TheVerge - So where does this leave Windows Phone for 2014? Both of these handsets will satisfy some, but there’s too much solid competition at both the high- and low-end for either to truly succeed. The Lumia 520 capitalized on a gap in the market before Motorola was able to produce good Android handsets at low prices. If Microsoft is serious about growing Windows Phone marketshare then it might have to sacrifice some margins and provide specs that deliver a good experience even at the low end of the market. Otherwise, there’s always Samsung or an array of Android handsets for savvy shoppers to consider.