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Nokia has taken appropriate action in Lumia 920 OIS simulation video. Blames “Poor Judgement”

Nokia, if you remember informed that a independent Ethics review is being done in case of simulation video and that it may be a case of “Poor judgement” to not use a disclaimer. We also brought you an article from Pocketnow.com which shows how Apple masters art of cheating Ads and still going scot-free due to a portion of Apple loving media. That article also emphasizes how Nokia has apologised while Apple says “you are fools to believe our ads.

Now, Nokia seems to have completed the investigation, informs WSJ. Nokia has said that not using disclaimer for the video was a result of “poor judgment” and the company has taken “appropriate action” to correct the problem.

Though, it is not known what action has been taken, but still great to see Nokia investigating and trying to correct it rather than saying the world “You are not holding it correctly” like many do.

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    I don’t understand the whole matter. There is a nicely shot standard video explaining a common camera feature and the benefits of its use, and half of the world now insists that these videos have to be shot with the camera itself.
    And although Nokia never claims the pictures have been taken with the smartphone people just assume this.

    In my eyes it is just a poor judgement by many people and evilminded journalists but I admit that Nokia has to be forgiving with media people. So that’s why they apologize for their silliness.

    Me at least I am really ashamed of tech journalism.

    • Problem is with dual standards adopted by a portion of tech-media. if Apple does the same many times they go scot-free and never apologise but if Nokia doesn’t put a disclaimer they have to be crucified even when they never claimed that it was from Lumia 920.

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