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Eldar Murtazin interviewed by TechCrunch

| July 9, 2010 | Reply

The clueless people at Techcrunch Interviewed the famous russian “Samsung Research Consultant” Eldar Murtazin on the case involving him and the supposed stolen N8 prototype. Of course as America see the world as themselves or nothing they made some of the frankly most arrogant and clueless statements of Nokia during the interview.

Now don’t get me wrong I love America its an amazing country and I have visited there a few times in fact I am planning to visit there this year, and they have lovely people their especially some of our readers from America that don’t make boneheaded comments regarding Nokia, but seriously how did these two brainless people even get past the interview stage to even work at TechCrunch.

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And by the way yes I am a Nokia enthusiast and yes I can take criticisms from bloggers but the recent amount of it from American bloggers is just plain embarrassing. Nokia know sort of in trouble their are in and they are working on it HARD. It doesn’t take a couple of years to switch Nokia’s whole focus on smartphones and services. It is a Long terms process for anyone who knows how to run a business. Remember, Nokia are the WORLD’s biggest mobile phone maker; they got there for a reason by innovating and hard work and not by luck. People love their products for a reason aren’t being forced to use them. They got caught off guard by Apple and are catching up Anssi wrote a whole blog post about it.

If you don’t like Nokia then fine but to make comments that make you look dumber than a 5 year old, it is no way to gain any respect from anyone.

BTW sorry I could only find a link for the video here

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