I would hope it comes to Canada. With Rogers, all we have are the Nokia 520, 635 and 830. No REAL flagship.
Makes little sense, this US exclusivity nonsense. If you develop a unit, chanses are you make more money back, thus improving profit margin if you release it in more markets. Sure, there are exceptions, where you have a unit for other markets that are close in specification. But in this case, the M9 would have little competetion, even from competitors. Keep in mind that the Lumia series no longer will come with Nokia branding, so it's not like they have to compete with the nokia brand name in other markets (where nokia used to be a major player, in diference to the US market)
Hopefully, they will be able to sell 3% or more of the phones produced.
Oh HTC ...Release this phone in India and Europe.. your profit margins ll rise over the roof...
Anonymous, 04 Feb 2015Well, that's bullshit, HTC.your comment is
I would have bought it, but sadly it is now
1:0 for Lumia 940 vs HTC Hima
Actually I love htc devices just because of its quality but after Nokia. If won't care Indian customers then we won't care HTC.
More over they are very few fans of HTC here in India ( for its wp since windows 6 days). Now congrats HTC we won't trouble you anymore.