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Do You Think Nokia Can Bounce Back In The Nigerian Market?
#1
Nokia was once a very strong force to reckon with in the mobile phone industry. Out of every 100 people in Nigeria, 98 has once used a Nokia phone.

Nokia fell out of favor when they signed a partnership with Microsoft to produce Windows devices. This happened at a time when all their competitors were switching to the Android OS. Nokia struggled to keep up with the trend by releasing the Nokia X and Nokia XL but the two devices weren't enough to keep them in the market.

Presently, it's no longer news that Nokia is coming back and this time they'll be making only Android phones. They have already released 4 smartphones which are yet to come to Africa officially. The smartphones were first announced at the MWC in Barcelona, Spain.

so what's your opinion?

1. Do you think Nokia can take back its position as the top mobile company in Africa with companies like Gionee, Tecno and Infinix already holding most of the market Share?
2. What do you think are the best things Nokia can do to make their devices compete with others comfortably in the market?

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#2
I think Nokia can. They have the capability. Anyway, let's hear from others

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#3
sure....av you seen Nokia Edge ......d phone is awesome, if Nokia continues to do phone like that but at cheaper rate, they will surely bounce back
#4
WELL AS FOR ME IF NOKIA CAN IMOROVE ON THEIR BATTERY LIFE AND IF THEY CAN SHARE THE SAME APP STORE AS ANDROID I SWEAR I WILL PORT IMMEDIATELY BECAUSE THEIR PRODUCT IS STRONG AND RELIABLE BUT MAKE DEM CHEAPER MOST IMPORTANTLY
#5
I don't think Nokia can still regain that position anymore ,where they are other mobile devices with so, many features..talking about Infinix, techno , iPhone ,iPad and others with so many nice produce that you may like you have two or more phones with you if possible you can afford them .Anyway with pray and hard work they may still regain 35% of their lost consumers #lol
#6
(06-19-2017 06:20 PM)cbanklee Wrote: I don't think Nokia can still regain that position anymore ,where they are other mobile devices with so, many features..talking about Infinix, techno , iPhone ,iPad and others with so many nice produce that you may like you have two or more phones with you if possible you can afford them .Anyway with pray and hard work they may still regain 35% of their lost consumers #lol

I will go for what @cbanklee said
With lots of hardworking I think they step up a Lil bit but not much cos they are lots of other phone rocking the market now
  


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