Nokia Lite Earbuds and Nokia Wired Buds launch in India – comments – GSMArena.com

Nokia Lite Earbuds and Nokia Wired Buds launch in India – comments – GSMArena.com

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  • PixelFan
  • w4Y
  • 41 minutes ago

NokiaFan, 7 hours ago HMD is doing great in reviving the brand “NOKIA”. I recently had their tab and it … moreThey’re not only loosing on marketing but also loosing the people they’re supposedly catering to.
The PureView fiasco is a low hanging fruit so I won’t pick that. Even if you ignore it and look at their smartphones released thus far you get subpar processors, average cameras, bad design (ever since they outsourced designs to an ODM), the software experience isn’t too great but at least they’ve learnt their lesson with a not so great Android 11 rollout. Their smartphone strategy is virtually non-existent, with them branching into other markets while their smartphone division has garnered such a bad reputation means no strategy will emerge anytime soon.

HMD is doing a good job from a business perspective in that they realize the subpar quality of their products and have therefore decided it’d be best to not keep all their eggs in one basket because they don’t want one domino falling causing the entire company to topple. The brand will survive but their reputation, I am not sure about that one.

Quite frankly their smartphone business can still see a revival if they actually try to make a decent product. But I sincerely doubt that will happen.

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  • PixelFan
  • w4Y
  • 41 minutes ago

NokiaFan, 7 hours ago HMD is doing great in reviving the brand “NOKIA”. I recently had their tab and it … moreThey’re not only loosing on marketing but also loosing the people they’re supposedly catering to.
The PureView fiasco is a low hanging fruit so I won’t pick that. Even if you ignore it and look at their smartphones released thus far you get subpar processors, average cameras, bad design (ever since they outsourced designs to an ODM), the software experience isn’t too great but at least they’ve learnt their lesson with a not so great Android 11 rollout. Their smartphone strategy is virtually non-existent, with them branching into other markets while their smartphone division has garnered such a bad reputation means no strategy will emerge anytime soon.

HMD is doing a good job from a business perspective in that they realize the subpar quality of their products and have therefore decided it’d be best to not keep all their eggs in one basket because they don’t want one domino falling causing the entire company to topple. The brand will survive but their reputation, I am not sure about that one.

Quite frankly their smartphone business can still see a revival if they actually try to make a decent product. But I sincerely doubt that will happen.

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NokiaFan, 7 hours ago HMD is doing great in reviving the brand “NOKIA”. I recently had their tab and it … moreI agree with you, nokia is doing fine especially with their modern devices. Except you don’t use them you may think otherwise

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HMD is doing great in reviving the brand “NOKIA”. I recently had their tab and it is one of the best in the market. It is wrong to say that their devices are not good. They are losing on the marketing and depending heavily on people sentiments.
Planning to try their earbuds. I have to buy one 🙂

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  • Anonymous
  • s87
  • 11 hours ago

Design definitely is a cause of concern during such purchase consideration by any common user, be it Gen X / Y / Z .

Wired ones seem rightly priced and a decent design. We’ve been buying them earlier as well, off the shelf.

Wireless variety seems to be a bit on higher side, considering the existing market competition, though.

But in case the quality compensates, one must definitely consider the purchase. Afterall, we dont go for L1 always for personal preference n choice.

Remember, Nokia went down but didn’t compromise on quality, all these years.

You can consider the purchase from them again, without going into company financials……

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  • Anonymous
  • xq5
  • 15 hours ago

Never buy Nokia earbuds. They don’t work out of the box. Even if they work one side stops working very soon.

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  • Anonymous
  • YUU
  • 21 hours ago

Nah… Stupid earbuds design. Pain in the ears 😵😵

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PixelFan, 22 hours agoI think they realized that their devices aren’t good enough to compete in this market so … moreIt’s suppose to be 10 years, I think. It started on 2016.

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  • PixelFan
  • w4Y
  • 22 hours ago

Alex Christine, 22 hours agoYou know what, Nokia’s phones are not the best at its price but these accessories really … moreI think they realized that their devices aren’t good enough to compete in this market so they seem to be diversifying their business.
It’s not a bad strategy, tbh.

Does anyone remember when exactly HMD’s license to use the Nokia brand name expires?

A4115

You know what, Nokia’s phones are not the best at its price but these accessories really hit tbh.

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