I am a Nokia phone person but HTC from Taiwan has come well into its own in the U.S. market since smart-phones have infiltrated the scene. I have an HTC Ozone and I am more than pleased with it. It's a matter of choice and taste. Shame Nokia's presence has not diversified itself more in the U.S. They were phenomenal when more basic phones were predominant. User-friendly, durable. Hopefully they come out with more smart-phones as well.
Well, there are the Lumias coming for T-Mobile and AT&T. I think a problem that Nokia is going to run into is Windows 7. It seems the lion's share of the market goes to iOS and Android. We'll see, if anyone could turn Windows 7 into a more popular opt...