Say what you want to say but when it comes to mobile phone ownership in the Philippines,\u00a0Nokia\u00a0is still number one.\u00a0 We know that the iPhone and a bevy of Android handsets have taken control of the mobile phone market in other parts of the world but a survey by TNS revealed that in the Philippines, Nokia is still the brand owned by a majority of Filipinos. The Mobile Life 2012 study by TNS showed that 64% percent of the respondents revealed they currently own a Nokia phone.\u00a0 This is lower than the 70% ownership share in a similar study held in 2010 but 64% is still a huge market share. It\u2019s not a secret that Nokia is still one of the most trusted brands in the country.\u00a0 It also offers some of the cheapest handsets and in a country mired by poverty, the cheapest phones get chosen by most users, so long as they serve the purpose and are tough enough for daily use. \u00a0Android is the leading platform nowadays and it appears that it will only continue to grow in the coming years. \u00a0Unless Nokia does something about its declining sales worldwide, even it\u2019s position in the Philippines may change very soon. Nokia is confident about its position in the Philippines, though.\u00a0 Dharmesh Goshalia, General Manager of Nokia Philippines is proud that despite the deluge of other mobile phone brands, Nokia remains in the consciousness of Filipinos.\u00a0 The company is also confident about 2012 as it sets to launch Windows Phone devices in the Philippines. \u00a0It also plans on releasing more dual-SIM and QWERTY devices.