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Huawei finally remembers its place. Says, don’t want to fight with Nokia rather co-operate!!

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Seems, Huawei has finally recollected its place under sun and from the rumor of one of its Top executive wanting to buyout Nokia, now has suggested that it doesn’t want to fight Nokia, but rather co-operate. Talking to “Pocket-lint“, Kevin Ho, president of the Huawei’s handset product line said that the company is keen to work with, rather than fight Nokia for customers:

“We do not want to fight with Nokia. We want to work together with Nokia and Microsoft to build a better Windows Phone platform.”

So, we obviously don’t want to be so harsh on them now, as they want to co-operate, but that “Buyout episode” has left sordid taste in our mouth and many Nokia fans.

Anyways, Huawei says that they have sold 1 million Ascend W1 in Europe and US and still complains about Windows phone being a hard sell without bringing a compelling device onto the table.


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  • Every vendor is having a tough time selling a Windows phone. Microsoft is so lost on their mobile strategy it’s surprising any sell at all. Look for Asha to slowly become the main and only phone for Nokia.

    • dds

      It seems Huawei is trying to get on the ship in the last moment before it takes of.

      This shows it has more foresight than its competitors, who still did not notice, that Windows Phone is coming big.

      But still, Huawei wants a free ride –> Nokia building the market and Huawei only reaping the fruits. I’d like to them and other newcomers to start doing their own homework, like doing some R&D themselves instead of coping Nokia and Apple.

      If Huawei is ready to participate in the cost of building Nokia-Windows Platform it might be of some use to the cause, but not as long as Huawei continue to follow this strategy common for Asian companies:

      “We want high quantities and profits, but we will only join when you will create the market for us, so that we can take it from you with our low quality, lack of innovation, hidden state subsides, and cheap labor, and in the end we will make you insolvent and buy your company and patents for free.”

      This is what Huawei should consider before making the next “partnership” offer.