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In their latest ad for the Nokia Lumia 928 Nokia and Verizon once again makes a strong case for the low-light performance of the handset as its major selling point.
The ad touts the Nokia Lumia 928’s ability to take vibrant pictures in near darkness, and shows owners from other phones sharing photos which do not perform half as well.
Unlike the other ad this one does not directly compare the handsets to the iPhone and Galaxy S 4, indicating that there is probably some Verizon money behind it. It has been rumoured that both Verizon and Microsoft/Nokia had a large marketing budget for the device.
Do our readers think the ad will strike a cord with potential buyers? Let us know below.
TimesDigit.com reports that the Nokia Lumia 520 is a certified hit in India, with the handset selling out at numerous online retailers in the subcontinent.
The handset is completely out of stock at Flipkart, Snapdeal, HomeShop18, Saholic while being available only in black & cyan colours on the online Nokia store.
The smartphone is also being heavily promoted in India, and it certainly seems the market is responding.
Some evidence of this can be seen in Statcounter’s mobile OS data from India, which shows steady if slow progress by Windows Phone, while Blackberry OS remains stable and it seems iOS appears to be plummeting. Unless Apple introduces a low-end iPhone it is likely Windows Phone will overtake iOS within the year in terms of installed base, making it another of the growing list of regions where Windows Phone is ahead of the iPhone.
Thanks Wasim for the tip.