Iskander, 27 Mar 2013Their entire Lumia line is a copy of LG's BL40...Alright, I'll bite, what makes you say that?
Tim, 27 Mar 2013Were you born in 2008? Nokia might have been many things but not a copycat. Their entire Lumia line is a copy of LG's BL40...
Nokia, moving in the right direction, but needs a lot more apps in it's eco system to really compete with Apple or Android. Once it does that, Nokia will be a force....but until then....it's that same old, same old! :(
This just in. WP is beating iOS in the following markets: Azerbaijan, Kiribati, Djibouti, Isle of Man, Brunei, Molvania, and Zembla. Go Windows Phone, go!
po.., 27 Mar 2013slowly bt surely NOKIA will rise again They did have their time but not now Android is just stoping Nokia and Windows to take control. With phones like GS4, Xperia Z, HTC One, I can see with Nokia will compete them. Lime Pie Android 5 coming soon...
What about the Ghost...
notification center homescreen real wallpapers real torrent app file manager themes other than tiles or a major upgrade to the tiles other than juss diffrent sizes. abillity to custimize search button to whatever site you please, Instagram a form of jailbreaking thats allowed from factory so ther no problem upgrading . and then windows phone can really shine
you're yet to get anywhere near 5% in the US or even globally, so until then, STFU.
Signed. A future buyer of a 41MP-touting Nokia Lumia phone.
Anonymous, 27 Mar 2013Bravo they outsell blackberry! They are competing with something that's not available. On the ... moreWhat do you mean they are competing with something that is not available? BlackBerry and iPhone are not available?
koos, 27 Mar 2013WP does defintely not have the market share in south africa, here blackberry has 90% share of ... moreKoos, you are smoking Weet-Bix. BB have nowhere near 90% of the SA market. Could you share some official sources?
Sparton, 27 Mar 2013I was a Windows phone user.. I knew from the beginning that WP will not reach on top because o... moreContrary to most people (fanboys), I actually have a Lumia 920. My main phone is a Nexus 4. I have owned all Nexus phones before, a Motorola Milestone, and also have experience with many non-Nexus Androids.
While my experience with non-Nexus were a hit or miss (last Motorolas and cheap Galaxies - 5, Ace, Young - are definitely a hit, Milestone, top Galaxies and some HTCs were a miss), my experience with the Nexus line has been flawless. My Nexus 4 havent froze or rebooted in 1 month, and my GNex have did so 5 to 10 times for more than a year I used it, all were due to apps misbehaving (and promptly unistalled), nothung with the system. And I have plenty of apps to test (and I do).
The Lumia 920? It's exactly how people say: heavy, bad battery life, and Windows Phone is too simplistic and limited.
Currently, I wouldnt trade my Nexus phone for anything else out there! No Galaxy S4, Xperia Z, any Lumia (Ive tried and didnt work), much less iPhones.
The Nexus ia king. Just king.
Tim, 27 Mar 2013Were you born in 2008? Nokia might have been many things but not a copycat. I was bord in 81. Nokia copied the design of the Sony Ericsson T610 when making the Nokia 6300. I should know cause I had both! Happy now? Everyone copies! Noone copies better than Google! FACT!
Very likely. I am currently using an older (ex-flagship) Samsung Android and thinking of buying a new midrange phone. I'm weighing Nokia Lumia 720 and Sony Xperia SP. The quantity of app in the app store is not a concern for me. I use only around 15 apps regularly on my Android phone. Maybe i'll go for Nokia. Maybe.
WP does defintely not have the market share in south africa, here blackberry has 90% share of the market, but might change since BIS is gone
Frank makes all the windows phone die hard fans very happy!
In fact, it is hard to sell a windows phone! In the market, there are only two main stream: iPhone or Android Base.
Tom, 27 Mar 2013Dude, ur comparing the sales of one phone with 10 phones combined.TRUE