As rumors have indicated, Microsoft and Nokia will probably introduce their next-gen Windows 8 Lumia phone as early as Sept. 5. However, with Microsoft largely irrelevant in this booming space, can a new Windows phone beat the competition from megacompanies such as Apple? It's an exciting moment for the company, but investors can expect a growth span that will develop over a five-year period.
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