I saw a brick and mortar Nokia store today in a high end mall in Singapore. The store had 2-3 onlookers, but nothing to sway customers to make a purchase on the spot. They don’t have the 900 on sale just yet, and the 800 costs about $500 USD. Subsidies are unavailable, which can cause a huge impact in sales.
Another note: the iPhone has a strong presence in Singapore, but so do several other brands, like HTC and Samsung. Both companies also have dedicated stores the their brands in the country. What really struck me was the tablet usage: the iPad represented roughly 90% of the tablets I saw in the 5 or so train rides I’ve been on thus far.