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    Default Data shows that interest in Nokia Lumia models is growing



    With the smartphone camera becoming the new battleground for smartphone manufacturers, it is no surprise that interest in Nokia Lumia models has been picking up. According to Google Trends, search requests for Nokia Lumia models is at an all-time high. Much of this comes from the ability of Nokia's high-end models to take great pictures in less than optimal lighting conditions.

    The surge in interest for Nokia Lumia models isn't coming from just one model. It includes the high-end phones like the Nokia Lumia 928 all the way down to the Nokia Lumia 520. Of course, the challenge for Nokia is turning all of this interest into sales. Right now, it looks like BlackBerry is in the midst of a sharp drop in U.S. market share according to data from Kantar WorldPress.

    From May 2012 to 2013, BlackBerry's U.S. market share dropped from 4.6% to .7% while Windows Phone has seen its slice of the U.S. smartphone pie rise to 4.5% from 3.7% in the same time period. Based on Kantar's numbers, that puts Windows Phone in third place in the states well behind iOS (41.9%) and top ranked Android (52%).

    Interest in Nokia Lumia handsets is rising


    source: WMPoweruser

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    The charts go up just like Global warming readings

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    Quote Originally Posted by masum1181 View Post
    God how fatastic news is that -- like gamers care about Nokia Lumia models interest growing -- dude make a thread with some real inp news -- not with this kind of stuff in which no one interested.

    you should make a tech news thread and put all small news there other than create separate thread for news like that.
    Yes, there are many gamer who care about smartphones.

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    I do care.

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    Quote Originally Posted by masum1181 View Post
    God how fatastic news is that -- like gamers care about Nokia Lumia models interest growing -- dude make a thread with some real inp news -- not with this kind of stuff in which no one interested.

    you should make a tech news thread and put all small news there other than create separate thread for news like that.
    gamers do really care about smart phones and as the same time nokia, and thats why the bf4 drag the commander mode in tablets may be later will available in android,ios and has a good chance to be for windows phones as well so nokia is important,

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    All Windows phone i used was crap.Except Xperia X1.Very good phone but semi-crap for having windows mobile os.Nokia make good handsets.It will be g8 again if they move to Android.

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    Quote Originally Posted by md.tareq View Post
    All Windows phone i used was crap.Except Xperia X1.Very good phone but semi-crap for having windows mobile os.Nokia make good handsets.It will be g8 again if they move to Android.
    Nokia don't need Android. But Android needs Nokia.
    It was a great move by Nokia by not choosing android but moving to other platform.
    If you understand the marketing policy then you would not have said that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by salmanshah View Post
    Nokia don't need Android. But Android needs Nokia.
    It was a great move by Nokia by not choosing android but moving to other platform.
    If you understand the marketing policy then you would not have said that.
    No, absolutely not true. The figures that you post (despite the fact that they are clearly biased) are not even close to being impressive.

    It's common knowledge that going Android would've been far better for Nokia, and that probably would have happened if MS hadn't bailed them out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aayman View Post
    No, absolutely not true. The figures that you post (despite the fact that they are clearly biased) are not even close to being impressive.

    It's common knowledge that going Android would've been far better for Nokia, and that probably would have happened if MS hadn't bailed them out.
    No it was a wise decision by Nokia not to choose android. Because they couldn't compete with a already established market which is being controlled by samsung.
    So going to WP was a wise decision made by Nokia. You won't understand that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by salmanshah View Post
    Nokia don't need Android. But Android needs Nokia.
    It was a great move by Nokia by not choosing android but moving to other platform.
    If you understand the marketing policy then you would not have said that.
    android needs nokia !!! joke of the year maybe..
    lumia r share barse..great news..koto hoise?? 4.5 % awesome !!.. and android? number 1 with 52 %

    android has Samsung,Sony,Htc,motorolla,LG...n numerous other brands.. I really dnt see why they would need Nokia.. a brand that's been falling since the arrival of android..almost to the ground..

    amr to mone hoy nokia r lokjon kanna kati kore for not making android phones

    p.s : nothing serious n no hard feelings .. #piece

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    Quote Originally Posted by salmanshah View Post
    No it was a wise decision by Nokia not to choose android. Because they couldn't compete with a already established market which is being controlled by samsung.
    So going to WP was a wise decision made by Nokia. You won't understand that.
    Dominated by Samsung, so? I used to make better analysis than that when I was in Grade 10, you really shouldn't be questioning others about what they know if your own understanding is so rudimentary. You should really start looking at real numbers rather than marketing bluff.

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    Like I said before, I am saying it now again, you won't understand.

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    And if I don't you sure as hell won't either lol.

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    According to Stephen Elop, CEO of Nokia. The reason why they didn't opt for Android was because then Google won't probably allow Nokia to keep their trademark App store. Otherwise, known as Nokia Store. Then, Nokia would also have to giveup their very own Nokia Maps and plenty of other things which could've had a slight effect on their revenue. Anyway, I find that more of an excuse. Elop was formerly in Microsoft hence everyone knows why he ditched MeeGo out of nowhere and opted for Windows Phone 8. MeeGo would've been really great for Nokia. Ex:- Look at Nokia N900. Still, one of the rarest uniquely awesome smartphone I've used thus far.

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    The Android app market and Google Maps are far better than whatever Nokia can come up with, they would have been lucky to have them on their phones. That is obviously an excuse, but there's more to it as well. Only being former MS doesn't mean he will prefer MS above all else, the $1 billion contract with them had far more leverage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aayman View Post
    The Android app market and Google Maps are far better than whatever Nokia can come up with, they would have been lucky to have them on their phones. That is obviously an excuse, but there's more to it as well. Only being former MS doesn't mean he will prefer MS above all else, the $1 billion contract with them had far more leverage.
    All too true. Though, I still think ditching MeeGo had a greater impact. A lot of people moved away from Nokia but they seem to getting some response now. I appreciate their world class build quality as well as the camera which is without a doubt the best in the world smartphone camera but I prefer Android as you see.

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