Video: Two Steves are better than one – iPhone 4 parody.

| February 11, 2011 | 13 Replies

In desperate attempt to recover any hope for this current situation, here’s a parody video of the iPhone 4 advert “Two is better than one” AT&T/verizon commercial. Can Two Steves be better than the one (albeit, the mightiest of Steves)? Or is the real competition a little green robot. Vid is a silly mashup from Nokia Conversations video earlier today.

There have been an overwhelming amount of comments today. I haven’t read them all but I came across this one which sounds promising as a Nokia fan.

…The world today is becoming polar. This great partnership is another in testament to the Google – microsoft wars. Picture it, Google search vs bing. Windows vs chrome. Wp7 vs android. Xbox vs PS (psp phone shows ps is google inclined). And now, gmaps vs ovi maps. Nokia vs others.

On the long run, nokia is sure to benefit from their partnership with microsoft. You need to understand that nokia says windows phone (and not wp7) is their primary os. Wp7 cant run on cheap hardware and thats how nokia makes most of its profit. Microsoft would be building new iterations of windows phone to cater for the global audience.

According to the partnership, Nokia has the right to customize without limitations, the wp interface. Good news for us who aren’t a fan of windows tiles.

Nokia is not just any manufacturer. The partnership between nokia and windows cannot be compared to say, that between them and samsung. Nokia are now co owners of the platform and as such, maintain their originality.

Many of us symbian fans may be pissed today but the truth is, we would have no choice in future but to buy these windows phones. ask why? Do you have a windows pc? If i know microsoft, they would market these devices as a must have for windows users. These phones would have syncronization with pc at heart. Its just like why mac users always buy iphones.

This is a winning move for nokia. They might loose the worlds largest title in Q2 but will sure regain it latest, Q1 next year when the windows phone devices gain ground.



Category: Nokia, Windows Phone

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