posted July 24, 2013 11:15 AM
Just looking at smartphone/cellular companies names, and thought this company embodies what is meant by 'falling from the tower' more than any other.
Obviously the fall doesn't always mean death, and Nokia proves it....just not the "top of the game" the person once was a long time ago.
of course the company has come up with very smart ideas recently, like the Lumia, which is a good phone, unfortunately no one told Nokia that competing on price isn't a winning strategy, if they just marketed it at the same price as all other smart phones it may have done a bit better.
And then the Asha, this is actually a brilliant idea that may save them. a smartphone specifically made to give low income people all the perks of a smart phone (most the whatsapp application for texting)
Nokia Lumia=16/7+15/6= 31/13= 4
Nokia Asha=16/7+10/1=26/8<----8 the money number, despite any karma!
of course if both phones become know just as 'Lumia' or 'Asha' without the Nokia at the beginning things would change.
Irionically, one more or less letter for Nokia, and they may not have started as superbly as they would but still been more competitive with the iphone and samsung galaxy etc...
Noki(like the application)=15
Noki(y)a, like so many people pronounce it anyway=17/8, the number of eternity.
Away from all that, which phones look like they may last the longest?
Blackberry=23/5 and believe it or not
Okay my essay about 'phone' numbers finishes here