Yours truly on the news that the Nokia brand may make a comeback:
Nah, just kidding. Get real. How could a company that is now little more than an ancient brand name compete against mighty Apple, Samsung, and the Android juggernaut in the smartphone industry? Seriously? Who would think that such a thing could happen? Has anything so crazy happened before?
In my math, an industry leader can be defeated by an upstart when it introduces a product that is obviously better in many ways than the status quo and industry leaders, but priced about the same. Or, when the upstart introduces a competing product that is as good as the status quo in many ways, but is priced much less.
That happened with the iPhone. As to the new Nokia, move along; nothing to see here.