Verizon to launch new Nokia 'Icon' handset to boost Windows Phone's US market share [Asian News International]
(Asian News International Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Washington, Jan. 09 (ANI): Verizon is going to launch a new Nokia Lumia handset, called the "Icon," in the United States in a bid to boost the market share of the Windows phone.
The device looks like a smaller version of the Lumia 1520 and sports a 5-inch screen, a 20-megapixel camera, a quad-core processor, and a 2420 mAh battery, TechCrunch reports.
Although Windows Phone has seen strong success in the past year selling lower-priced handsets, the platform with a combination of Microsoft software and Nokia hardware has struggled to find market share in the United States and the upper-tiers of the maker globally.
The Verizon website has the phone pegged at 777 dollars, yet the pricing isn't clear for now. (ANI)
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