Nokia Con event happens in Japan on July 27

Posted: Jul 6 2014, 5:19pm CDT | by , in News | Microsoft Windows

 

Nokia Con event happens in Japan on July 27
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At the event Microsoft is going to allow willing fans to get some hands-on experience with a few Windows Phones

Windows Phone and the Japanese market don’t go too well with one another and the phones haven’t been doing great just like they always haven’t. And by ‘not too well’ we actually just politely want to imply that Microsoft seemingly has got no chance in the Japanese market whatsoever because even after all this time of existence, Microsoft has managed to retain between 0 and 1% market share in that part of the world.

Obviously this is quite a dire situation for Microsoft and quite certainly the software company is looking for ways to improve their presence there and the Nokia Con event is the first step they have taken towards changing things. The event is basically going to allow some willing fans to get some hands-on experience with a few Windows Phones and it is scheduled to take place in Tokyo on July 27th.

The mobile phone market expert Yamane Yasuhiro is going to be the host behind this entire event. What models Microsoft plans to showcase on this event is still unclear but despite of that you wouldn’t want to miss this opportunity if you are residing in Japan and happen to be a Windows Phone fan. But before you can attend the event, you will have to register yourself online on a given link and you wouldn’t want to delay this registration because there is limited space. There are only 60 places for attendees out of which more than half have already been filled.

source: zusaar

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