Today, at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Nokia announced two shiny new additions to its Lumia range. The Lumia 520 and Lumia 720 are two budget-friendly devices, expanding the company’s offering of affordable Windows Phones, and ensuring that the company can compete more effectively with the enormous volumes of low-end Android handsets that continue to flood the market.
Tomorrow, I’ll be speaking with Nokia executive Vesa Jutila, the company’s global head of marketing for its smartphone range, and the man who’s charged with making sure that consumers and businesses around the world know just what Nokia’s Lumia range has to offer in an increasingly crowded market.
I’ll be putting my own questions to Vesa during our interview, but I’d also like to invite you, dear reader, to submit your questions to put to him, to get to the heart of what matters most to you when it comes to Nokia and its Windows Phone offerings.
So what would you like to know? Do you think Nokia’s doing a good job when it comes to promoting its Lumia devices, or do you think there's something lacking? Do you think consumers may become confused by Nokia’s growing range of handsets? Do you think that Nokia runs the risk of not differentiating its own devices from one another? I can't promise to relay all of your queries to Vesa, but I'll do my best to get some answers to the issues that matter most to you.