On Twitter, Shah gave a list of Nokia smartphone sales that lagged behind the Nokia smartphone sales this quarter, with the exception of the top three phonesAlso included are well-known brands such as Alcatel, OnePlus, ASUS and Lenovo.
Chinese OEMs like Meizu, Coolpad and Jinli are no exception.
On the future development of Nokia, Shah suggested that Nokia should wholeheartedly establish a fan base in the markets of Asia, Europe, Middle East and Africa, and then use these fans as a chip to compete with Motorola and Samsung in the Latin American market.
However, Shah did not mention the Indian market. India, as an emerging market, has great potential in the future - about 1 billion people in India have no access to the Internet. As a result, many global smartphone makers have already targeted India.
As we all know, HMD Global bought the Nokia mobile phone brand right in 2016. But before that, Nokia also released some Android devices, such as the Nokia X and N1 tablets, but almost none of these devices came out of hand.
Nokia used to andMicrosoftSigned a contract to produce a Windows-based Lumia smartphone, so Nokia had to abandon the Android system.
At the end of the contract, HMD Global soon introduced its new Nokia smartphones such as the Nokia 6 and the low-cost, feature-rich Nokia 2, with the result that they quickly dominated the global market.
While both phones did face some dilemma just after they were introduced, Nokia and HMD Global are indeed overwhelming given that they will go all-out in 2018.