3 Areas to Watch With Nokia

In this video, tech and telecom analyst Andrew Tonner discusses three areas Nokia (NYSE: NOK  ) investors need to watch. First, keep an eye on Nokia sales numbers, particularly for its new Lumia smartphones. A lot is riding on the success of this smartphone launched last December. Second, can Nokia keep a robust innovative product pipeline going? Apple and Google are good at this. Nokia will have to be in order to compete long term. Finally, investors must stay tuned to the joint venture with Siemens to build communications equipment. This has struggled in the past and how it pans out in the future will impact Nokia's earnings.

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  • Report this Comment On April 12, 2013, at 3:12 PM, lee654 wrote:

    Please tell the complete story and the facts ! Nokia has been in business for 147 years, they have stood the test of time. They were number one in the entire world, in cell phones and mobile devices. I will put my money where my mouth is. I think they shall be number 1 again throughout the world in a reasonable length of time 2015. They will probably have 10% of the Smartphones and mobile devices by year end 2013. They have perhaps the greatest portfolio of patents in their field of any company in the world. They own billions of dollars worth of patents. Eventually all companies that are infringing upon those patents shall be forced to license and pay a fair price. Take it," One Day At A Time".

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