Nokia brand to be replaced with Microsoft Lumia
If you've seen Microsoft's recent articles about Lumia you know it was coming. The Nokia brand has been phased out by calling the phones just "Lumia" and redirecting Nokia online properties to Microsoft.com. This rebranding effort will expand and soon the lineup will become "Microsoft Lumia".
Lumia is already the de facto face of Windows Phone – it accounts for about 90% of the market. Microsoft has been busy signing up new vendors but they will struggle to gain significant market share as the big names have mostly neglected WP.
Nokia, the company, still exists but as part of the agreement with Microsoft it won't make new phones for at least several more years. Instead it has shifted its focus to things like mapping and, with no exclusivity to consider, it has been bringing its software to Android.
Will Microsoft put its own logo on the devices or will a more restraint Lumia logo suffice? Keep in mind that Microsoft is treading lightly, not to annoy other WP vendors by showing favoritism to its in-house manufacturer.
- 14 Apr 2015
It's not fair to dump such a legendary brand.if they are wise they should retain Nokia brand name on their Lumia series,they can add Microsoft name on the back cover or something if they want
- Yasir ahmed ma
- 24 Feb 2015
Where from get meMicrosoft lumia 940.Available place?
- 21 Feb 2015
when denim update release for nokia 625.I have some problems with cyan.Send before i throw away this windows mobile