When in doubt, attack the iPhone. This is a strategy that has been employed countless times over the past seven years, ever since Apple’s iPhone first came along and turned the smartphone industry on its head in 2007. One company actually managed to turn iPhone-bashing into a successful business, but it costs Samsung double-digit billions in marketing money each year to make its anti-Apple campaign work. Of course, most companies don’t have that kind of money to spend on marketing and advertising, so they haven’t fared quite as well.
Nokia on Wednesday announced new smartphones during Microsoft’s Build 2014 keynote, the Lumia 930 and Lumia 630, with both devices expected to run Windows Phone 8.1 and to launch later this year. Additionally, the company said that its existing Lumia lineup will also be updated to Windows Phone 8.1 later this year via an over-the-air update. More →