The launch of Nokia N9 Canada looks like a distant probability now, reports Internet Marketing Services.
(PRWEB) February 24, 2012
Internet Marketing Services has recently reported that the long awaited launch of Nokia N9 Canada may take much longer than anticipated earlier. Internet Marketing Services is a well known market research company based out of Ontario. They provide updated information on all popular products in the market. It may be recalled that the N9 model from Nokia is one of the most popular phones of our time, and there has been plenty of speculations in the Canadian telecommunication market about its probable release date. The research has revealed that the non availability of the phone is a well thought strategy from Nokia to promote their first Windows Phone 7 device in the country.
The findings of the research are not too encouraging for people who have been waiting for months for the release of Nokia N9 Canada. During the launch announcement of Nokia N9, major Smartphone markets like US, Canada, Belgium, Norway, and Netherlands were kept out of the list. Incidentally, these are the markets that Nokia preferred for the launch of their WP 7 device. Internet Marketing Services suggests that Nokia wanted to market the Windows Phone in the mature markets, in these countries that have a high demand for iPhones and Android devices. The company may have assessed that a Windows Phone has much better chances of success than N9 in these markets.
Many Smartphone enthusiasts in Canada are still waiting eagerly for the arrival of Nokia N9 Canada. This amazing Smartphone has been extremely successful in all countries where it was launched. The Mee Go operating system of the phone has already been updated twice by the company in order to enhance customer experience. N9 is also well known for its excellent user interface.
About Internet Marketing Services: Internet Marketing Services is a private market research company that conducts market research on various topics. The company is based out of Ontario.
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