Apparently, Nokia is riding a rising trend as recent reports and predictions show. Morgan Stanley suggests that Nokia could grab an important chunk of the smartphone market in the following years. Among other significant innovative features featured with the company’s new high end smartphones Nokia owes its recent success to Microsoft’s Windows Phone.
In addition, Nokia announced the release of an even more sophisticated model with the tease LTE enabled Lumia 900. On the other hand Nokia officials proudly let everyone know that its first Windows Phone will hit the US market soon.
Morgan Stanley predicted that the Finnish phone maker would sell this year 37 million handsets. Nokia will also sell about the same amount (40 million) of Symbian powered phones. In 2013, Morgan Stanley research report suggests that Nokia would sell 64 million Windows Phone handsets and about 16 million Symbian phones.
Steve Ballmer Microsoft’s CEO explains that Windows mobile platform is going to be more successful in the upcoming months “We’ve got a lot of room to go in selling Windows Phones,” he explained during the Consumer Electronics Show, “but I feel very much like the work we’re doing is really going to pay off.”