Not a lot of ambiguity; Symbian is legacy, Meego is a dead-end, and, quoting from later in the article, “volume shipments of [Nokia] Windows-based devices won't materialise until next year”
Nokia posted a large operating loss of €487m today, only its second quarterly loss in 19 years. And without the royalty settlement with Apple it would have been much worse: the settlement gifted Nokia a one-time bonus of €430m.
"Our new strategy introduced ambiguity," admitted CEO Stephen Elop. The figures tell a story of unit sales and margins both crashing dramatically.
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