They learned from other presentations, he was very good indeed, especially in answering journalists like how about a new topdevice. He said that they were bringing the top device elements into the cheaper new phones.
Handset vendor Nokia is reportedly putting in steady orders to its panel providers such as Innolux Corporation, which is expected to help Innolux bump up its revenues in 2013, according to Taiwan-based supply chain sources.
The sources said Innolux has obtained 30-35% of orders for panels used in Nokia handsets, including entry-level, midrange and high-end handsets, becoming Nokia's largest handset panel supplier.
Nokia has mostly aimed at selling entry-level and midrange handsets in emerging markets during recent years such as China, India and countries throughout Africa. This has created demand for small- to medium-size panels, which will be a major factor in driving Innolux's performance throughout 2013, said the sources.
These yahoo-boards are a joke anyway with i.d.i.o.t.s., f.r.e.a.k.s. and s.p.a.m.m.e.r.s.. If you remove these 3 categories from any Yahoo-board one would only need 5 minutes each day to read all topics.
Already 16 percent in Poland, 13 percent in Italy..
Bernstein has always been a biased basher for the last months concerning Nokia. The samen guy who called three AT&T stores in november.
They forgot to mention Italy..
nothing but i.d.i.o.t.s. and spam
Nice, thx. Only at the end of the article where the 610 is mentioned it has to be the 610, because the 620 wasn't available last quarter 2012.
I went long from 2,30 to 3,70, that run was far to quick. Keep doing the math. Even at 3,30 the marketcap is 210 million dollar. They have to have a profit of 10 million to own a P/E of 20 at this stockprice. That ain't gonna happen this year. Did they ever made profit by the way?
It probably will never go back to 6 dollar, their phonebusiness can't compete anymore, they had a few good years though. Gaming never took off and is a failure. Now they seem diversifying into a sort of real estate firm. They probably will end like xing, the went from a phonebusiness to mining to delisted.