have to argue the Sony ericsson signal strength difference being
    significant.
    having used the the nokia 3590 over 4 months and the sony T306. i must
    say the T 306 has better signal strength. I am on the AT&T GSM service
    which is not very good in new jersey. I will agree the GUI is great
    sony. i used ericsson while using att TDMA service and the signal
    Strength was second to none. The more expensive nokia may have an edge
    over the pricier ericsson. but i think that something sony will fix soon.
    --
    Must fight it must , i must fight my A.D.D , what was i talking about
    oh never mind oooo what that over there




  5. #5
    t t
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    Re: Nokia Has Sights Set On Digital Camera Domination

    On Wed, 22 Oct 2003 10:27:14 +0000 (UTC), "jren57" <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >Nokia phones are nothing special, its all fancy clip-on covers and
    >ringtones. In five years time Sony Ericsson will be market leader, thanks to
    >sexy new phones like the P900
    >
    >p.s what every happened to the 7650 (snigger)
    >
    >http://www.sonyericsson.com/p900/mai...?regionCode=uk


    "Sexy phones"? All Sony-Ericsson phones look like square bricks.
    Including that one. They look like 70s East-European cars, all boxy.

    Say what you will, but looks (as well as brand) also matter to people
    when they are selecting a phone from a selection with similar
    features. Second comes their experience with the brand (ie. if their
    Nokias or Ericssons keep breaking up, they wov not to buy another
    mobile from the same company). Most mobile phone buyers are not techno
    geeks who care only about features they are never going to use anyway.

    Heck, people buy even cars based on color and looks.




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