built to run apps on Nokia phones keep up with the appeal of the simplicity of Android and the aesthetics of iOS, Nokia chose Windows. Which for the most part has been an epic fail as it is buggy, closed up and always a step behind in innovation and creativity.
Even with better cameras and imaging, Nokia phones have been slow to adapt, leaving Microsoft (previously Nokia) with a huge gap to catch up with lesser powered cameras on Samsung, iPhone, HTC or newer OEMs like Xiaomi, One+ One, Android One, etc.
The race is to the quick, but being innovative and creative in execution also creates unmatched competitive advantage as shown by the first-time-right mastery of Apple
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