The Next Generation of Nokia Phones (X.3, X.4, and beyond), (Pricing, Software, Updates and etc.)

HMD Global seems to be upping their game, the specifications are getting there, all they need to get their smartphones start selling really well is to price them right The Nokia 8.3 5G is a good example, even though it hasn't been retailed yet, many are complaining due to it's price (starting at €599), which is understandable, however, they don't get the point that the 8.3 5G supports the most 5G Global bands compared to other 5G Flagships that cost double the price of the 8.3 5G, but, personally, 5G isn't really "there" yet, rather, 5G isn't really available for countries/markets like in, India, Malaysia, the Philippines, and etc.

The Next Generation of Nokia Phones (X.3, X.4, and beyond), (Pricing, Software, Updates and etc.)

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HMD Global seems to be upping their game, the specifications are getting there, all they need to get their smartphones start selling really well is to price them right

The Nokia 8.3 5G is a good example, even though it hasn't been retailed yet, many are complaining due to it's price (starting at €599), which is understandable, however, they don't get the point that the 8.3 5G supports the most 5G Global bands compared to other 5G Flagships that cost double the price of the 8.3 5G, but, personally, 5G isn't really "there" yet, rather, 5G isn't really available for countries/markets like in, India, Malaysia, the Philippines, and etc.

Anyways, my main point here, is that Nokia phones are getting good (atleast on paper right now) all that HMD needs to do right now is price their phones right, and release just a few smartphones every year a Nokia smartphone in every smartphone segment (Entry-Level, Budget, Budget Midranger, High-End Midranger, And a Flagship) crammed in with the latest and fitted specification atleast for the price segment (for example; in 2020 they could release a Nokia 7.3 with competitive specifications at a very reasonable price)

Once they reduce the amount of smartphones they release every year, releasing updates for their smartphones would be more efficient and easy rather than, having a large amount of smartphones released in a year and having inconsistent software updates due to the amount of phones they have to support to (looking at you 2018)

And once those smartphones start to become obsolete to software updates and security patches, HMD Global can easily deliver more consistent updates than what they originally could due to the sheer amount of smartphones they used to launch. (2018, again.)

If you have any thoughts regarding to this or regarding to HMD Global and what they should do, then please share you thoughts below at the comments.


Thanks!

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