Our good friend and trusted industry insider @evleaks may have revealed his identity a little while ago, but that doesn’t mean he’s out of business. Not in the least, as he’s just tweeted the first high-res press photo of the highly anticipated Nokia EOS, now certain to be called Lumia 1020.
Most of you are probably on pins and needles by now in anticipation of Nokia’s likely spectacular EOS smartphone, but I’m fairly certain there are those among you that dig the Finnish company for an entirely different reason – its ultra-affordable feature phones.
Huawei has picked up a former Nokia executive as it expands its smartphone offerings.
In a new tweet, Nokia Spain revealed that the entire Nokia Lumia range will get updated to the new WP8 Amber OS in August.
Thought Nokia sold phones for dirt cheap with barely any margin? Well, the Finnish company makes profits even on their cheapest feature phone, the Nokia 105, which costs just $20.
There’s a lot of different ways to get people to buy your smartphones, one way that not a lot can argue is actually giving customers money for their old phones so they can get your new ones.
Is T-Mobile on a roll or what? The (still) number four wireless network in the States has ditched contracts not long ago, is planning to launch LTE-Advanced by the end of 2013 and might be the first to sell two very exciting phones – Nokia’s Lumia 925 and Sony’s Xperia Z.
Nokia’s upcoming camera phone has been running rampant in the rumor mill lately and it seems like everything is finally coming together. First we got the hardware and now we get a possible name for the device.
The all new Nokia Asha 501 might be the company’s best sub $100 phone ever, is up for pre-order in India for a very affordable $90.
I think it’s time to have a little bit of fun. Just like last week, Nokia has released some more memes to make fun of its competitors.
The Nokia Lumia EOS – previously codenamed Elvis and rumored to be marketed as the Zoom – is all but confirmed already, being most likely equipped with a top-notch 41 MP camera. What you might have not known about the beast is that it’s supposed to be a global device.
In a startling new discovery, WSJ reports that Microsoft and Nokia were in talks for a merger as late as last month. And we all thought that happened back when Windows Phone 7 was first announced.
With the latest teaser put up by Nokia, the 41 MP camera on the upcoming PureView powered Windows Phone is all but official.
Since the news broke about the possibility of a Nokia acquisition by Huawei, the Finnish handset maker’s stock prices have begun to dance. However, as open-minded as Huawei might be about the acquisition/merge, there’s still a catch. That is, Windows Phone needs to go.
Nokia is no stranger to tough times but things have been going a bit better as of late. Enough so that they’ve managed to attract Huawei as a potential buyer for the company, that is, if they want it.
A new leak suggests that the Finnish manufacturer is working on a device powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chipset, the fastest chip that is available in the market right now. A changelog file hosted on Nokia’s servers indicates that the company is manufacturing a device powered by quad-core processor, most probably Snapdragon 800. The file also
A new benchmark on GFXBench reveals a quad-core Lumia in the works. Will Windows Phone finally embrace the power of 4 cores?
The leaked prototypes of the Nokia EOS 41 MP bearing Smartphone may well be under production, aiming for an early July release.
A new report suggests that Nokia is working on multiple phablets to add to their Lumia line up. Also in the works is a low-cost version of the popular Lumia 920. Image credits: Neowin.net
Nokia is apparently holding event just less than a month from now that will apparently feature something that can zoom. It’s probably camera or phone related, or more likely both combined.