LG will almost certainly be showing off the Optimus 3D 2 at Mobile World Congress, a big phone-fest at the end of February, so we shouldn't have long to wait. The Optimus 3D 2 has leaked hot on the heels of the LG X3, another rumoured device from LG that is expected to be powered by a quad-core processor, and should arrive running Ice Cream Sandwich, which is the latest version of Android. What do you reckon? Is 3D on smart phones ever going to work? Tell us in the comments or on our Facebook wall.
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As such, Nokia is pinning its hopes on a revival courtesy of Microsoft's Windows Phone. Reaching the European market last November, the Lumia 800 is destined for the U.S. as an unlocked version sometime in the coming months. Early data suggested that sales of the 800 were off to a strong start, according to Bloomberg and other sources. However, a more recent but more narrow report published by PaidContent.org found that sales, at least in the U.K., were sluggish in November. The lower-end Lumia 710 recently went on sale in the U.S. with carrier T-Mobile selling it for $49.99. The phone is already being offered for free with the standard two-year contract by Wal-Mart, and other retailers will likely follow suit.
But Nokia's big gun will be the Lumia 900, Scheduled to be carried in the ted baker zoeni iphone x soft feel shell case - fairy tale pink U.S, by AT&T sometime this quarter, the 900 will be Nokia's first LTE Windows Phone, Equipped with an array of hefty features, including a 4.3-inch AMOLED ClearBlack glass touch screen and high-quality Carl Zeiss lenses, the phone won several awards at CES earlier this month, Several analysts believe Windows Phone will trigger Nokia's turnaround, Credit Suisse analyst Kulbinder Garcha feels that Nokia will be able to hold onto 13 percent of the smartphone market over the longer term..
Other analysts have projected that the company could grab third place in the global smartphone market, behind Android and Apple, but ahead of RIM, which has also been struggling. Lumia sales may reach 3.2 million this quarter as the phones gain traction in Asia, Bloomberg noted. Looking ahead, Nokia could sell as many as 37 million Windows Phone handsets this year and 64 million in 2013, forecasts Morgan Stanley. Shipments of the Nokia's first Windows Phones may have hit 1.3 million last year, according to a consensus of analysts surveyed by Bloomberg.