It might have taken Nokia a little more time than Android players to join the Full HD, quad-core mobile game, but once the Finns got the hang of it, there’s no stopping them.
After months of speculation, seemingly unintentional confirmations, vaguer and more thorough spills of information, Nokia’s Lumia 525 has moments ago become official as a minor but meaningful Lumia 520 upgrade.
Riding the wave of enthusiasm around recent low-end, low-cost Asha products, Nokia is reportedly working on two new additions to the series, one unnamed and the other carrying an intriguing Normandy alias.
Nokia has made a habit of advertising its products at the expense of the competition and the latest Lumia 2520 commercial follows the tradition, pitting the 10-inch tab/mini-laptop hybrid against the less productive Apple iPad Air.
Hit-and-miss Taiwanese online publication Digitimes adds fuel to the Nokia Lumia 2020 fire, claiming the 8-inch tablet also known as “Illusionist” will land in the first quarter of 2014.
Microsoft stores will not be the only retail channel offering Nokia’s Lumia 2520 for sale this week, as Verizon and AT&T have just made their own release dates and pricing details official.
Microsoft is expected to add support for Bluetooth low energy (LE) in Windows Phone 8.1, but Nokia isn’t in the mood to wait around for that long.
Nokia’s latest flagship smartphone and its first ever Lumia tablet are still hot off the press, but if we are to believe new rumors circulating around the web their sequels are not very far down the road.
The Lumia 1520, Nokia and Windows Phone’s first phablet device, will be launching on AT&T on November 15.
Nokia Lumia 525 fully detailed ahead of formal intro: 4-inch screen, 1 GB RAM, Guru headset in the box
Even with the highly anticipated Lumia 1320, 1520 and 2520 going official a couple of weeks ago, there’s no shortage of speculation concerning upcoming Nokia devices. In fact, we’re facing a genuine rumor overload… again, this time starring the Lumia 525, 929 and “Illusionist”.
Not many believed in Nokia’s tablet prospects, since the Finns decided to wager on Microsoft’s sinking Windows RT platform, but, believe it or not, the Lumia 2520 is destined to get a wingman as soon as “early 2014”.
With the Lumia 520 becoming the most popular Windows Phone device, everyone’s been looking forward to its upcoming successor, the Lumia 525.
The Nokia ‘Guru’ could be nothing more than an upgraded version of Nokia’s existing Bluetooth headset, with NFC capability.
While last week’s Nokia World press event was certainly action-packed, with a new Lumia smartphone duo, the first ever Lumia tab and a trio of basic Asha handhelds seeing daylight, the Finns didn’t put all the cards on the table and kept an ace or two up their sleeves.
AT&T may have gotten US exclusivity of the gargantuan Nokia Lumia 1520, the first Windows Phone to come with FHD resolution and quad-core power, but it’s now a near certainty Nokia will be doing Verizon a pretty big favor as well.
Nokia has gotten really good of late at advertising its products at the expense of the competition, but nothing, not even that wickedly clever anti-Galaxy S4 Zoom marketing stunt, showcased the sheer brilliance the Finns are apparently capable of.
Instagram, one of the most sought-after apps in the mobile world, will soon be making its way to Windows Phone.
Phablets, Windows RT tablet and three low-end smartphones unveiled during Nokia World keynote in Abu Dhabi.
Evleaks has leaked a picture of Nokia’s ‘Guru’ music player, an iPod Shuffle-like portable music player.
It’s no big secret Nokia messed up the timing of its glitzy Abu Dhabi “World” event, what with Apple looking to intro two new iPads pretty much simultaneously. But what if we’re in for some whopping surprises from the Finns and Cupertino will end up overshadowed after all?