- Aug 5, 2011
Selling the top-end handset with "Microsoft" branding on all three major carriers who are pushing WP will reap BIG dividends. Plus, the hardware is dead-sexy.
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- 920 on AT&T
- 8X on AT&T,Verizon & T-Mobile
- Ativ-s on At&T(?)
Having the 8X on verizon + att and the 920 only on At&t mean 8X will get more overall sales. The NOKIA 920 would have to gain massive WP8 marketshare on AT&T to neutralize the 8X on Verizon....now throw t-mobiles 35million user into the mix and voila
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What makes you think HTC devices will sell any better on other carriers than Nokia's on at&t?
Because you will have the 8x on 3 carriers vs. 1. Sheer numbers alone
You had 1 Nokia vs the Titan II, HTC Radar, Arrive, Trophy and Nokia was narrowly behind HTC. With the better specs of the 920 I dont see Nokia having any trouble outselling all HTC devices this time around with the 820 providing backup on other carriers.