Nokia Lumia 900 to be Followed with Cheaper Tango-Based Phones

January 6, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

With just a few days to Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2012, there are speculations about the release of Nokia Lumia 900 in the event. Even though there are no official confirmations, many people believe that they would see the device then.

The latest rumor surrounding the device is that it will be followed up by the first phones founded on the Tango update in spring. There are reports that a Taiwanese company claimed that the company would make Nokia’s “Entry-level” phones, which require the Tango Updates for the proper function.

They will start manufacturing the Nokia phones from the second quarter of this year. However, the production of Nokia Lumia 900 has been brought back to Nokia, even after Compal successfully manufactured Lumia 800 and Lumia 710.

The reason for this shift is unknown for now. Following the timing we could assume that Nokia would release the Tango based Windows Phones at Mobile World Congress which is set to occur in late February.

Hence its shipping possibly requires much more time.

There haven’t been any reports about the pricing from the trusted sources, but it is assumed that the Tango is popular for budget- friendly devices, but features cheaper processors and low- resolution screens. Tango is thought to be a pre- condition of Nokia’s deal.

It is evident that the company faced a lot of competition within the high- end models in the west. Competition from the cheaper Androids in south-east Asia further worsened the condition.

The new effort is a fair and easier option without regaining the dominance in China, in contrast with the tough situation that exists in the US markets.

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