Samsung diprediksi bernasib seperti Nokia, BB.

Samsung Diprediksi bernasib seperti Nokia

Kirt McMaster, CEO perusahaan modifikasi software Android, Cyanogen, mengatakan bahwa Samsung bakal bernasib sama seperti Nokia."Pabrikan lapis satu seperti Samsung nasibnya akan seperti Nokia dalam lima tahun ke depan," ujar McMaster. "Mereka akan dibantai," imbuhnya.McMaster menambahkan, kasus-kasus seperti itu sudah sering terjadi di industri smartphone. "Tengoklah apa yang terjadi pada Research In Motion (kini BlackBerry), Nokia," ujarnya.


Sebelumnya, CEO Motorola, Rick Osterloh, juga sempat meramalkan hal yang sama. Menurut dia, Samsung tak lama lagi akan bernasib sama seperti Siemens, BlackBerry, dan Nokia.Samsung akan mengikuti siklus tujuh tahunan, di mana dalam kurun waktu tersebut, perusahaan yang telah populer akan mengalami nasib yang tidak menentu."Setiap tujuh tahun, ia (perusahaan) yang berada di posisi puncak di pasar akan dilupakan," demikian ujar Osterloh dalam wawancaranya dengan Forbes,Bisnis smartphone Samsung memang sedang turun. Pendapatannya turun lebih dari 40 persen pada tahun 2014 dibandingkan dengan tahun sebelumnya.(kompascom)



Samsung is predicted to end up like Nokia
Kirt McMaster, CEO of the company's Android software modifications, Cyanogen, said that Samsung will suffer the same fate as Nokia. "Tier one manufacturers such as Nokia Samsung fate will be in the next five years," said McMaster. "They will be slaughtered," imbuhnya.McMaster added, such cases it is often the case in the smartphone industry. "Look what happened to Research In Motion (BlackBerry now), Nokia," he said.


Previously, CEO of Motorola, Rick Osterloh, also had predicted the same thing. According to him, Samsung will soon suffer the same fate as Siemens, BlackBerry, and Nokia.Samsung will follow seven-year cycle, which in this period, the company which has been popular for an uncertain fate. "Every seven years, he ( companies) who are in the top position in the market will be forgotten, "he said in an interview with Forbes Osterloh, Samsung's smartphone business is being dropped. Its revenue fell more than 40 percent in 2014 compared with the previous year.

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