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Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Nokia talks Symbian, Maemo and sales at its investor day

Nokia has been talking about targets and forecasts at its investor-focussed Capital Markets Day today. It says it has plans to push the price of smartphones down to new levels while increasing profit margins.

Next year's industry-wide mobile sales volumes are expected to be up 10% on 2009 – and Nokia reckons it'll maintain its market share. There'll be a big change to Symbian before mid-2010 and another later in the year, with a Maemo 6-powered mobile device also due in the second half of 2010. [Presentations; press release]

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