> Nokia's current CEO, Stephen Elop, worked for Microsoft as the head of the
> Office business division before joining Nokia. Whether or not you believe
> his business decisions were in Nokia's best interests, he definitely knows
> the difference between Windows and something else.
Well, I can believe that, and I already knew he previosly worked for Microsoft.
Taking everything else aside, I really can't believe how such a great CEO could've
been asleep for years, without realizing that Symbian -- Nokia's flagship and business
core -- was already dead in water for years.
So they've been floating already dead on their previous glory and reputation, and
suddenly the big CEO realized that leads nowhere, so he boldly killed everything
they've already developed in-house and went to his old home -- Microsoft.
Well, however -- I'll never again buy a Nokia, and many people I know will
do the same. When compared to Android, Windows Mobile looks like a joke.