If you read about all kinds of mobile tech, not just Android, you may have heard about the rather popular Nokia Lumina 900. While sales have been fairly successful for the Windows device, European carriers feel it could do a heck of a lot better. How, you ask? With Android, that’s how!
According to a conversation Reuters had with European carriers, they feel that the Widows OS can’t hold a candle to Android and… pardon my French, iOS products.
“No one comes into the store and asks for a Windows phone,” said an executive in charge of mobile devices at a European operator, which has sold the Lumia 800 and 710 since December. “If the Lumia with the same hardware came with Android in it and not Windows, it would be much easier to sell.”
Nokia has recently said that they will post a loss for the first and second quarter which is reflected in Moody’s and Standard & Poor’s recently lowered credit rating. Moody’s goes as far as rating them one step above junk on a recent report. This just goes to show that a flashy neon colored phone with an awesome camera and a poor operating system isn’t going to put you ahead of the competition. Looks like Nokia would be better off ditching the zero and getting with the hero if you now what I mean.