What I still don't get...
When you are up to your neck in shit, like Nokia have been, they decided to pick a smarphone platform with a non-existant marketshare (lower than Bada!), that clearly customers don't want, a platform that allows very little in the way of customisation, so they products look just like the other companies that have been forced by Microsoft (as part of the Android licensing extortion racket) to make some handsets (HTC/Samsung).
Had Nokia gone Android, they could have turned their smarthone marketshare around, made Android phones that were different to all the other Android phones (as HTC, Samsung and SE have done). Instead they make some Windows Mobile 7 crap that nobody wants and looks like all the other unwanted Windows Mobile 7 stuff gathering dust on the shelves.