HTC unveiled its new flagship Android device, HTC One (M8), at its event yesterday. The phone looks beautiful and comes with even more advanced features than the HTC One, the company’s one year old flagship phone. As a custom, Nokia was no slouch at taking potshots at the Taiwanese giant’s new handset.
Minutes after the handset’s launch, Nokia posted a tweet which hinted at its event next month. “Why go for One when you get more? Join us for #moreLumia on April 2 in San Francisco,” tweeted Nokia, along with an image about its event at the Microsoft’s developer BUILD conference.
However, this isn’t the first time Nokia has taken a potshot at a company. If you remember, last month at Samsung Galaxy S5’s launch, Nokia asked Samsung to stand out!,
— Nokia UK (@nokia_uk) February 24, 2014
Rumors about the Finnish giant purportedly launching devices with the codenames Moneypenny (Lumia 635) , Goldfinger (Lumia 630), and Martini (Lumia 930) have been floating around for a while now. Also, expectations of seeing the Windows Phone 8.1 operating system are still high.