Smartphone makers sharpen your pencils. The global stage continues to be a high tech who can up who competition of late with the consumers winning in the end. To be considered by anyone to purchase smartphone models must now sport a fantastic camera, user friendly interface and a lightning fast processor. All those things and more are available on the newest handset model from Nokia. The Finnish company is betting on their new model, the Lumia 925, to help it compete with giants Apple and Samsung. These devices are powerful high tech works of art, but don’t over estimate their ability to handle a misguided fall or the possibility of theft. Gadget insurance is a guarantee to protect a device against theft and the occasional accident which leads to damage.
The Nokia Lumia 925 has recently hit the UK shelves with the potential to turn some heads. The latest model from Nokia features an innovative image collector called SmartCam. It makes taking 10 images at one time a breeze. In the nonstop world we live in today, this feature alone could make the Lumia worth considering. The exterior is heavy duty as well, as it is made of aluminum.
According to the research company Gartner, Nokia lost around five percentage points of market share in Q1 of this year. The Lumia 925 boasts some other appealing attributes in a four and a half inch display, a camera sporting 8.7 megapixel ability and Windows 8 OS. The SmartCam feature is also the world’s first six lens system including a glass lens. The processor is no slouch at 1.5 GHz and the 1GB of RAM should keep things moving at a quick pace.
Jo Harlow, Nokia VP responsible for smart devices, commented on the newest Lumia, saying: “The Lumia 925 has a beautiful, gorgeous design, great technology and software and a great Smart Camera for action shots and fun pictures.”
Nokia is but one player in the smartphone market who is attempting to dethrone several heavyweights by competing with higher tech, not price. The company has an excellent reputation and the new Lumia has a lot to offer.
Gartner commented on the first quarter activity for Nokia, saying: “Nokia’s mobile phone share dropped 4.9 percentage points in the first quarter of 2013 mainly due to a steep decline in feature phone sales.
“Although Nokia’s Windows Phone sales have sequentially improved, reaching a volume of 5.1 million units, Nokia is yet to see high growth in the smartphone segment. Nokia’s position in the smartphone market dropped to No. 10 in the first quarter of 2013, from No. 8 in the fourth quarter of 2012.”
Gadget insurance can offer a great amount of peace of mind whilst bringing a phone like the Nokia Lumia 925 out and about. Gadget cover is the final piece of the puzzle when purchasing an electronic gadget. No other product can offer protection against theft and accidental damage like a gadget insurance policy. Just a few pounds per month is a small price to pay for such an effective way to protect an electronic gadget.–