Poor screen display seen as reason for Lumia's disappointing sales

10/19/2012 | Wall Street Journal, The

Nokia had a tough time selling its Lumia 900 smartphones because of their relatively poor display, according to a Wall Street Journal commentary that predicts the upcoming Lumia 920 may fare better in the market because of its much-improved resolution and hardware, including a state-of-the-art camera. Nokia reported Thursday that it had sold 2.9 million of the Windows Phone handsets in the third quarter, compared with 4 million in the previous quarter.

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