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    Article: BlackBerry Holds On to #3 Ranked Platform -

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    One big thing is that not many models of Windows Phone are currently even available in the US. I just visited the websites of VZW, Sprint, AT&T, and T-Mobile.

    VZW only has one Windows Phone, the HTC Trophy.

    Sprint only has two Windows Phones, the HTC Arrive and the Motorola ES400S. The Motorola device is $549 with a 2-yr contract.

    AT&T has two Samsung models and one HTC model.

    T-Mobile has the Nokia Lumia 710 and the HTC Radar.

    All of the four major US carriers have more models of Blackberry devices at this time.

    I expect to see Windows Phone to sell more once the carriers have more models available.
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    ^^^^^I agree. Nokia is pulling the identical market strategy that Samsung did when they launched the Galaxy II S series: Flood the world with the devices except North America, raising an uncommonly high level of expectancy and excitement in the US - then launching in NA and setting sales records. Nokia is attempting to do the same thing with most of their Win phones, and it will probably be successful

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