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    Default Nokia is selling more meego linux phones than windowsmobil7 phones:

    http://www.golem.de/1201/89284.html

    Yes they sell 1,4 million linux phones without any commercial and only in some poor country’s.

    And they sell only 1,3 million windows mobile7 phones but they spend 200 millions on commercials and they sell it exclusive in Germany/Europe/USA.

    in fact the people don't buy a microsoft phone even if you spam them with commercials.
    and they don't buy ist even if you don't sell the Linux alternative.

    They sell the Linux meego handy even if they don't make any commercials and even they sell it only in poor country’s.

    Microsoft=FAIL

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    I was in Dubai last November and visited the 2 large Malls there.
    In a Nokia store I asked about their wp7 phones, and the salesgirl
    told me flat out that these are crap and tried to sell me the N9 instead.

    None of the other electronics stores carried ANY wp7 phones, but tons
    of Android hardware (and even a Blackberry Playbook, which really is
    confusing to work with).

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    Quote Originally Posted by mlau View Post
    I was in Dubai last November and visited the 2 large Malls there.
    In a Nokia store I asked about their wp7 phones, and the salesgirl
    told me flat out that these are crap and tried to sell me the N9 instead.

    None of the other electronics stores carried ANY wp7 phones, but tons
    of Android hardware (and even a Blackberry Playbook, which really is
    confusing to work with).
    LOL you made my day!... yes true the salesgirl is right the wp7 is crap! Nokia N9 instead is decent GOOD Girl

    yes nice thank you for your story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mlau View Post
    I was in Dubai last November and visited the 2 large Malls there.
    In a Nokia store I asked about their wp7 phones, and the salesgirl
    told me flat out that these are crap and tried to sell me the N9 instead.

    None of the other electronics stores carried ANY wp7 phones, but tons
    of Android hardware (and even a Blackberry Playbook, which really is
    confusing to work with).
    Interesting. Perhaps there are really some (emerging?) markets where the whole BS bingo of iphone.. android.. blah.. blah .. appstore.. ecosystem... 99cent apps.. hasn't caught traction (yet?).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qaridarium View Post
    LOL you made my day!... yes true the salesgirl is right the wp7 is crap! Nokia N9 instead is decent GOOD Girl

    yes nice thank you for your story.
    Honest answer from salesperson. Talk about nail in coffin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jltyper View Post
    Honest answer from salesperson. Talk about nail in coffin.
    yes. its the "nail in coffin" Windows Mobile is Death.

    but they Microsoft don't care they ruin Nokia and they don't care about the result.

    Meego is a nice "Linux" but in death hands and I’m sure Microsoft pay to cripple meego.

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    Default may be nokia thinking for its best but........!

    dudes Nokia manufacture mobile according to country status different status different models so it easy way to sale their product i think .......

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    Well, I thought that this being Dubai AND the largest mall in the world, with a lot of wealthy people there, that Nokia/MS
    would at least make SOME effort to show off THE devices they're putting all the hopes for their future in.
    Instead they had to show was a device which was dead before it even hit the market.

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