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Evolution of Nokia takes a huge leap forward on Saturday #yuuuge

| February 20, 2017 | 16 Replies

The Nokia Facebook page says that on Saturday, the Evolution of Nokia will take a huge leap forward. That sounds exciting.

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Evolution in terms of another direction Nokia might be headed in? There’s VR, connected health products and mobile phones.

https://www.facebook.com/events/114520485736752

Saturday, 25 February at 16:30 CET / 10:30 EST / 7:30 PST

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The following day of course, we are also eagerly anticipating a return to old Nokia roots, the global return of Nokia smartphones.

Cheers Muerte for the tip!

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  • EricLovesSymbian

    EricLovesSymbian says:

    Will Jay be attending MWC?

    • EricLovesSymbian

      EricLovesSymbian says:

      Love Nokia, can you please send Jay a private message and tell him to occasionally reply to people visiting his site and ask him if he’s gonna go to MWC.
      Thanks buddy…

      Or, tell me how to send him a private message.

      • You can contact him on twitter and also send msgs on MyNokiaBlog facebook page.
        I read one of his tweets few weeks ago where he was asking for help from disqus.

    • Jay Montano

      Apologies, i’ve had issues with disqus which they refuse to fix my account hence why i reply on guest accounts as i cannot manage the comment system.

      As per your question, I haven’t booked any flights for MWC I’m afraid. This weekend I’ll be in London for job interviews.

      • EricLovesSymbian

        EricLovesSymbian says:

        OMG! You replied! Awesome!

        Thanks! I have nothing but best wishes for you.
        Show enthusiasm and commitment.
        I worked for the county (a government subsidary for about six years, and now I work for a private practice).

        Best of luck buddy.
        Patient care takes a lot of dedication and patience. An amateur does it and gets tired of it. A professional can do it over and over again endlessly.
        Be positive.
        Believe in yourself…

  • Arthur

    I really wish their mobile phone news doesn’t disappoint. If the P1 or whatever the flagship will be called isn’t even addressed they will lose so many people’s interest in their comeback to smartphones.

  • Systematic Systematic

    Great! And on the other hand “the most huuuge leap” in Nokia was to say “Goodby” to Mr Elop in his infinity wisdom. And by the way: what about Linux MeeGo Sailfish OS devices from Nokia?? That is what we are waiting for. Just after those who wanted Android, this is OS next in line. Anybody in Nokia has noticed my voice?

  • zlutor

    I wish they made some deal with HMD…

    on the other hand I can hardly imagine any Nokia stamped phone with Sailfish globally available. they will/should not confuse their customers with mixing OSs…

    maybe something for Russia – where Sailfish was selected by government as #1 Android alternative could be possible.

    on the other hand Jolla was promising exciting news on MWC – so let the hope to die last… 😉

    • yes you are right. as of now Nokia should just concentrate on Android. Grab some market then try something with sailfish OS.

      • zlutor

        exactly…

        on the other hand I’m fully ready to be proven wrong and would instantly buy one if decent hw is paired with reasonable price AND good+ camera… 😉

      • Systematic Systematic

        With Android Nokia is concentrated on supporting Google as it was told “Android gives strict frmes that limits Nokia” as I remember. Sailfish is Nokia native technology farther developed, boosted and successfully introduced globally on almost all markets, as there are Sailfish users all over the World. Android is good for surviving game but Sailfish containing MeeGo endless possibilities is game changer and trigger for Nokia creativity and innovations, and also for unexplored areas like wearables etc. Also Sailfish can be used for unification and gathering all nonames and past OSes what was confusing and disturbing in the past of true Nokia. And MeeGo Sailfish internal architecture allows easy adaptations to any particular HW platform, what any that would be. Android do not allow to do it as easy and as quick as it can be done with Sailfish. Android is already closing its evolution, will not be any significantly innovation, just marketing tricks. I am not against Android when there are users willing to buy it – but… is just another Android clone, is it everything we can expect from Nokia…? Nothing more…? Any more…? Is “the platform burning” still and fireman has just extinct or sunk?

        I still demand Nokia device with Sailfish – years already repeating this. Have you hear dear Nokia? This is voice of loyalty and trust in true Nokia which will be connecting people. Again. With Linux MeeGo Sailfish OS.

  • Prasenjit Singh Bist

    It’s nothing huge. They have signed a few new VR deals, then they may rebrand Withings and announce 1/2 new products and then Nokia phones from HMD.

    I am very curious in one aspect all my ex finnish friends keep on telling HMD will be acquired by Nokia. They are just testing the water. That would be big slap on the face of Microsoft the evil bastard.

    • Ye even i feel the same. HMD will be acquired by Nokia after they are successful. 🙂 One Nokia once again 🙂 Hope they also take over Jolla in future 🙂

      • zlutor

        Hopefully not Jolla…

        Better to keep it independent – like Symbian Consortium back then – and giving monetary/whatever support

    • Joe_HTH

      You think Microsoft cares what Nokia does? Nokia would simply screw it up like they did before, long before they partnered with Microsoft. Considering virtually every Android OEM outside of Samsung is either losing money or barely breaking even, I don’t see HMD doing any better.