Windows phone 8 may be the winner, thanks to Samsung and Nokia

Samsung took the wraps off the world's first Windows Phone 8 mobile phones at the IFA in Berlin on Aug 29, 2012. One day after, Nokia Lumia smartphones, namely Lumia 820 and Lumia 920, with Windows Phone 8 operating system have now been leaked online. 
Rumors have said Nokia is going to release its new Windows Phone 8 devices on September 5, named "Arrow" and "Phi”, which both of them belong to the Lumia series.

According to leaked information, Lumia 820 and Lumia 920 features 4.3 and 4.5 inches screen respectively. Lumia 920 will be equipped with Nokia PureView technology, so the photographic effect can comparable to the Nokia 808, while the Lumia is not. But Lumia 820 offers a variety of colors phone to consumers.

Samsung and Nokia make an deep impression on the Windows Phone8.  The operating system, which will launch soon, comes with a lot of improvements, including a better Start screen, near-field communication support and new mapping features that are designed to help folks not only find out where they’re going, but also locate points of interest.

So far, it appears that Windows Phone 8 might just help Microsoft achieve success. The operating system is by no means perfect and it too early to tell how well Windows 8 devices will actually sell. So whether or not Samsung and Nokia will help Windows Phone 8 Be the Winner, it remains to see in the future.

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