IF all lumias are worldwide available now..they might have sold 44 million lumias!!!!!=) GO Nokia!!! You will always be the best..YOU are there already before they arrived!! YOU are the real king for mobile phones and smartphones!!!
very surprissing for me....i,never bought a nokia phone because of its symbian but suggested other people to buy nokia phone. why ? for their build quality , for their service after purchase, their easily availiblity of parts. why suggested other people to buy nokia symbian phone? a/c to source only 20 % of smartphone users get online and rest 80% of smartphone users never get conectedwith internet...wonder why they need smartphone.
AnonD-79590, 10 Jan 2013Nokia, drop the pride and join the Android army! I'd gladly buy an Android Nokia phone with Pu... moreno!nokia will make android just in ultra dangerous situation(hope i won't see android nokia),but wp will get stronger,bigger market share...
AnonD-79590, 10 Jan 2013Nokia, drop the pride and join the Android army! I'd gladly buy an Android Nokia phone with Pu... moreBut most people would not. Look at Lumia 920, what is that thing? More than 180 gram, its thick and huge, got extreme bezel size, and in this big heavy package all we find is a 4.5inch display and a ridiculous 2000 mah battery. Theres no engineering art here, no innovation, pure plastic and the design is already old from N9.
Look at what Sony squeezed into a ssame width and much slimmer package, longer but less than 8mm thick, you will find shatterproof tempered glass all around and a fiber glass polyamide frame, AND its waterproof and has a great camera. Lets dip the 920 for a while and see what good the OIS is now.
I want to see high tech materials in a Nokia very soon, even Samsung is using super materials, like a magnesium bracket, in Note 2 for example, LOOK what samsung fitted at the same weight and thinner profile, now to many people thats innovation. 5.5 inch, quadcore, 2GB, cardslot, a digitizer and even a pen for the digitizer is inside, and the battery has 55% more juice! FIFTYFIVE PERCENT! Now, imagine if nokia made the Note 2, it would look like a monster, it would be the biggest brick since Motorola Dynatac.
And the same goes for other Lumia models. Thick, heavy and tiny batteries. Please make a hightech flagship nokia, it takes more than an OIS to impress.
chatr, 10 Jan 2013apple is falling due to the lack of innovation aswell people are getting smarter realizing iph... moreuntil the apple falling they have vveeeerryy looooooooong waiting lines for every piece of sh_t they launch. nobody can make this until now. maybe in 2030 apple will fall :))))
4.4million is not a big number:-)!...they have sold 4million in q1 or q2..but the finns are doing well!
Nokia, drop the pride and join the Android army! I'd gladly buy an Android Nokia phone with PureView camera!!
Anonymous, 10 Jan 2013Not if they don't lower their prices (same equivalent phones from other brands are considerabl... more"same equivalent phones from other brands"...but there aren't same equivalent phones from other brands:)
i dont why anything celebration
4,4m lumia is a utter failture. forget about third ecosystem.
chatr, 10 Jan 2013apple is falling due to the lack of innovation aswell people are getting smarter realizing iph... moremost of the people just want to use the phone for random normal operations, no to control the tv from a app to show how cool and same time useless it is. that's just an example. being too complex it's not that good.
mohd, 10 Jan 2013nokia will dominate the market again in few yearsNot if they don't lower their prices (same equivalent phones from other brands are considerably cheaper), and if they stay with MS as the OS has no where near as many users and is unlikely to build up their user base very large.
I wish people would stop mentioning Apple. Who gives a stuff about Apple we love Nokia
AnonD-39775, 10 Jan 2013you have never owned an iphone 5. it is obvious...apple is falling due to the lack of innovation aswell people are getting smarter realizing iphone ui is a box and have a open platform like android the customization iis endless
Loved the picture of the hand passing the rolls of cash..
Nokia is perhaps the finest example of failing to keep up with the trends, losing the upper hand, and then admitting it, and coming up with a new plan, and slowing succeeding with it.
As a long-time Nokia user (my first phone was a Nokia 3310 back in 2001) I'm genuinely happy for them.