Data shows that interest in Nokia Lumia models is growing
0. phoneArena 02 Jul 2013, 16:09 posted on
With the smartphone camera becoming the new battle ground for smartphone manufacturers, it is no surprise that interest in Nokia Lumia models has been picking up; according to Google Trends, search requests for Nokia Lumia models is at an all-time high. Much of this comes from the ability of Nokia's high-end models to take great pictures in less than optimal lighting conditions...
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1. fakhri (Posts: 5; Member since: 11 Mar 2012)
as an android user, i have to say i'm very interested in either the lumia 520 or 720 as a 2nd phone. their low end lumias seem like alot better than the low end android when compared with the same price level. my only concern is not having swiftkey for the keyboard
12. TROLL (banned) (Posts: 4851; Member since: 13 Apr 2012)
So who cares what this moronic strategy will achieve next
year? I am truly tired of this story. But some MS, NokiaWp8 fanboys
again are promising yet once again, that "this time" MS will
succeed in winning even though MS failed with Windows Mobile
, and failed with Wp7 and now somehow it "will be different" Lmfao™ with Wp8.
30. haseebzahid (Posts: 1853; Member since: 22 Feb 2012)
who says it will be differnt this time man is is differnt already the growth is not always steep as in ur imagination in real life any continuous growth is f9 from bussniess point of view and WP8 is success its no way near fail as you always hoped for
36. jackhammeR (Posts: 1548; Member since: 17 Oct 2011)
stop posting stipid, meaningless comments in every single Nokia article. You're tired? Shut up and don't say a word. Find another point of interest.
16. -box- (Posts: 3991; Member since: 04 Jan 2012)
The WP keyboard is quite good. I switched from using Swype to it and haven't missed it much.
18. fakhri (Posts: 5; Member since: 11 Mar 2012)
ive heard that alot. butsince i'll be using 2 phones with 2 different keyboards, it'll cause a bit of confusion switching back n forth, i'd much rather i have the same keyboard for both systems :)
23. papss (unregistered)
I absolutely love my WP keyboard and love the .com key right where it should be
25. fakhri (Posts: 5; Member since: 11 Mar 2012)
does it have auto prediction for 2 languages at the same time, flow option in the background for the few moments you decide to flow?
if its not obvious enough, i love my swiftkey keyboard :)
38. papss (unregistered)
I'll have to try it. Not a fan of the stock keyboard on my N
31. haseebzahid (Posts: 1853; Member since: 22 Feb 2012)
if u saw the win8.1 build confrence they showed some intersting update for keyboard just hope saame is done for wp8 next update this will be very cool way
2. Penny (Posts: 1653; Member since: 04 Feb 2011)
Good to hear. Time will tell if Nokia can convert the interest into sales and eventually brand loyalty. I look forward to what Microsoft and Nokia will be putting out if WP8 can gain more significant margins in the U.S. and abroad (>15%).
3. DigitalJedi_X2 (banned) (Posts: 346; Member since: 30 Jan 2012)
Just want to know Alan F, what EXACTLY does this post have to do with BlackBerry? Or do you just like crapping on them every chance you get?
4. aelliott (Posts: 31; Member since: 01 Oct 2010)
I'm afraid that many websites and technology journalists make cheap, easy jibes at a company that is going through difficult times. As a fan of NOKIA my blood has boiled at times when an article has unnecessarily brought attention to relative downturn in fortunes that was simply not required in the context of the article.
However, I must defend Alan F in this case. Although the article's title refers only to NOKIA Lumias it is about the increase in interest in Lumia models and goes on to say that NOKIA needs to translate this into sales (fair point), from which it goes on to contrast the sales between Wondows Phone (of which NOKIA is, by far, the largest contributer) and Blackberry - the two OS that are vying for "3rd place".
I don't think, on this occasion, that Alan F's reference to Blackberry was gratuitous.
8. PhoneArenaUser (Posts: 5498; Member since: 05 Aug 2011)
If he can report about the growth of interest in Nokia devices then why he can't mention and about opposite side, fall of interest in BlackBerry devices? Also If you didn't noticed he also mentioned Android with iOS, but you are whining only about BlackBerry, so If you feel butt hurt about BlackBerry, then it is your problem...
5. FlushGordon (unregistered)
NOKIA should ditch making camera centric phones .Tech consumers these days are looking for a well rounded versatile phone that is strong on every aspect, not just the camera.
7. aelliott (Posts: 31; Member since: 01 Oct 2010)
Well, I'm afraid that you don't speak for me. Most cameras on mobile phones are limited.....very limited. Many will take acceptable or even very good photos in optimal conditions but are very weak once you fail to get bright, sunny weather. I want a camera that is far more versatile and you are more likely to get that with a NOKIA than on a phone by any other manufacturer. On top of that you get a very good quality SatNav with vuice-guided navigation in 100 countries for free. All this in one package. I don't need to carry round a separate SatNav, camera and phone - I've got it all in one.........or I will have when EOS is released!!!
10. WHoyton1 (Posts: 1635; Member since: 21 Feb 2013)
Yes but there is phones out there which fall slightly behind on the camera but excel far ahead in other thing! Not many people care that much about camera as much as say....screen or speed or dare I say software gimmicks....techy people may bash the gimmicks but more people are interested in the gimmicks than Nokia's cameras....
35. WHoyton1 (Posts: 1635; Member since: 21 Feb 2013)
Some are like s pause but some aren't like multi window or air view!
19. icyrock1 (Posts: 307; Member since: 25 Mar 2013)
Fair enough. I don't use the camera on my smartphone, ever. So having a good camera isn't has important to me (admittedly, it's the only part I skip over in reviews because well, I just never use them).
40. dexter_jdr (Posts: 1163; Member since: 28 Jun 2012)
they still make great hardware and software
17. -box- (Posts: 3991; Member since: 04 Jan 2012)
Most phones are well-rounded and versatile (smartphones, anyway), so focusing on the camera (pun not intended) gives them a selling point over underwhelming ever-changing spec bumps.
21. Nathan_ingx (Posts: 3896; Member since: 07 Mar 2012)
Actually, Lumia phones are well rounded phones with emphasis on the camera.
What is there, that a Lumia can't do, that a phone can?
24. papss (unregistered)
^^^ this I still really love my Nokia.
28. Reluctant_Human (Posts: 886; Member since: 28 Jun 2012)
Yes but for the average consumer this is a HUGE selling point. Do you forget the popularity of Facebook, Instagram, etc.. A good camera could easily offset the to choose a Nokia over a Samsung, especially considering that the average person couldn't even tell you how much RAM their phone has.
From the people I speak to on a daily basis this is what sells: How it looks, how good is the camera, size, and is it reliable.
It's easy to forget that as tech people we are far more critical but also make up a small portion of total sales. It's not just a camera and the growing number of sales proves that camera centric phones have a place in the market.
6. cornerofthemoon (Posts: 590; Member since: 20 Apr 2010)
Windows Phone deserves to be a viable 3rd competitor. The market needs more than just an Android/iOS duopoly. Without competition innovation will stagnate.
13. Omar-BHR95 (Posts: 184; Member since: 23 Dec 2012)
My friend is an Galaxy s3 use and he's thinking of replacing his s3 with the Lumia 925 or next Lumia flagship in Q4
14. TROLL (banned) (Posts: 4851; Member since: 13 Apr 2012)
Once coming from Android and going to Wp8 will be a knighmare...