Nokia’s gamble with the Lumia range of smartphones certainly looks set to pay off big time, as the Finnish phone manufacturer does seem to be heading back from the brink, so to speak. Well, they still control the entry level featurephone market in most places around the globe, so the company is not going to sink anytime soon, either. Having said that, Microsoft looks set on adding Xbox LIVE to Windows Phone in their timeline, having underlined just how Nokia Lumia smartphones (including the Nokia Lumia 610, Nokia Lumia 710, Nokia Lumia 800 and Nokia Lumia 900) all have a place in the Xbox hierarchy.
Just a little bit of history – Xbox LIVE rolled out on 15th November 2002, and today, majority of the smartphones out there are more than capable of achieving extremely fast Internet speeds, and with more than 40 million users on Xbox LIVE today, we could be looking at more and more mobile gaming experiences down the road.
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