Saturday, March 24, 2012

Nokia claims to be number one Windows Phone OEM

Among very interesting advertising campaigns and events organized by Nokia to announce its Windows Phone devices, the Finnish company claims to be delighted with the partnership with Microsoft.

And with only two smartphones on worldwide market  Nokia Lumia  800 and Lumia 710, Nokia claims to be the manufacturer who has sold more Windows Phone terminals in the world. This is surely due to the capabilities that Nokia has carrying out marketing but also for the professionalism, quality and warranty products. 

To increase its market share, Nokia is creating new Windows Phone terminals at low cost, as Lumia Nokia 610, which will cover the low end users to meet and compete with price-sensitive devices based on competing systems. 

Nokia's words:
"Our strategy is working. When, last year we entered into an alliance with Microsoft, our intention was to regain lost market share. We're working but we are satisfied. We are number one in terms of sales in the world market Windows Phone. We are growing. "

Kantar recently revealed Nokia was responsible for 87% of Windows Phone 7 sales in UK in the 3 months ending February 19th, and with the lack of marketing by other OEMs like HTC and Samsung, it is increasingly becoming a Nokia only game. 


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