When Nokia decided to get back into the mobile industry this year it suddenly made news, and mostly for nostalgic reasons. Just a decade ago Nokia, along with Motorola ruled the mobile industry with the Finnish tech giant releasing a new phone every other month. With the advent of the Smartphone, however, both Nokia and Motorola were relegated to the sidelines with Apple and South Korea’s Samsung taking their place.
Are you looking for a cutting-edge Smartphone that can bring out your inner “techie”? The year 2014 seems to be an exciting year for you, as you would have some great products to choose from. Dr Prem Jagyasi and Team suggests five most awaited mobile phones that are going to be introduced this year. Have a glimpse:
The tie-up of Google and Apple hardware and software resulted in the announcement of Microsoft’s taking under of the suffering Nokia handset business. If this works, the existence of Microsoft’s Windows Operating System in the vast mobile world is ensured. However, it was late that Google was taken aback and sold its Motorola Division to China’s Lenovo.
Motorola has launched his new Android Smartphone as Motorola Moto G. It was unveiled on November 13, 2013, a well-featured and affordable device in the world of phones, costing ₹ 12,499.
According to the annual rankings of the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ASCI), Samsung and Google have gained over their closest rival Apple in terms of brand value and customer satisfaction. Though from the last year, Apple has still been leading the index score for customer satisfaction, it has lost on its previous scores, while its competitors have gained on their respective scores. With regards to smartphone satisfaction, Apple has received a rank of 81 out of 100, which is a loss of about two percent over their last year’s ranking.