Video: Nokia CEO, Stephen Elop talks the Lumia 820 and 920, explains why they didn’t go Android (via ABC News)

I just happened to stumble upon this Video from ABC News’ TECH THIS OUT.

It features Stephen Elop in an interview with ABC’s Techie, Joanna Stern, where he introduces the new Lumia 820 and 920. He also answers tough questions like “why didn’t Nokia go Android” and what he plans on doing to take Nokia back to the top.

 

The Lumia 920 is already gaining a lot of traction especially since iPhone5’s failure to wow its audience.

Everyone is looking for innovative stuff and with the iPhone5 only touting Panorama mode as one of its main features (a features that has been available more than 4 yrs ago), it looks like a stiff competition is underway between Apple, Google’s Android and the under dogs Nokia Lumia.

Needless to say, It is going to be an interesting holiday season.

Source: ABCNews

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4 Comments

  1. I was enjoying the interview because of how she pressed for
    answers from Stephen Elop that will help ensure consumers that Nokia is indeed
    back, and will make windows phone 8 a success on their devices. Then she ended
    the interview with these words and I quote. “Those new wireless charging capabilities
    and that new camera, do seem pretty cool, at least in comparison to the ghost of
    Nokia’s past.” Then she holds up a Nokia device that is 10yrs or so old to compare
    the very modern Nokia 920 to. What!? Why?

    Still image and video stabilization tech unlike anything on
    any modern smartphone today, tech that allows you take high quality pictures in
    very low light settings without a flash, resulting in clear bright pictures
    that the competition cannot duplicate under the same conditions. A screen that is
    so sensitive & responsive, that you can operate it with your gloves on,
    wireless charging & the crème de la crème, the most interesting feature in
    my opinion, ADLESS FREE MUSIC STREAMING SERVICE OUT THE BOX that gives us access
    to millions of popular songs that we would normally have to pay for from
    competing services like iTunes. Yet she smirks, and compares it to a dumb phone
    that is 10yrs or so old. She’s bias to death!

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