It seems that people on this board want a payload product rather than an army of good products that produce income (example 920 and no talk about any others). I think you should be happy to see smaller, lighter, nfc, pure motion 8mp lower end cameras, HD display @ Verizon in the 800-900 device #s up to 923 in my opinion. This is how money will be made to have all these devices as lightweight as Iphone w/hd, nfc, puremotion camera etc.in my opinion. And by the way some of those stories and cameras on WMpoweruser or something like that and the others are real that I could confirm in my opinion. I know someone said earlier that they were hedgies or something like that. Once again, don't look for some kind of magic bullet but there are a boat load of new phones getting better, faster, lighter and w/hd in my opinion. It would be a rather smart business move if they were going to bring in like a 825 with 8mp pure motion camera at a lower price than 920 to China Mobile in my opinion. I just get the feeling that this board is not going to recognize that the new devices will bring revenue with features like HD screens and affordable prices more than 1 super device. You have to adjust strategies to the sign of the times. It can't just be a 1 horse (920) company. I think all those Verizon users will be getting happier finally in my opinion. I have money in this stock and have done a great deal of research and it seems they are doing a lot. It is not like Apple just changing one thing. They are adjusting to the needs of different areas and packing in premium features for bargain prices. Seems like a good idea in my opinion.
Weak hands will expect something revolutionary due to all this hype. Strong hands will expect something realistic and simple to compete with it's already growing market. I hope there aren't a lot of weak hands out there looking to sell if something revolutionary isn't introduced.
Everybody else is debuting flagship smartphones. Many have leaked what they will introduce at MWC in order to build up some buzz. If Nokia is only talking about re-hashes of existing devices, why even bother to go to MWC? A Lumia 720 and 520 would be just as well announced in a simple random press release. Folks expect more at a major show like MWC. The bar has been raised but Nokia looks ready to limbo under that bar.