It's all a matter of perspective. While I like Tomi and generally agree with some of his points and I certainly dislike Elop and would agree that he is a terrible CEO, those graphs are just plain wrong. It all boils down to what you call a smartphone and it has been discussed over and over. If you count any phone that can do email and web and whatnot a smartphone then yes in 2010 Nokia did ship more smartphones than Samsung and Apple, but everyone and I really mean everyone knew that Nokias offerings weren't in the same league as the ones with iOS/Android. The consumers didn't perceive them as being in the same class and that's what matters.