The first hit is scored the marker Nokia is the recent news that more than half of terminals that is now in the market are Nokia and Windows Phone, a fact mainly boosted by sales of Lumia Lumia 710 and 800. The bottom line is that Nokia will continue to grow in this direction, and will soon present new terminal as Lumia 900 of 4.3 “and dual-core processor. True hardware are somewhat behind the current Android mounted terminals, and these supposed characteristics of 900 Lumia also be behind the Android that arise in the future and quite possibly the iPhone 5, but not as important when works well if it comes to market at attractive prices to the user, that is the battle that Nokia can win.
Since Nokia Lumia submit the 710 and 800 so far have sold more than 1 million units enters both models, figures are nothing bad considering that have not yet entered the Chinese market and South America, plan to be carried out in the first half of 2012.
We could say that Nokia is entering a new environment with smartphones, and marketing campaigns are still impressive. They have to make known their new goals and what they can offer the hand of Windows Phone. Nobody said it was easy, because they have to start almost from scratch here, and even bear the idea that poor people have to bring Windows Phone on your mobile, a totally outdated, and that has greatly improved.
Of course not all good news, and in a fit like this it is normal to see many bad Nokia data, but no cause for concern, so are the beginning when you bet on something. Nokia has just released its sales from 2010 to 2011 in smartphones have fallen by 31% with the entry of Windows Phone, and these figures have resulted in a loss of 954 million euros.
But Microsoft knew well the difficulties faced by Nokia this year, and probably also in 2012, and that Redmond paid the Finnish dóalres 250 million by way of support for the platform, and this is just the first of many payments they receive. The estimated total annual Nokia receive from Microsoft is a billion dollars for deciding to use your operating system, and perhaps one of the main reasons why I prefer to Android, as Google would not have supported the case for take forward its draft smartphones.
And all this, how does a Nokia Lumia Windows Phones? For we must recognize that they are great phones, with an operating system very carefully and minimalist, with very Modernist air. The operation is very fluid and natural, but it falls a step behind Android features. And is this a problem? For I believe that not only is a problem, but knowing use it can be a great advantage. The ease of use of Windows Phone is much greater than that of Android, and even allows us to do fewer things, the learning curve required is much simpler.
Surely Android, Apple and Blackberry are going to have to worry more and more from Nokia and Windows Phone, because even if they are taking off, they are doing looking forward, and come stomping with some terminals that work very well, they look great, prices very good and that are known to sell great. The really important thing is that as has happened with the release of WebOS have a new opponent in this battle, and we will benefit most users see mobile handsets and operating systems to get better.
What do you think Windows Phone? Would you change your smartphone by one of these? Or if you have, do you consider to be first choice for a smartphone.