Wired.com readers more excited about the Nokia Lumia 920 than iPhone 5
September 16, 2012 at 10:16 GMT | By Darlington Moyo
Technology website Wired.com pitted the Nokia Lumia 920 against the SGSIII, the iPhone 5 and the Galaxy Nexus, asking their readers to pick whichever one they intended to buy. Initially, the Nokia Lumia 920 with 21% was holding its own in third place after the SGSII (24%) and iPhone 5 (39%).
The Lumia 920 has since overhauled iPhone and shot up to the lead with 35%, as reflected by the image below:
Of course the anti-Nokia brigade will dismiss this as just another internet poll that will have no bearing to real life purchases and market share, but this surely must be a sign that Nokia and Windows Phone are gaining some mind share. Although not all that participated in the poll are going to go out and purchase a Windows Phone or a Nokia Lumia 920 rather, but the fact remains that they thought about it and most probably gave it serious consideration.
Another factor is that big technology websites like Wired.com tend to be frequented by Apple/Android fanboys and trolls, and it's rather refreshing to see readers going in favour of a Microsoft/Nokia device for a change.
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