Nokia devices are famous in Europe most especially with their newest Windows Phone 8 devices, the new Nokia Lumia 920 and Nokia Lumia 820. Many Europeans are also brushing the idea of settling with the iPhone 5 and instead choose to go with the Finnish phone manufacturer’s latest gems. Why? The answer is quite obvious, even if the iPhone 5 comes in with LTE, this simply doesn’t work well with most European networks. To smartphone users in Europe, the iPhone 5 is simply way to slow for them. Now, this very reason opened the door for Nokia and the company is said to take ‘full advantage’ of this new found chance to regain their once lost market.
Yes, Nokia is doing its best and is vying with Apple and Samsung for European shoppers. We all know how the holiday season is fast-approaching and people are just suckers for expensive or fancy gadgets for gifts. Nokia’s early foothold in the market with its LTE devices seems to attract more and more shoppers.
This is indeed good news for the ailing Finnish smartphone vendor who is now facing revenue losses. For Nokia, winning back even a fraction of their once avid customers will help them regain traction in a market world heavily dominated by iOS and Android devices.
According to a customer: “A fast internet connection is a must so I knew I wanted a 4G phone,” he also added that for him the Nokia Lumia 920 ‘was the one’.
LTE or Long Term Evolution is a wireless technology that will allow you to experience super-fast Web browsing, video streaming, and song downloads. Yes, the iPhone 5 bears the same LTE feature and in the US it is capable of giving you all of the above superb mobile experience, but this is not the same in Europe simply because most of the carriers there provide LTE service using different frequency. So basically, it is slow compared to Nokia’s Lumia 920 LTE speed.
The new Windows Phone 8 device, Nokia Lumia 920 is features the fast LTE connection. Yes, both Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android OS now controls almost 90% of the European smartphone market according to Strategy Analytics, but maybe Nokia still have that chance to get back in the game. Nokia once dominated the global smartphone market before and was only competing with the RIM (maker of BlackBerry devices) before. Today, it looks like Nokia has to compete with not just one giant rival but two strong rivals (Apple and Samsung).
Luckily, if this trend continues for Nokia, soon enough it will regain their lost market (well, this is if their new Nokia Lumia 920 and Lumia 820 will sell as good as it does in Europe to other countries too).
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