Nokia Lumia 925 equipped with Nokia Glance Screen has hit store shelves in Germany today with the device slated for rest of the Europe and China followed by US and other countries across the world.
Nokia has unveiled the latest in its Asha range of smartphones – Asha 501 and has pitched it in the low to medium price smartphone segment with a sub-$100 price tag.
Following weeks of speculations, leaks and rumours Nokia has finally confirmed the existence of its next flagship Windows Phone device – the Lumia 928.
Nokia has teased, rather in detail, what seems to be a QWERTY Lumia Windows Phone – probably the first of its kind if it actually turns out to be a Windows Phone.
When Nokia ditched Symbian for their smart phones they were heavily depending on Windows Phone as it was the only way out for them. When Windows Phone 8 was launched, Nokia CEO Stephen Elop said that he had no news about Microsoft building its own Surface phone but now it seems that Nokia’s tone has changed regarding this.
Nokia is finally rolling out Microsoft’s next mobile operating system – Windows Phone 7.8 to its Lumia range of smartphones.
Nokia has finally made the official statement about the last Symbian phone – The PureView and has put an end to speculations as to when will the Finnish company’s famous operating system breath its last.
During Nokia’s press event for the launch of its flagship Windows Phone 8 smartphone – the Lumia 920 the Finnish company made available some promotional materials wherein there was a video showcasing PureView’s main feature: optical image stabilization (OIS) but, it turns out these ads were faked following which Nokia has issued an official apology.
Images of what seem to be press shoots of Nokia upcoming Windows Phone 8 handsets have appeared on Twitter all thanks to evleaks.
In a bid to conquer the indoors and bring about innovation in location based indoor services and solutions, Nokia has announced an alliance of 22 companies dubbed "In-Location".