Nokia to Buy Palm?
Nokia is still by far the world’s leading producer of mobile phones. However, it has lost a good amount
The acquisition of Palm after his successful return to the forefront of mobile handsets with new models and com Pre WebOS operating system would be more direct formula for Nokia to catch up.
Land-based lost market share declines from 41 to 35 percent in just three months, accompanied by a final financial report disappointing and that has made its first negative result in a decade.
Would Palm be interested in cooperation with Nokia? Probably yes. Especially to complement its high-end U.S. and the Finnish giant also be prepared for the multitude of models with Android that are about to hit the market. Can he do it? It is less clear, Nokia would have to spend over 2,000 million dollars in such an acquisition and a good amount added marketing and distribution.