Nokia Lumia's is the trend setter in Windows Phone and they're the ones who bear the Flag! these hoe's(htc, alcatel, huawei and including samsung in the near future) will just follow its lead and design. no one can beat lumia line in Windows Phone, for they have the best in house apps and best support.
cnick, 16 Oct 2012And I see HTC's One X camera design on the back ...
What's the point with all that copy thing ...That's why I love Sony and Nokia, they are innovators.
I love what WP has done to mobiles - make them colorful and look happy again.
With iPhone and most Android phones, what you got were sobre black ones and an occasional white which everyone thought was cool.
I want more - I want Yellow. I want Red, Blue and Purple.
And its WP phones that seem to offer this.
mista calais is stup, 16 Oct 2012just because you cannot afford dont call us stupid. Sour grape...It's more of "more money than sense" which applies to you then. :-D
European Ninja, 16 Oct 2012Android is free (ie. licence fee free) I believe, and MS is charging somewhere around $70 per unit.no its 15 or 20 $ ive read somewhere
Zao, 15 Oct 2012It seems like all companies are embracing WP-OS, (of course except Apple, Moto and Sony), Noki... moreyeah wp8 looks pretty damn good of what we've seen so far , definitively a lot better than wp7 no wonder there choosing it.
First htc now huawei to copy Nokia Lumia, I think Nokia is too nice no wonder they are losing shares if it was apple are Samsung it would sue someone everyday
Are we really seeing companies follow (copy?) Nokia's Lumia designs? Come on! Innovate. Don't imitate.
It's akin to Apple's Macs and PCs... One leads, the others follow. Is this what the Apple side feels like?
European Ninja, 16 Oct 2012Android is free (ie. licence fee free) I believe, and MS is charging somewhere around $70 per unit.Actually, let me correct myself: $70 for Windows, I don't know how much for WP7 or WP8.
Android itself is free, but OEMs have to pay for GMS that's for sure.
aaptk, 16 Oct 2012less than google for android, actuallyAndroid is free (ie. licence fee free) I believe, and MS is charging somewhere around $70 per unit.
Hi, 16 Oct 2012I wonder how much Microosft charges for its Mobile OSless than google for android, actually
Sony, Nokia & Sa, 16 Oct 2012I see a Lumia hereAnd I see HTC's One X camera design on the back ...
What's the point with all that copy thing ...