Nokia gets involved in Samsung's 'Genius' ad

Nokia gets involved in Samsung's 'Genius' ad
Samsung tried to shake things up by running an ad that compares the features on its flagship Samsung Galaxy S III with those on the Apple iPhone 5. The ad was received critically by Apple iPhone users who produced parodies of it. But now we have a response from Finnish handset manufacturer Nokia. In a tweet, Nokia throws in some features of its upcoming Windows Phone 8 flagship, the Nokia Lumia 920. "Wireless charging, amazing camera, screen you can use with gloves on. No it doesn't take a Genus."

On one hand, it's good business for Nokia to interject itself into this battle because there are plenty of eyes watching anytime Samsung and its fans go against Apple and its fans. The only question is whether or not the Nokia Lumia 920 has what it takes to compete with both the Apple iPhone and the Samsung Galaxy S III. Now that Nokia has made itself part of the conversation, unless its new flagship delivers, it will have been all for naught.

source: WPCentral

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