Half of Symbian users would consider a Windows Phone from Nokia

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Half of Symbian users would consider a Windows Phone from Nokia
According to a poll taken by allaboutsymbian.com, a little less than half of the users of a Nokia Symbian device would consider purchasing a Windows Phone from the Finland based manufacturer.

Nokia’s global dominance has been on a steady decline over the last few years thanks to the substantial growth and popularity of their rivals. Realizing that Symbian might not be able to survive today’s market, Nokia has adopted Microsoft’s mobile platform in an attempt to compete.

Just a few weeks ago a leaked image surfaced of what is possible the Nokia Sea Ray, which many expect to me the manufacturer’s first Windows Phone powered handset. A combination of the young yet polished Windows Phone operating system with Nokia’s top-notch hardware may end up being a winner. At least Nokia hopes so.

A bulk of Nokia Windows Phone adopters may very well be current Nokia owners. According to the poll taken by allaboutsymbian.com, 48.58% of Symbian users would consider purchasing a Windows Phone from Nokia. Considering the amount of Symbian devices still in use around the globe, this could be great news for Nokia. Of course this is only a poll.

The more than 51% that said they would not purchase a Nokia Windows Phone did not have the ability to specify why or what else they would consider buying instead. So how about it, would you any of you current Symbian users purchase a Nokia Windows Phone? Tell us what you think.

source: WMPoweruser
 

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