Nokia Lumia 920 Not Enough To Save The Company?
Article by: Carlo Raphael Diokno, Posted on Feb 23, 2013.
There’s no question Android and iOS hold bigger market share than Nokia and its chosen platform, Windows Phone — so how can Nokia stay in the game of phones? A new report by Reuters suggests that the Finland-based phone maker is betting on cheaper phones and will focus on developing countries to sell more devices.
Unnamed sources tell Reuters that Nokia will add more “basic phones.” So basically, the new article tells that the Nokia Lumia 920 is a bit of a failure or maybe — its sales failed to convince investors that Nokia is moving forward. “After a stuttering campaign to catch up with Apple and Samsung,” the site tells its readers, “Nokia is shifting the focus of its turnaround strategy to regaining domination of cheaper handsets.”
Nokia is believed to offer a new flagship Windows Phone this year, basically a Nokia Lumia 920 successor, but its 2013 strategy will reportedly add more feature phones with cheaper price tags and hopefully convince users to upgrade to its high-end offering later on.
The Nokia Lumia 920 unlocked is still expensive online. In fact, our recent price check shows that the Lumia 920 is still one of the most expensive handsets online — more expensive than Apple iPhone 5 16GB, the Samsung Galaxy S3 and even the new BlackBerry Z10 with BlackBerry 10 mobile operating system. On the other hand, Nokia’s mid-range and entry-level phones are the cheapest, like the Nokia Lumia 710 and the newer Nokia Lumia 620 which ships with Windows Phone 8. Via Reuters.
Unlocked Price check for the Nokia Lumia 920June 9th, 2013