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With the Devices and Services division gone, Nokia can focus on three core units

Microsoft announced its decision to purchase Nokia’s Devices and Services division for just over $7 billion back in September 2013, and the deal was finalized this past Friday. However, Nokia’s latest earnings report shows that Microsoft definitely has a fixer-upper when it comes to Nokia’s hardware prospects.
 
Nokia’s phone unit saw sales fall by 30 percent from $3.83 billion in Q1 2013 to $2.67 billion in Q1 2014. In addition, the operating loss for the division widened from $101 million one year ago to $424 million for Q1 2014.
 
As for the reason for the declines:
 
On both a year-on-year and sequential basis, our Mobile Phones net sales were affected by competitive industry dynamics, including intense smartphone competition at increasingly lower price points and intense competition at the low end of our product portfolio. Our Smart Devices net sales were affected by competitive industry dynamics including the strong momentum of competing smartphone platforms.
 
Translation: Its budget phones sales continue to dwindle, while Android and iOS competition is leading to sales erosion in the high-end smartphone market.
 

But even with the downward spiral of its [now sold] devices business, Nokia is still a healthy company, posting overall profit of $335 million for the quarter. The company can attribute its strength to its Technologies (patent licensing) division that brought in $119.2 million, HERE maps division that brought in $13.86 million, and, from its Nokia Solutions and Networks division that brought in $299.4 million.
 
The company also has $2.91 billion dollars in cash.
 
With the Devices division now jettisoned, Nokia’s new President and CEO, Rajeev Suri, can build his company around these profitable units.

Rajeev Suri 

"The world of technology is on the verge of a change that we believe will be as profound as the creation of the internet," said Suri. "With our three strong businesses - Networks, HERE and Technologies - and position as one of the world's largest software companies, we are well placed to meet our goal to be a leader in the technologies for a world where everybody and everything is connected."
 
"Our goal is to optimize the company so that each business is best enabled to meet its goals. Where it makes sense to do so, we will pursue shared opportunities between the businesses, but not at the expense of focus and discipline in each."

Sources: Nokia [1] [PDF], [2]



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By Mitch101 on 4/29/2014 10:48:23 AM , Rating: 2
Windows Phone only Down 0.3% in the US and 0.9% in china But UP everywhere else in market share.
http://techcrunch.com/2014/04/27/kantar-windows-ph...

Seems there were bigger losers out there by looking at the numbers and less than 1% seems negligible considering Windows Phone 8.1 that was just released, Windows Phone OS was just made free, Nokia is now a part of Microsoft, and Nokia hasn't released its new hardware refresh yet.

Anyone notice Windows Phone outsold the iPhone in Italy?

No one is expecting Miracles but Windows Phone is holding its own.




By Mitch101 on 4/29/2014 12:05:02 PM , Rating: 2
Yup and someday you will too. Unless you become an iPhone fan now that you have one.


By Reclaimer77 on 4/29/2014 12:14:48 PM , Rating: 2
I don't "have" an iPhone. A company one was forced on me. It will NEVER be my phone.

quote:
Yup and someday you will too.


Wanna bet on that? At this rate it will be a miracle if Windows Phone even survives, much less converts anyone.


By atechfan on 4/29/2014 12:19:16 PM , Rating: 2
Except in Europe, where it is growing?


By Reclaimer77 on 4/29/2014 12:31:30 PM , Rating: 2
By Mitch101 on 4/29/2014 12:56:12 PM , Rating: 2
Yes it is.

Windows Phone thrives in Europe, but struggles in China and the US
http://www.engadget.com/2014/04/28/kantar-phone-sh...


By Reclaimer77 on 4/29/2014 1:34:39 PM , Rating: 2
Both of our links are using the same source for their numbers, Kantar.

I think you need to look at those numbers again. This is anything but 'thriving', and Windows Phone is losing market share there.

"According to their report, Windows Phone in Europe has been experiencing a decline over the past few months. Back in February 2014, its share was down to 9.7% and in March, it dropped further to 8.1%. "

Are you just deliberately lying now? Windows Phone was up from it's year after year growth there, true. But it's clearly backsliding. And for you to stand here and claim that's "thriving" and all is well is just a crock.

Time to go cherry pick another market. I hear Windows Phone is up in San Marino!


By Mitch101 on 4/29/2014 2:05:27 PM , Rating: 2
It you that needs to check your maths.

Read 3mo 2013 vs 3mo 2014 sales are up.

If you sell 2 million in 2013 and you sell 3 million in 2014 your sales have increased from the previous year.

Your confusing Market Share for Sales.


By ChronoReverse on 4/29/2014 3:19:38 PM , Rating: 2
If you sell 25% more but the market itself grew 50% then you are not "thriving".


By retrospooty on 4/29/2014 6:57:21 PM , Rating: 1
"If you sell 2 million in 2013 and you sell 3 million in 2014 your sales have increased from the previous year. Your confusing Market Share for Sales."

Poor Mitch... Doesn't realize that he himself started this thread talking about Market share , not sales... Then when shown marketshare wasnt up, he switches to "sales" and acts like growing slower than the market is a good thing. It can be, but if we are just talkign about one region it isnt.


By Mitch101 on 4/29/2014 8:33:58 PM , Rating: 2
So sad might have to go get some Xanax.

With Windows Phone 8.1 and the Phone OS being free there is more gravy now for manufacturers to put Windows Phone OS on the cheap devices instead of paying royalties for Android allowing them to make more money selling Windows Phones over Androids. Windows Phone os will run buttery smooth on that hardware making for a great customer experience.

Also look forward to the Nokia Lumia 630/635.

When the low end devices start getting Windows Phone things could happen quickly.


By Reclaimer77 on 4/29/2014 8:40:27 PM , Rating: 2
You need a SERIOUS reality check.

The manufacturers aren't paying those royalties. The customers are, because it's coming out of the purchases of each phone. And you can damn well be sure they simply raised the price of the phone a few dollars to compensate for the royalties.

So let's get this straight, in Windows Phone fantasy land, manufacturers are going to "make more money" by offering a platform that barely ANYONE is buying as apposed to Android; a proven selling brand and market leader.

If that makes sense to you....just go take your Xanax.


By Mitch101 on 4/29/2014 8:55:06 PM , Rating: 3
Enjoy

New Windows Phone Hardware Partners

Broadly speaking, our partners overall are the engine of growth for Windows. In addition to our great partners HTC, Huawei, Nokia and Samsung, today in Barcelona we announced we’re now working with nine new Windows Phone partners, including: Foxconn, Gionee, JSR, Karbonn, Lava (Xolo), Lenovo,LG, Longcheer and ZTE. Collectively, Windows Phone partners make up an impressive 56 percent of the global smartphone market, according to IDC.

This is exciting news for phone buyers around the world. With seven of the top 10 global OEMs—in addition to some of the leading brands in China, India and Taiwan— now collaborating with Windows Phone , you can expect to see an incredible new range of devices across screen sizes and price points. And of course we’re committed to delivering this device diversity without compromising the consistent, designed-around-you Windows Phone experience our users have grown to love.


By atechfan on 4/29/2014 9:42:39 PM , Rating: 2
There was basically one Windows Phone manufacturer. Sure, Samsung and HTC dabbled in the market, but put no effort into it. Windows Phone was seriously lacking the variety of phones that Android had. A much as I like the camera on the 1020, I severely miss removable storage and slightly miss a removable battery. Nokia had removable storage on their low end phones, but inexplicably left it off the flagships.

If Samsung had released a Galaxy S equivalent in Window Phone flavour each time they released it for Android, I'd bet Windows Phone marketshare would be at least double what it is now.

Part of this is Microsoft's fault. They put such strict restrictions on Windows Phone 7 approved hardware. That probably turned off Samsung and HTC from taking it more seriously. Now that Windows Phone 8.1 supports a much wider variety of hardware, and has several new partners, the lack of models should hopefully be addressed. I doubt Samsung will do much with it, as they are busy working both Android and Tizen now, but I expect Lenevo will put out some nice models soon.


By Reclaimer77 on 4/29/2014 8:35:34 PM , Rating: 2
^^^

BOOOM!!

It's like talking to the Apple fans with all the moving goalposts. His OP is all about marketshare, I expose the truth, suddenly it's all about sales. wtf?


By Mitch101 on 4/29/2014 9:09:30 PM , Rating: 2
Looks like Samsung is attempting to Abandon you for Tizen and Microsoft.

Samsung to shun Android and release Tizen phones this year
http://www.expertreviews.co.uk/smartphones/1307857...

further evidence of Samsung attempting to distance itself from Google.

Samsung is keen to bolster its revenues by building a new ecosystem around Tizen. If successful, the company would hope to break the app-store dominance of Google and Apple by offering its own software platform.

Yoon said that Android “still needs to be our main business”, but added that Tizen and Windows still had a role to play.


By Reclaimer77 on 4/29/2014 9:19:04 PM , Rating: 2
That's like claiming ALL of Microsoft's OEM's have "shunned" Windows because they make Chromebooks or Android based laptops (HP)...

Just curious, is the Galaxy S5 running Tizen instead of Android?

Dude come back to reality please.


By atechfan on 4/29/2014 9:45:06 PM , Rating: 2
People have made that claim though. I have seen several pundits claim that Android tablets or Chromebooks were signs that manufacturers were abandoning Microsoft.


By retrospooty on 4/29/2014 11:18:47 PM , Rating: 2
Not smart people. Millions of people think that a magic man zapped humanity into existence 7000 years ago despite the mountians of evidence that we evolved and the earth is 4.5 billions years old. That doesnt make them right.


By atechfan on 4/29/2014 9:53:18 PM , Rating: 2
Samsung making Tizen phones isn't a sign that they are abandoning Android. They sell way too many Android phones to cut off Google completely. They will take a wait and see attitude since they have no idea yet if people will abandon Android just to stick with Samsung.

Don't hold your breath on Samsung diving into Windows Phone. Sure, they'll make a model or two. But they were one of the first to jump on board with Windows Phone 7, and then promptly forgot about it. For the near future, Android will be Samsung's main phone OS.


By retrospooty on 4/29/2014 10:39:45 PM , Rating: 2
??? Now its about Tizen? Reclaimer calls you out on moving goalposts and your firsr response is a total relocation of the entire stadium. Your debate skills are even lower than WP's market share. Really, give up. You werent cut out for this you are just... bad at it. Laughably bad.


By Mitch101 on 4/29/2014 10:48:16 PM , Rating: 2
Sad you think I care.


By retrospooty on 4/29/2014 11:13:41 PM , Rating: 2
Again, what does that have to do with anything? No one cares if you care, I was just pointing out how retarded you look. What is with the need to defend anything and everything MS does? Sales are sales, marketshare is marketshare and nothing you say or do will change it. You changing the subject and moving the goalposts wont change it either, it just makes you look desperate and shady.


By Mitch101 on 4/30/2014 10:45:29 AM , Rating: 2
And you and reclaimer troll the windows mobile threads to troll for Android and Anti-Microsoft.

Why are you so hostile toward what 3% and if its failing like you think it is? Why so threatened by Microsoft. Seems foolish to even bother with such a small user base but your both there every time trying to make a point.

I feel sorry for you that your both so threatened by such a small user base.


By retrospooty on 4/30/2014 11:23:27 AM , Rating: 2
"And you and reclaimer troll the windows mobile threads to troll for Android and Anti-Microsoft"

Bah, that is ridiculous. I am a huge MS fan going way back... You need to get some things straight.

- Being vocal about a disappointing product is not trolling or being a "fanboy" for the competition. I am vocal about my disappointment with MS because I like MS and I want them to return to making products, software, and services that people want, not products, software, and services that drive their own internal agendas like they have in recent years.

Your most unhappy customers are your greatest source of learning - Bill Gates

I troll no-one (except sometimes Tony Swash and a few others for fun) and I champion no company. What I don't get is why you defend anything and everything they do. How on earth will MS fix it if everyone gives them a "pass" on their bad moves?

Success is a lousy teacher. It seduces smart people into thinking they can't lose. - Bill Gates

THAT is the problem with MS today.

"Why so threatened by Microsoft. Seems foolish to even bother with such a small user base but your both there every time trying to make a point."

I dont give a crap about Google. I use and defend Android today becasue it is the best OS today. I truly hope WP or some other OS ups thier game and knocks Android off the top of that hill becasue that means there is something better that we can use. You on the other hand care about a company, not what the best products are - you defend MS for some strange reason, but it not productive.


By Labotomizer on 4/30/2014 1:03:31 PM , Rating: 2
I disagree that Android is the best OS today. I spent $280 to "edge up" on Verizon to swap out my 2.5 month old Galaxy Note 3 to go back to Windows Phone. 8.1 is pretty awesome and the keyboard, one of the most important features, is better than SwiftKey, Swype or the Samsung keyboard. And this was after an honest go at it, not just me regurgitating some things I hear other people say. My coworker picked up my phone today and was using the keyboard, first time ever typing on the Windows phone, and he was amazed at how much better it was.

I doubt it was enough to get him to switch. He doesn't like MS and he doesn't like Windows. So that's that. But even a self-proclaimed "hater" told me he thought the keyboard was a "game changer". Pretty impressive praise.

I don't fault people for liking Android better and can even see the reasons they do just like I don't fault them for preferring iOS. Windows Phone has been lacking in several areas. Hell, I wouldn't have even tried a Note 3 if MS hadn't taken so long to release the 8.1 update. Right now their biggest problem isn't lack of apps, it's not even market share. It's the slow pace of updates.

I suppose if you count Update 1, 2 and 3 as minor revisions and 8.X releases as major it's okay. But considering they've been playing catch up in just the base OS all this time it needs to be BETTER than the others. WP8.1 finally brings the OS itself on the same level as Android and iOS (in my opinion, I should add). Cortana combining the features of Google Now and Siri is pretty awesome. The Action/Notification center were MUCH needed additions. Swipe being built in took care of that issue for me. VPN support is nice. OneApp publishing across Xbox, Windows and WP is a major win.

Will it convince someone who really, really likes Android or iOS to switch? I highly doubt it. Will it convince someone who isn't 100% happy with either platform to try it? I think it will. And that's all MS can really do at this point. If you are happy with what you have now then why does it matter if some of us prefer WP? (except those who seem to think that makes everyone else an idiot or the enemy...)


By retrospooty on 4/30/2014 1:42:05 PM , Rating: 2
Its a personal choice. It's the best for someone like me that likes freedom and experimentation. IOS is a walled garden, Android it totally open and WP is a good balance in the middle. I like the improvements in WP8.1 and it really is getting close. They are headed in the right direction with that and with Win8.2 (or whatever they will call the August update) with the hybrid start menu/live tiles. - love it.

Anyhow, the point of the post was not Android vs WP, it was for Mitch to stop defending anything and everything MS does and to stop being offended any time someone disagrees with a move MS has made. If people werent up in arms about SP's lacks and Win8's horrible UI, we wouldnt have WP8.1 and the start menu hybrid back. - Check Bill Gates quote above, it says it all.


By Labotomizer on 4/30/2014 4:02:14 PM , Rating: 2
My comment went off on a tangent. The overall point was that there is plenty of room for three players. I can appreciate why people like others and I can appreciate there are things people don't like about WP and vice versa. I don't understand why it has to be so much nonsense. I don't know that MS could put out a Windows Phone version that was good enough to convert someone who loves Android, loves the custom roms or is heavily vested in the Google Ecosystem.

As long as they sell enough to keep moving forward, speed up the updates and I continue to enjoy it I really don't care if they're 5th, 3rd or 1st in overall sales.


By Mitch101 on 4/30/2014 5:07:50 PM , Rating: 1
I've stated many times the things I don't like about MS products but I don't make a mountain out of minor issues either.

Amazing how agitated you and reclaimer can get about a market share you both claim is not a threat to your world dominance. If its declining into obscurity why even post when you know in your mind that it will be gone?


By retrospooty on 4/30/2014 9:49:17 PM , Rating: 2
You have a very odd view of reality. I will just leave it at that.


By Reclaimer77 on 4/29/2014 11:49:25 PM , Rating: 2
quote:
Your debate skills are even lower than WP's market share.


AHAHAHA!!!!

ZING! OH man, you ruled with that one.


By 429vet on 5/1/2014 6:13:06 PM , Rating: 2
quote:
AHAHAHAH!!!!
quote:
ZING1 OH man, you ruled with that one.


Dude...seriously, give the knee pads a rest


By cokbun on 4/30/2014 2:09:56 AM , Rating: 3
i am actually waiting for lumia 635 to come out, and got pretty bored with android


Sales
By Wererat on 4/29/2014 10:46:15 AM , Rating: 2
"Translation: Its budget phones were being assaulted by lower-priced offerings from competitors, while Android and iOS smartphones were eating into its smartphone sales."

I really don't think so* (see DT's other articles on market share); what this means is that the net $ figure on sales is down. Good smartphone prices are radically down from a few years back, and so feature phones are next-to-valueless.

*WP market share is down slightly year-over-year, but as the market expands, everyone is still selling more volume.




RE: Sales
By melgross on 4/29/2014 10:55:20 AM , Rating: 2
They sold fewer phones.


RE: Sales
By Brandon Hill (blog) on 4/29/2014 10:57:49 AM , Rating: 3
According to Reuters:

quote:
The Finnish company said the sales decline resulted primarily from decreasing demand for its cheaper phones, but smartphone sales also fell.


http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/04/29/us-nokia...


RE: Sales
By Mint on 4/29/2014 11:40:08 AM , Rating: 2
That no doubt is true, but your sentence made it sound like Nokia's main problem was competitors undercutting them on price.

Reuters, AFAICS, is pointing out what we've known for years: Nokia's feature-phone business is on its deathbed.


RE: Sales
By Brandon Hill (blog) on 4/29/2014 11:42:56 AM , Rating: 2
You're right. I'll adjust my wording.


RE: Sales
By Reclaimer77 on 4/29/2014 11:59:44 AM , Rating: 3
Nokia's entire phone business is on it's deathbed.

Honestly, when has Microsoft ever ran a successful device division? And it took the Xbox, what, a decade to become profitable?

I tried telling you guys years ago, but you wouldn't hear it. Microsoft has no clue how to manage Windows Phone or deliver competitive devices.


RE: Sales
By atechfan on 4/29/2014 12:12:27 PM , Rating: 3
Still healthier than Motorola's phone division.


RE: Sales
By Reclaimer77 on 4/29/14, Rating: 0
RE: Sales
By atechfan on 4/29/2014 12:20:14 PM , Rating: 2
That was true, but they have a bunch of new partners and a new pricing scheme.


RE: Sales
By nafhan on 4/29/2014 12:32:02 PM , Rating: 2
I think you might be confusing WP and Windows.


RE: Sales
By atechfan on 4/29/2014 5:28:27 PM , Rating: 2
No, WP is free now. No licensing. MS announced a bunch of new partners, including a few big ones like Lenevo.


RE: Sales
By Reclaimer77 on 4/29/2014 7:23:31 PM , Rating: 2
Why would there be licensing when they're the only ones who are going to be making WP's? LOL I mean....okay.


RE: Sales
By atechfan on 4/29/2014 9:49:01 PM , Rating: 2
Are you purposely ignoring the half dozen new Windows Phone partners that we keep telling you about? Just because you haven't heard of them doesn't mean they don't sell lots of phones. The Indian and Chinese device makers that have signed up are among the largest sellers in their respective countries, which, if you haven't noticed, have quite a few people.


RE: Sales
By nafhan on 4/30/2014 9:32:03 AM , Rating: 2
So... these "partners" do they have devices coming out soon?


RE: Sales
By atechfan on 4/30/2014 5:59:06 PM , Rating: 2
Most likely they do. Unlike earlier versions of Windows Phone that were overly restrictive in the area of hardware requirement, today a company that is already making Android phones can probably use the exact same hardware to make a Windows Phone. Targeting Indian and Chinese manufacturers may not excite you, but they are the fastest growing markets right now.


RE: Sales
By nafhan on 5/1/2014 9:31:27 AM , Rating: 2
So, you don't know.


RE: Sales
By Wererat on 4/30/2014 12:04:24 PM , Rating: 2
Sorry, but I went by the Nokia report, not the press:

"The year-on-year decline in discontinued operations unit volumes was due to lower Mobile Phones unit volumes,
partially offset by higher Smart Devices unit volumes."
(p.12)


Doomed platform, now owned by a doomed company
By jnemesh on 4/29/14, Rating: 0
By peterrushkin on 4/29/2014 1:03:37 PM , Rating: 1
Thats the problem with Indian CEO's. They are totally clueless.

No wonder Nokia is doing so bad. Another Indian CEO.

When will shareholders get it. Appoint an Indian and kiss the companies ass good-BYE!


By atechfan on 4/29/2014 9:57:10 PM , Rating: 3
That Indian hasn't had any time to do anything wrong. He's just taken the post and you are blaming him for past results?

I think MS shareholders are happy with their new Indian CEO so far. Share prices are up.

You are an idiot.


Of course sales were down
By atechfan on 4/29/2014 12:18:42 PM , Rating: 2
It had been forever since Nokia launched a new flagship. They were wasting time on the Nokia X project. Re-launching the 920 in different skins for different carriers was not cutting it.

Now that the sale to MS is complete, and new models are finally launching, things might turn around. Revisit this in 6 months and I expect better numbers.




RE: Of course sales were down
By Mitch101 on 4/29/2014 8:54:02 PM , Rating: 2
Its a top to bottom you have the Nokia Lumia 630/635 for the low end and the Nokia ICON, Superman, and 930 for the top end but thats just Nokia.

New Windows Phone Hardware Partners

Broadly speaking, our partners overall are the engine of growth for Windows. In addition to our great partners HTC, Huawei, Nokia and Samsung, today in Barcelona we announced we’re now working with nine new Windows Phone partners, including: Foxconn, Gionee, JSR, Karbonn, Lava (Xolo), Lenovo , LG , Longcheer and ZTE . Collectively, Windows Phone partners make up an impressive 56 percent of the global smartphone market, according to IDC.

This is exciting news for phone buyers around the world. With seven of the top 10 global OEMs— in addition to some of the leading brands in China, India and Taiwan— now collaborating with Windows Phone , you can expect to see an incredible new range of devices across screen sizes and price points. And of course we’re committed to delivering this device diversity without compromising the consistent, designed-around-you Windows Phone experience our users have grown to love.


What's the point of Windows Phone?
By tonyswash on 4/29/14, Rating: -1
RE: What's the point of Windows Phone?
By atechfan on 4/29/2014 12:28:39 PM , Rating: 3
MS wants a top to bottom enterprise solution, everything from server to desktop to mobile. Profit from the hardware is secondary. With the transition to focusing more on service subscriptions, the more they can include with that subscription, the more appealing it is.

Plus, more people on Microsoft's mobile platform means more revenues for Bing ads. Google has proven you can run a very profitable business solely on advertising.


RE: What's the point of Windows Phone?
By tonyswash on 4/29/2014 2:03:43 PM , Rating: 1
quote:
MS wants a top to bottom enterprise solution, everything from server to desktop to mobile. Profit from the hardware is secondary. With the transition to focusing more on service subscriptions, the more they can include with that subscription, the more appealing it is


OK - but why do they need a mobile OS to offer that? Why not just offer solutions on all mobile device platforms, why specifically do they need their own OS?

BTW - wanting to do everything is exactly how Microsoft got itself in such a peripheral position in the new tech markets. Trying to do everything means not focusing.


By atechfan on 4/29/2014 5:33:27 PM , Rating: 2
They are doing that as well. They've ported Office to iOS and next to Android. But they have no control over those two platforms, so the best they can do is make some apps for them.


By themaster08 on 4/29/2014 4:45:19 PM , Rating: 3
quote:
There is absolutely no chance that Microsoft will ever make a penny of profit from selling Windows Phone OS licences
Well of course not, since Windows Phone is now free for OEMs to license.

quote:
Why not just focus on making Microsoft software/services available and widely used across all mobile platforms?
Why doesn't Google ditch Android and focus on providing their services on all platforms? After all, Android makes no money for Google. What is your problem with their being alternatives?

Whilst Windows Phone's market share is paltry to say the least, the satisfaction ratings of Windows Phone users are very high. I'm a Windows Phone user, and I don't want to be forced to use either Android or iOS, because people like you think it's a good idea for Microsoft to ditch Windows Phone and focus on providing their services on other platforms (which they already do, more so than Apple or Google).

What you are forgetting is that this is Microsoft you're talking about. Do you think they're going to bow out of mobile that easily? They've just completed their purchase of Nokia's devices and services. This is obviously part of a long term strategy, and one which Microsoft is dedicated to.


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