Samsung overloaded Galaxy S4 with hardware (4 cores, 1080p display) and is own Samsung software.
Samsung software is not a selling point for smartphones at all.
Nokia Lumia can compete well at mid and low end. which is where the growth and volume will be.
Not only that , we are talking about yet to be in the market Samsung and Lumia 920. Wait till Nokia take out its next class of Lumia weaponary and see how their Samsung start having jelly feet.
I was not expecting mind blowing innovation from the copycat king :D
that S4 just kept playing with that eye sensor they already introduced on their Note II. But as reviewers are saying already is way far from getting it right.
They will eventually lose market share, once the sheep start realizing Nokia is the next cool thing :D
I was laughing someone said S4 bad for Nokia last night
their only shot to survive is heavy $$$ marketing to keep sheep from trying newer and much better technology
Sentiment: Strong Buy
The SG IV will be a powerful machine, but most of what they put on display is pure gimmick, and it won't really make much difference in real world use having eight cores vs two, especially given that WP8 can run everything just fine on a dual core device. Android typically requires more powerful hardware, because the OS itself is resource heavy, but that doesn't always translate into a better user experience. Also, will the average person really see a difference with a 13MP camera versus 8.7MP in the 920? I doubt it, unless you're cropping or printing at a larger size. Larger image files also take up more space, and that can be a problem on mobile devices...
I think Nokia is still a good investment, especially at these crazy low prices. It's below what it should be trading, and their own updated flagships will come out before the summer, meaning the SG IV's reign as the most advanced smartphone could be short lived. Also, it's a butt ugly design, and both Nokia and HTC have the edge in terms of better looks. The SG IV may be a very popular girl at the dance, but she's not exactly America's top model ;o)
Sentiment: Strong Buy (Rocket to the Moon)
"own Samsung software," who is high or drunk? He is right Nokia can and will compete well. Samsung overdid it IMHO. Most people can barely handle smartphones which is why Windows Mobile (and iOS) are particularly appealing. 822 is sold out on Verizon for a reason, and 810 is #1 on their Website now. 620 in India, U.K..... Nokia will be O.K....
Sentiment: Strong Buy