Bad news: Very few people in the USA and Canada care about the Lumia (920)

http://www.google.com/trends/explore#q=lumia%20920%2C%20lumia&date=today%203-m&cmpt=q

Take a good look at the regional interest, its mostly focused in countries like Finland (big surprise), India, and Russia, where in places like the US/Canada (where Nokia really needs to win market share) very few people are even searching for the term.

Now add some keywords like "Galaxy S3"...

And you'll see how the entire *aggregate* of the "Lumia" brand pales in comparison to the single "galaxy s3" keyword. (Also, if you know how Google Trends works, its not a linear comparison ... a score of 60 vs 30 doesn't mean 2 times as many searches, its many, many more searches).

Add a keyword like the iPhone5, and the results are just down right bad...

How can windows phone (and particularly Nokia) survive if they can't make any inroads in the most important markets (USA, Canada, UK, Japan, China, etc)?