Other comparisons in Nokia's favor include having Microsoft Outlook built-in, with the same look and feel as on your PC. The poster also goes into Nokia's wireless charging capabilities which it says beats out the "very limited" availability of that feature on the other phones.
Windows Phone has been picking up some momentum lately, especially in the low-end of the market thanks to the popularity of the Nokia Lumia 520 and its twin, the Nokia Lumia 521. The latter is now the most popular Windows Phone model in the U.S. according to data from online ad network AdDuplex. Nokia has been pushing the low-light photographic capabilities of its high-end models, including the Nokia Lumia 1020 which offers a 41MP PureView camera.
BlackBerry was once as connected to businessmen as the pinstriped suit, but has seen its market share drop in a downward spiral. The company recently agreed to go private in a $4.7 billion buyout led by its largest stockholder, Fairfax Financial. There is speculation that the deal might not close and a number of tech giants like Samsung, LG, Cisco and others are believed to have some interest in all or part of the beleaguered company.
source: @NokiaAtWork via WMPoweruser