“I am not happy. I said we needed to sell six million in three years, and we sold one-third of that. We need to make some changes,” said Anssi Vanjoki, head of Nokia’s Multimedia division, which produces N-Gage.”
Some of those changes have already been announced, including adding the software that powers the N-Gage to other Nokia smartphones, but Nokia does plan to continue selling and supporting the N-Gage.
It’s nice to actually see a company admit that a product hasn’t been a success instead of trying to explain away the results…
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