For quite some time, the smartphone market has been dominated by phones which run the iOS and Android operating systems. Recently, Microsoft has launched its latest offering, Windows Phone 8. The launch of this software has seen several impressive handset models hit the market such as the HTC 8X and the Nokia Lumia 920.
It’s well known that the smartphone market has been dominated by phones that run on either the iOS or Android operating systems. Recently, Microsoft launched its latest offering, Windows Phone 8 which aims to be one the competitors for iOS and Android in the smartphone markets. The introductions of Windows Phone 8 operating system have already seen several impressive models hit the market such as HTC 8X and the Nokia Lumia 920.
A latest advertisement for this mobile operating system has recently been released and it highlight the benefit of its to people in the street in effort to convince them that Windows Phone 8 is also a great operating system that can meet their needs and demand. Among the features showcased are its unique live tiles and people hub.
Although the focus of this advertisement is Windows Phone 8, it is certainly worth to watch this ads video if you are in the market to purchase a new smartphone and looking for an alternative to other than iOS and Android devices such as Apple iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy S3.
The phone that was use in Advertisement to showcase the features of this windows 8 operating system is the HTC 8X which is a high-end device launched by the Taiwanese manufacturer to introduce Microsoft’s latest Operating system. It was launched along a mid range Windows Phone 8 device, the HTC 8S that are offered as a more affordable price point.
Mean while, once a market leader in the mobile phone industry, Nokia has also launched two phones in a bid to revive its brand back to top again with this new operating system which is the Nokia Lumia 920 and Lumia 820. The Lumia 920 is a high-end device while the Lumia 820 is the Finnish maker’s mid range device.
Nokia report that the early sales of the Lumia has been very positive with report claimed that the device has been a sold out in the US,Germany and Australia, with more than 2.5 million units of the handset sold in less than a month after its official launch.