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Nokia's Pricey Lumia Phones Hit Europe In November
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Gerry G
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Gerry G,
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9/28/2012 | 4:27:03 PM
re: Nokia's Pricey Lumia Phones Hit Europe In November
"In Italy, the Lumia 920 has been priced at 599 Euros (Rs. 40,925 approximately), against the 16GB Samsung S III's 529 Euros. "

"In Germany, the Nokia Lumia 920 for 649 Euros (Rs. 44,352 approx.). It sells the iPhone for 820 Euros, the 32GB Galaxy S III for 740 Euros and the 16GB Galaxy for 530 Euros."

Germany :
Lumia 920 - 649 Euros
iPhone5 - 820 Euros
GS3 32GB - 740 Euros

How is Lumia 920 pricey then??? Research more please.
crapology
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crapology,
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9/28/2012 | 11:46:35 AM
re: Nokia's Pricey Lumia Phones Hit Europe In November
apple iphone 5 costs more than Nokia Lumia 920. i don't see anybody complaining about it, even when it comes with so many problems! how objective are we here?
fozzy
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fozzy,
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9/27/2012 | 10:30:48 PM
re: Nokia's Pricey Lumia Phones Hit Europe In November
"That might not work out so well for Nokia, though, as its hardware isn't necessarily viewed in the same class as its competitors."

What are you talking about? The 920 hardware is at least as good as the leading phones from Samsung and Apple. Arguably better in areas such as screen, camera, and charging capability. And there's no reason to doubt it will also be more physically durable, something Nokia has always been a leader in with their phones.


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