Thursday, January 19, 2012

Nokia’s cut-rate Windows phone is just right - Business - The Boston Globe

Excerpt from a Windows Phone/Nokia Lumia 710 snapshot

Windows Phone 7 ought to have a better shot. It’s not merely an adequate substitute for Apple’s iPhone software or the industry-leading Android phone software from Google Inc. It is first-rate, a worthy rival to the iPhone and decisively better than Android.

And yet, people refuse to buy it. In the past three months, only 1.4 percent of Americans who bought a smartphone picked one that runs Windows Phone.

Nokia’s cut-rate Windows phone is just right - Business - The Boston Globe

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