Cell phone handset giant Nokia says profits are down and the next iPhone killer will be late to market. Richard Wray in The Guardian:
Nokia plans to launch the first smartphone based on the platform in the second quarter of this year, shipments are not expected until the third quarter, three months later than the market had hoped. The phone in question is widely believed to be the Nokia N8, a touchscreen phone that has a mammoth 12-megapixel camera. Nokia hopes it will compete head-on with the next generation of the iPhone – expected in the summer – as well as Android handsets such as Google’s Nexus One and the HTC Desire.
Add the N8 to the pile of iPhone killers.