In a conversation with Nokia Conversations, the CEO of Nokia, Stephen Elop, talked about Nokia Lumia 900 and also about the rest of the Lumia Windows phones. He apparently made it clear that Nokia badly wants to capture the U.S. market.
“The Lumia 900 is designed specifically with the North American consumer in mind. The Lumia 900 is also Nokia’s first 4G LTE smartphone and will take advantage of AT&T’s 4G LTE network.”
Elop made a special mention about the Lumia 900 introduced recently saying that it is specially designed to target the audience who are yet to buy their first smartphone. According to him, this phone is perfect blend of operator and handset for a first-time-smartphone-buyer.
There was also some talk about Lumia 710 and 800 to be introduced in the Canadian markets and regarding Lumia 800 to be now made available through stores of Microsoft.
Elop also mentioned about their battle strategies so as to regain the market shares of North America. Thus, we can say that the first three versions of these battle strategies have been quite fascinating and we not not tell how well would these do once the benchead is established.