At this time, the brand new appointments are in Apple’s rivals. After the Galaxy Nexus offered the previous day with nice fanfare in Hong Kong, the brand new vary Home windows cell gadgets Nokia Cellphone is ready to be launched. All these improvements will they scare the iPhone? No longer.
After months of waiting, more than six days before Nokia officially presents its first smartphone running Windows Phone. With a 3.7 inch screen (against 3.5 for the iPhone 4S), the Nokia eight hundred codenamed “SeaRay” looks suspiciously like an iPod Nano last generation. Note that its appearance is strongly suggestive that the Nokia N9 , surely the new visual identity of the brand.
If the iPhone has to be concerned about is the fierce competition, competition should also be concerned about its many rivals ? Yes and no. In an article in The Tribune and dated today, one analyst says: “The market is clearly more crowded. There are two or three years, there was an amazing phone, the iPhone, now there are at least four, “says Neil Mawston, the firm Strategy Analyt
As you can see, this season will be fierce in terms of smartphone sales, Christmas and the first place may be very expensive … “It will be a very close competition in the last quarter, Apple and Samsung will elbow to shoulder “predicts Neil Mawston. And Nokia in?
The Nordic manufacturer, who completely missed the turn smartphones now dominated by Apple and Google will try to regain a foothold in this segment with the launch of the first models embedded on Microsoft OS Windows Phone. According to this analyst, the Finnish manufacturer “is at a turning point, he must impress the market with its Windows Phone. He can rebound, he has a well-known brand and a good distribution system. ” Same optimism in the Gartner “Nokia can make a real comeback as traders begin to worry about their depende
nce on Apple and Google and Microsoft WP7 least perceive as a threat in terms of ecosystem.”
Note that against all odds, Nokia Thursday reported a surprise profit in the third quarter of 2011. Much better than expected, the world’s largest manufacturer of mobile phones has benefited from strong sales of mobile “standard” in countries such as the India “in favor of lower prices and new models,” we read in a Reuters report. Still, this does not mean that the Finnish manufacturer has a successful conversion will succeed in the world of smartphone.
As we already know, the Nokia World will be the 26 and 27 October 2011 in London and at that time that the first Windows phone brand Nokia will be announced. See you Wednesday about whether or not Nokia has the means of its ambitions.