The Finland-based phone maker that is struggling to reverse a slide will take a very aggressive path in the United States: bringing three flagship phones on every carrier with different names and features.
According to the report, Nokia will offer a real PureView camera on AT&T’s network. Codenamed “EOS,” the Nokia handset will offer a 41-megapixel PureView camera with the popular Lumia name on board. For starters, AT&T is Nokia’s favorite carrier in the United States. In fact, AT&T is the sole carrier that offers the Nokia Lumia 920 with contract in the U.S.
Meanwhile, Verizon Wireless will reportedly receive its very own flagship Nokia device, still with Windows Phone operating system in tow. Codenamed “Laser,” Nokia hasn’t announced anything about a high-end device for Verizon yet, but rumor has it that it will offer top-end features similar to the Lumia 920.
And finally, T-Mobile will also offer a new Nokia handset with Microsoft’s mobile operating system. Unlike other Nokia phones with Windows Phone, the T-Mobile exclusive flagship with codename “catwalk” will reportedly boast a full aluminum body, replacing polycarbonate.
So there you have it folks, three different flagship phones on three rival networks in United States.
If accurate, can the three phones outsell the Nokia Lumia 920? Or Nokia’s rival devices like the new HTC One, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S4 and the new Sony Xperia Z? Source.
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