So is this the first step in Nokia's recovery? Definitely. Windows Phone is doing well for them as I hoped, I had some fears that they would fail but I'm surprised that they managed to buckle down and deliver a phone that delivers; Nokia's brand may not be as well known as it was back in 2003 but it's getting there slowly but surely; it may take a few more months but it's possible for Nokia to gain a bigger share of the cellphone market then they have now.
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I like nokia phones! I have an old old one from 2002, cant remember the model at all, but when I was overseas travelling to India, I took that phone with me and it worked like a charm!
Still have an old Nokia 6301, another phone that still works to this day. Cant say that about my Motorola Razr V1 or even the HTC G2 that I used to own at one point
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