There was a time when it seemed everyone owned a Nokia mobile phone. But the Finnish company's fortunes have tumbled, to the point where it now holds just two percent of the lucrative smartphone market. It hopes the Lumia 610 will help change that. internet-heavy applications are where Nokia has lost ground using the previous operating systems it developed in house. That's been dumped, and the Lumia uses Microsoft's Windows Phone software as it battles the Android and Apple operating system.