We do know that Nokia has no Plan B as far as they are concerned regarding their future in the smartphone industry, having ditched the Symbian train and jumping aboard Microsoft’s Windows Phone bandwagon, and so far, their efforts have proved to be rather impressive, what with the Nokia Lumia 800 being more than a decent smartphone that is beautifully designed, while the Lumia 710 ain’t that shabby either. Having said that, I guess Nokia cannot but help cater to the entry-level market considering that that is their bread and butter for a long time already, which is why sources close to the Finnish phone manufacturer have shared that Nokia will introduce a new and more affordable smartphone that runs on Microsoft’s Windows Phone operating system sometime next week – at Mobile World Congress, of course, as it is a very apt stage to do so. This move is to target a wider market for its new smartphones. Of course, there is also the Nokia Lumia 610 to consider as Nokia goes through what some have deemed to be a mini rennaisance.
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