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VentureBeat says Nokia Lumia 800 “matters more than you think”

| December 12, 2011 | 59 Replies

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 Devindra  from VentureBeat published an article saying that this Nokia Lumia 800 Windows Phone handset matters more than people think. Whilst there are other Windows Phone manufacturers, there’s just something else about Nokia that makes their handsets much more of a head turner.
  • Lumia 800 represents the viability of their (Nokia/MS) joint mobile future.
  • Nokia, meanwhile, was still trying to shoehorn its aging Symbian operating system into touchscreen interfaces
  • Nokia never lost its knack for killer hardware
  • company couldn’t keep wasting time on MeeGo
  • The fact that the Lumia 800 exists at all is a sign that Microsoft and Nokia’s partnership is already paying off
  • significant feat that Nokia was able to announce and release the Lumia 800 in international markets before the end of the year
  • A phone unlike the competition
  • (despite some missing features) in many ways a high-end device that will turn heads
  •  looks and feels completely unlike any phone on the market — except of course Nokia’s own N9 (which they say was to launch 800’s design)
  • (A lot of praises for hardware stuff)
  • After using the Lumia 800 for several weeks, it’s hard not to imagine where Microsoft and Nokia are headed
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 Now, thanks to the Windows Phone platform, Nokia can focus on developing its killer hardware without worrying about managing an operating system of its own.
  • Windows Phone once again gives Nokia a gateway to the US phone market.
  • As the premiere Windows Phone maker, carriers will be fighting tooth and nail for Nokia’s phones.
  • Microsoft’s partnership with Nokia is unprecedented, and it will open doors for Windows Phone internationally.
Source:  Venturebeat

Cheers BieberLover for the tip!

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