I personally fill so boring the name Microsoft for in the smart phone. NOKIA LUMIA sounds great especially for smart phone.
Windows phone has been dead for a long time.
Lumia is just a walking dead or Zombies.
No Nokia name = No thanks.
I will be waiting until Nokia comes back with Android in 2016.
Anonymous, 07 Nov 2014Why are there no new flagships from Microsoft? Will there ever be a successor to 1020 packing ... moreBecause nobody wants Lumia more expensive than $200 and it is not possible to produce high end phone with WP. Microsoft sells only low ends, if they made midrange or high end no one would buy it.
Lumia 535, a bigger and improved version of the 520. Cheap smartphone with WP8.1 to be as succesfull as the 520.
Not another entry level Lumia device.. C'mon we need a long awaited flagship, a sucessor to the already renowned 1020 with that monster camera. Microsoft you do on improving your software, you are quite years behind that iOS has to offer.
And Nokia should stop releasing entry / midrange and start thinking flagship for 2015. Geez MicroKia, are you guys awake yet?
This might be called lumia 638 or 1230..... Or Microsoft may ditch the Nokia naming scheme completely and come out with a new name altogether
I had Nokia for 17 years in the row but after my WP experience never again. The phones are solid rocks but lacks in everything.especially OS.
On IOS now and happy as a little child with the candy
Why are there no new flagships from Microsoft? Will there ever be a successor to 1020 packing the latest specs which doesn't feel outdated with current trend?
Zeeshan Ahmed Burdi, 07 Nov 2014right bro 735 is better than iphone 6 :)Everything is better than iphone ....
it is a branded nokia for microsoft and nokia branded name gives microsoft to rebranding, its a nokia original nokia ,I love nokia,,,not to microsoft
snap200, 5mp + 1mp selfie.
It should be the Lumia 530 failure replacement.
this is the spec lumia 530 should have been.
also, i am wondering how is the sales figure for lumia 630 or lumia 730.
Microsoft, are you awake?