Steve Elop announced Nokia’s quarterly results saying, “We shipped approximately 18 million dual SIM devices in Q3, and in markets such as India where dual SIM is pervasive, we gained market share.”
Nokia Shifts More Handsets Than Apple!
He is not wrong either – considering this guys are shifting well over 100 million units every quarter. With support for over different 100 handsets they can arrogantly say they “have a phone for that” in response to Apple’s “App for that”.
Nokia C2 Dual Sim Smartphone
He continues “Additionally, I am encouraged by our progress around the first Nokia experience with Windows Phone, and we look forward to bringing the experience to consumers in select countries later this quarter.”This is yet again a different attack on the smartphone market where Nokia is combining a work and a social phone by being dual sim capable like the Nokia C2.
This is just to let you know that Nokia’s handsets will soon be running Windows Mango meaning Microsoft and Nokia will have more handsets in the market next year than most of the competition anyway.
……Then Unwraps The Nokia 603 SmartPhone.
Nokia launched the Nokia 603 few weeks ago which is designed for first time smartphone users and those upgrading from older products, specifically existing users of Nokia smartphones who are still uniquely Nokia fans.
Featuring single-tap pairing, sharing and tag reading with NFC
Powered by Symbian Belle around a powerful 1 GHz processor, and 2GB memory with support for up to 32 GB on external micro SD memory card.
3.5 inch 16:9 nHD with IPS technology for improved contrast and viewing angles,best in class outdoor performance 16 million colours, Capacitive touch screen ClearBlack display
Bluetooth 3.0, NFC, Wi-Fi (WLAN)
5 megapixel camera Full focus with HD 720p video playback. More good-looking Nokia Touch Screen SmartPhones….