Every well-crafted wisely conducted organization, both systematically and ideologically, is constructed with complex materials. The more all-around an empire is, the more confusing procedures an emperor should enroll.
Systematically, though, a human’s body is millions of light years more complex than, say, a round-worm. Although the latter has undergone Darwin Natural Selection quite perfectly, the whole of its organic complexities are no close to just a human’s heartbeat.
The whole point of all this off-tech info is that talking about giants is far off from reviewing it mono-dimensionally. It’s always multi-faceted.
Nokia for example, is the jewel of such topics. And I won’t dive into it. It’s Jolla users after all. The one of many factors that led to this hemorrhagic incline of Nokia, as many put it, is being late to the game. Some might agree and some refuse to. Admittedly, however, in today’s ever changing smartphone and smart device world, a company should always see itself embattled by new full HP firms. From this perspective, a recent document from Cupertino reveals that they will be in a deep red situation if Apple doesn’t respond to consumer’s likings. People are increasingly wanting larger than 4inch screen mobiles bundled with reasonable price tags. The massive YoY growth slump is badly alerting over there and therefore marketing head, Phil Schiller, is requesting more Ads to combat Samsung.
That’s one for being late to the game.
Now who’s as fast as photons? Yup. Tier one Android OEMs.
Sony – I go blind over disarming VAIO – is slapping everyone with six months a flagship plan and, yes I know, Samsung is not ashamed of throwing any or every kind of devices to the wall, with no friendly manner.
In the short term though, the underwhelming overhaul that is done to previous flagships and packing them as new ones may cement their footholds but it’s becoming more and more doubtful.
Folks over Pocketnow have covered some of the complaints over some very new flagships. Just to name and shame, Sony Xperia Z2 and Samsung Galaxy S5.
Seemingly though, finding defects in Xperia phones is apparently quite normal. But recently the frequency of — “OMG what the hell!” a Z2 owner shouted– has raised dramatically. In response, Sony will accept to check these ill-fated devices .However, if your phone gets blazingly hot when shooting 4K, well, don’t. It’s how Sony thinks consumers should do. Don’t capture 4K vids more than 4 minutes, Sony says.
Samsung, on the other hand, seeks 300,000 $ from a Korean newspaper, Electronic Times, for its false claims – that’s how Samsung thinks, not me actually. The Korean news agency has reported that Samsung experienced countless pains in adjusting the array of the six lenses inside GS5’s camera.
Interestingly though, the Electronic Times stands still on its claim citing the report was fully credible. Well, this action makes me believe in these folks.
The verdict is, will this rapid smartphone deployment to the market harm the reputation?
I think there’s no need to show up the picture in which a guy’s Jolla smartphone broke the floor with some superficial scratches instead. Designed by Finns. You want more?
Okay we also show the picture!