Nokia Windows Phones Might Not Be Popular?!

Posted: Nov 23 2011, 3:40pm CST | by , Updated: Nov 23 2011, 3:42pm CST, in News | Mobile Phones


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Fail + Fail = Win? NOT!

This might come as a shock to some of you; analysts are predicting that Nokia Windows phones might not catch on with consumers. OMG NO WAY! Seriously though, it took an analyst to tell people these things might not catch on? Let's look at it this way, Microsoft makes more off patents it owns for Android than its own Windows Phone OS. WinPo is not very popular and is at best a third rate operating system on the market today.

Combine that third-rate operating system with a company that can't fight its way out of a wet bag made of cheap toilet paper in the smartphone wars and you have a mixture for epic fail. It seems for many accounts that Nokia and Microsoft are just tossing their offerings together and hoping for the best.

Analysts are saying that there is no clear advantage to Nokia windows phones compared to anything else on the market. I wonder when these companies will learn, you have to set yourself apart from others and your brand names will not do that today. James Faucette with Pacific Crest securities said, "With no breakthrough innovation, we believe Nokia’s new phones are unlikely to get traction in a highly concentrated high end." In other words, fail.

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