Nokia, today launched its first Windows Phone powered devices Nokia Lumia 800 and Lumia 710 in India. Although there is no confirmation about the prices of these phone from Nokia. They have said that it will be made available for the Indian market in December.
It is the first time that Nokia has ditched its very own OS Symbian and instead switched to the Microsoft for the OS.
Nokia has introduced various new features in their Lumia phones such as Nokia Drive, a personal navigation device with free, turn-by-turn navigation and dedicated in-car-user-interface. Nokia Music it is a MixRadio application with the help of which we can gain access to the radio channels all over the world, Nokia Music's Gigfinder will give you the opportunity to search for some Live Music as well as share it in the social networking sites.
Nokia’s rivals HTC, Fujitsu and Samsung electronics have already come up with the latest windows software Mango. Nokia has already lost more than half of its Smartphone’s market share and it is predicted that it might dip further. However Nokia and Microsoft have said they will be focusing on close co-operation with operators to maintain the platform.