Data shows that interest in Nokia Lumia models is growing

Data shows that interest in Nokia Lumia models is growing
With the smartphone camera becoming the new battleground 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.

The surge in interest for Nokia Lumia models isn't coming from just one model. It includes the high-end phones like the Nokia Lumia 928 all the way down to the Nokia Lumia 520. Of course, the challenge for Nokia is turning all of this interest into sales. Right now, it looks like BlackBerry is in the midst of a sharp drop in U.S. market share according to data from Kantar WorldPress.

From May 2012 to 2013, BlackBerry's U.S. market share dropped from 4.6% to .7% while Windows Phone has seen its slice of the U.S. smartphone pie rise to 4.5% from 3.7% in the same time period. Based on Kantar's numbers, that puts Windows Phone in third place in the states well behind iOS (41.9%) and top ranked Android (52%).

source: WMPoweruser


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