Wednesday, August 8, 2007
Oh, and I forgot to mention something I read attributed to Nokia's head of communications, the link for which can be found here -
So here goes..
"It's also unclear whether Nokia's chipset development changes will mean cheaper phones. The chipset is just one component in a mobile phone and among several factors that influence pricing, Suominen said."
The way I read this ...
"Hey QualComm, know your place. We, the phone-makers, control your fortunes."
So, what would the chip-set makers say in response to this statement that is laden with an assumption of supremacy?