The Decline of Nokia...What Happened?

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  1. Juan Valladares

    Juan Valladares2 hari yang lalu

    NOkia, not noKIA! Jesus, bro!

  2. nosy fox

    nosy fox2 hari yang lalu

    Hello and I can not do this hair but I at my sandwich in my eye I could never get my arms off the leaf I could not take my cellphone but it was scarier then the one of the eggs in my information to call my own personal note

  3. DannyDaDuffyDucking Daffer

    DannyDaDuffyDucking Daffer3 hari yang lalu

    Aged badly huh cuz they came back with the heat

  4. Massiel Elizabeth Reyes Garcia

    Massiel Elizabeth Reyes Garcia3 hari yang lalu

    Welll... I am watching this video on a nokia.. 🤷

  5. Galactic man

    Galactic man3 hari yang lalu

    Rise of jersey mikes

  6. Trinston Michaels

    Trinston Michaels3 hari yang lalu

    Trinston was here

  7. Henry Jones

    Henry Jones4 hari yang lalu

    I had a Nokia N900, a smartphone running Maemo OS, which was designed to be the smartphone replacement for Symbian. It was without a doubt one of the best phones I've ever owned and it took Android a solid 4 years to produce what I considered to be an adequate replacement. I loved that thing.

  8. Zack Benson

    Zack Benson5 hari yang lalu

    Kurt Cobian Awesome

  9. Jack Ekdahl

    Jack Ekdahl6 hari yang lalu

    I still have and use a Nokia C5 and, by God, I don't know where to turn when this old fellow ceases to exist, which should be very soon.

  10. Khalid Gagnon

    Khalid Gagnon6 hari yang lalu

    And their more of a tech development company/ software / 4g/ 5g (bran new!) Company. Less the phones and more the 'what makes the phone tick' company

  11. Khalid Gagnon

    Khalid Gagnon6 hari yang lalu

    ......... As I speak, I'm texting on a Nokia Smart Phone! Dey " Back in Blaaaaaaaack!"

  12. Stinger430

    Stinger4307 hari yang lalu

    I owned a Nokia N9 back in 2013, and now own a Nokia 9. Amazing phones. I have no complaints. Today's mistake with HMD/Nokia however, is that they're using 1 year and 2 year old chips in their brand new devices. They will get slaughtered in the marketplace if they continue like this. One of their biggest markets (India) is very price and specs sensitive. If they can deliver there what those consumers want, then I think they can regain the #1 spot.

  13. cgunna48

    cgunna487 hari yang lalu

    R.I.P KURT KOBAIN R.I.P JEFF HANNEMAN

  14. Josh Contreras

    Josh Contreras8 hari yang lalu

    Windows operating system was my favorite

  15. AdmiralBobkat

    AdmiralBobkat8 hari yang lalu

    OK I own a nokia 7.1 so I guess i'm a boomer.

  16. Coolmedina117

    Coolmedina1178 hari yang lalu

    also a Motorola episode would be cool

  17. Coolmedina117

    Coolmedina1178 hari yang lalu

    I had a shitty Nokia Lumia windows phone

  18. Tony Amdi

    Tony Amdi9 hari yang lalu

    Do the rise, fall,rise, and fall again of Apple. Yes, apple is declining again

  19. Steve Brown

    Steve Brown10 hari yang lalu

    My mobile phone evolution started off with the Motorola Brick -> Motorola Startac -> Nextel (walkie talkie feature) -> Blackberry -> Apple iPhone -> Finally Graduated to Samsung Galaxy. Never owned a Nokia Phone.

  20. ryan Apache

    ryan Apache11 hari yang lalu

    ???????????????

  21. Eli Acevedo

    Eli Acevedo11 hari yang lalu

    I feel like a lot of those sales were for company phones that didn’t necessarily require a smart phone. I remember seeing a lot of blue collar workers using those on the job.

  22. Nicholas Koranteng

    Nicholas Koranteng12 hari yang lalu

    Do one on Motorola and Nextel

  23. IkabiteLV

    IkabiteLV12 hari yang lalu

    I'm sure this has been said by someone before. But I do have a Nokia smartphone. A relatively new one. So you were wrong in assuming that NOBODY uses them anymore. Maybe it has something to do with branding rights and somebody else makes them now, but modern Nokia smartphones do exist.

  24. Geek Cat

    Geek Cat13 hari yang lalu

    Nokia: We own 70+% of the market share. Apple/Google : Hold our beer

  25. thisismysea

    thisismysea13 hari yang lalu

    I can't remember if I ever had a Nokia, but this video made me nostalgic for my Motorola RAZR.

  26. Miền Tây Dấu Yêu

    Miền Tây Dấu Yêu13 hari yang lalu

    like

  27. Atila Mert

    Atila Mert14 hari yang lalu

    I had both an E7, which was great, and an Nokia N9, which ran on Maemo (linux). The N9 was phenomenal and could have brought Nokia back, with a more user-friendly GUI etc.

  28. Jonas JTL knives

    Jonas JTL knives16 hari yang lalu

    i had 2 symbians... and they both sucked... no apps worked propperly and the camera software was terrible...

  29. rawux1228

    rawux122817 hari yang lalu

    It was crazy how such a big company got pushed away by less known companies by stupid decision. And not going for Android (while most of other companies did it) or investing in new OS nailed it. Going for microsoft windows was a bad choice, because Android was in most of other companies phones like samsung, ect. and what people want is a compatibility between devices. That's why most of us are using Windows on our pc's, because we can get most of supported programs, games, ect. Nokia had the same OS for like 10 years without any improvements. Life is simple: you have to invest on something new and even if now it looks like everything is fine.

  30. Blue overwatch

    Blue overwatch17 hari yang lalu

    I loved windows phone. It just didn't shave any apps. I had the budget Lumia 635. It was a brick

  31. Brainulator9

    Brainulator918 hari yang lalu

    I imagine the N-Gage also set them back a bit in 2003.

  32. Renz_HD

    Renz_HD18 hari yang lalu

    Bunch of old guys with mud in their eyes that didn't see the trends and ruined Nokia.

  33. 101 Subs With Mediocre Comments

    101 Subs With Mediocre Comments15 hari yang lalu

    Only big mistake they did was not using Android from start

  34. silvian basha

    silvian basha19 hari yang lalu

    Man, you are pronouncing it wrong... its not a noKIA

  35. john smith

    john smith19 hari yang lalu

    You're pronouncing Nokia horribly. It's not NO-KEY-AH ...... Its KNOCK-EE-AH Do you pronounce iPhone "IP-whoe-knee"

  36. Company Man

    Company Man19 hari yang lalu

    No need to be rude john.

  37. Rebecca Dsouza

    Rebecca Dsouza20 hari yang lalu

    In my country those Nokia bar phones are still pretty popular cause: 1.They are given to old people cause they serve the only functionality they need i.e calling. 2.They are given to kids when they are very young generally cause they're parents don't want them using a smartphone yet. 3.Also to people who are entirely against the use of smartphones (mostly middle aged people obviously), again they just want to be able to call. 4.To teenagers who have they're phone confiscated for whatever reason. 5.People who cannot afford a smartphone usually go for the cheapest alternative which is a Nokia but that is still pretty rare cause you get horrible androids for the same price. Just saying these phone are still sold on AMAZON and all the retail cell phone stores.

  38. cim888

    cim88822 hari yang lalu

    Samsung is a lot more dominant that you put it actually, since they provided 30% of the iPhones components they're making a killing.

  39. Alek Jan

    Alek Jan22 hari yang lalu

    Nokia refused to change when iPhone came around, and got too cocky thinking they own the world, and things needed to be done is they are actually done, saved you guys 11min

  40. TheStol

    TheStol23 hari yang lalu

    I have Nokia 6.1. It's good for the price, but boy it likes to get scratched.

  41. Jim Y

    Jim Y23 hari yang lalu

    my last Nokia phone was N9, but that was more of a fun-to--play with device, that was after I owned the original iPhone, iPhone 3G, iPhone 4 and a cheap HTC phone, I have to say that N9 was a good attempt, but it's destined to die because you can never catch up with Android's fully open source

  42. Michael Imlay

    Michael Imlay25 hari yang lalu

    35 here and never owned one. My first phone was the first T-Mobile SideKick (color version) which I used strictly for data, and had a motorola flip phone (not the razer) for voice through Cingulair. I always kept the phone from Cingulair, but didn't like the SideKick and eventually switched to a Windows Mobile phone from T-Mobile and used those types of devices up until the iPhone 3G came out which was the same time they released the App Store (first iPhone didn't have it at launch). Eventually went to the iPhone 4 then flipped over to Android for a couple of years until the iPhone 6 came out and swapped back and been using iPhone ever since. I still stay current with Android stuff, even have a Android tablet and spare phone, but never touch them as I personally don't like Android and Apple CarPlay is flipping awesome if you have a car that supports it. Plus my daughter, mom, aunts, uncles, cousins, etc all have iPhone so we all make use of iMessage, FaceTime, and other iOS only features.