Seeing as Microsoft’s first-gen Surface tabs have been colossal sales duds (especially the one running Win RT) and Nokia, which is close to becoming Redmond’s property, is prepping a far superior slate with FHD screen and Snapdragon 800 CPU, you’d think the wisest call at this point would be the halting of the Surface project.
Windows Phone 8′s GDR3 update is slated to bring support for 1080p resolution displays, and a leaked screenshot shows how the Live Tile interface on the OS’ homescreen will be affected as a result.
Nokiasoft is now a thing with Microsoft’s takeover of Nokia’s Devices and Services unit.
Nokia might not look like a real threat for Samsung when it comes to minor things like, oh I don’t know, actual smartphone sales, but as far as advertising goes, the Finns look in much better, and perhaps more creative, shape than the Koreans of late.
One of the long standing nuisances of Windows Phone 8 might be resolved with the GDR3 update to the OS, which is expected to begin rolling out later this year.
Nokia’s upcoming 6-inch Windows Phone 8 device, codenamed ‘Bandit’, will be called the Lumia 1520 when it launches, according to the all-knowing evleaks.
Nokia’s Windows RT tablet is a reality whether people like it or not, and now, details on the specs of the device, codenamed Sirius, have surfaced online.
For technology enthusiasts, the mobile industry is a fascinating vertical to observe. Even in my relatively few years covering consumer electronics, I’ve already seen Microsoft go from ruling the smartphone space (briefly, and after an even briefer era of Palm dominance), to the unenviable position of (albeit well-funded) underdog — forced to claw its way
A new rumor suggests Microsoft will ship a notification center in the GDR3 update for Windows Phone 8, and that the feature is currently under testing at Nokia.
Nokia’s executive VP Chris Weber was in Thailand this week to promote sales in the country mentioned in an interview Instagram will be making its way to the Windows Phone Store in the near future.
You know, I’ve never been one to encourage commercials that promote a product by going at the competition’s throat. But if you can do it in style, with grace, humor and taste, I say go for it.
Rumors of Nokia’s alleged first “phablet” have been coming our way left and right over the past few weeks, pretty much already setting its existence in stone. But if there was still someone who doubted a “Bandit” was imminent, all reluctance shall be shattered to pieces today.
The codenames for seven upcoming Nokia devices have been leaked on Twitter by @evleaks.
Although it’s technically not yet confirmed, it’s no longer a national secret that Nokia is working on a 6-inch “phablet”. Codenamed “Bandit”, the big guy is reportedly headed for AT&T and could be the first WP8-based device to come with a full HD screen and quad-core CPU in tow.
Rumors and speculation around Nokia’s upcoming Windows RT tablet are becoming more and more frequent, and now a picture of what is allegedly the Verizon variant of the tablet has surfaced online.
Nokia working on a Windows RT 8.1 tablet, will feature a 10.1-inch full-HD display and Snapdragon 800
Nokia’s upcoming tablet running Windows RT has long been rumoured, and now we have more details regarding the hardware and the design of the tablet.
Bigger is better. It’s a creed that most Android smartphone manufacturers have taken for granted for a while now, but that companies like Nokia didn’t seem to be very fond of. Well, that’s all about to change, since the Finns have recently unveiled the 4.7-inch Lumia 625 and are reportedly working on a 5.2-inch 825.
The Amber update for Nokia Lumia devices has been ready to go for quite some time but hasn’t seen a release yet. That could change by the end of this month though, if rumors are to be believed.
Smartphones are currently the most exciting component of the consumer electronics industry, achieving new sales records every year. It’s undisputedly the fastest selling category of consumer electronics market. Every new version of flagship smartphone is setting higher sales mark than their predecessors. But like every other innovation, will the smartphone importance wane away with time?
An anonymous tipster suggests that Nokia will be announcing its first Windows 8 tablet sometime in September, followed by an unveiling of its Lumia phablet in November.