The Nokia Lumia 1520 will be announced on October 22nd at Nokia World in Abu Dhabi, but we’re getting a good sense of what the phone/tablet will look like a couple weeks early. The 6-inch 1080p device dwarfs an iPhone 4, and will likely appear significantly larger than the company’s current flagship, the Lumia 1020.
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We’re receiving reports that, like the Lumia 920 and 620 before it, Nokia Lumia 520 customers are able to upgrade to ‘Amber’ now, bringing a number of new features. Most notably, users can expect Data Sense, Glance Screen and a few new features in the Smart Camera app, which is a separate download from the
Nokia has officially brought its 41MP powerhouse Windows Phone 8 smartphone to Canada. This is now available at TELUS and Rogers and the prices are as follows: TELUS: $199 on a 2-year or $725 outright Rogers: $199.99 on a 2-year and $599.99 on a month-to-month As for specs, the main feature of the LTE-enabled Lumia
Nokia will soon release the Lumia 1020 to Canadians. This camera-centric smartphone is en route to both Rogers and TELUS and we can now confirm that it’ll launch on October 3rd. According to an internal TELUS doc we received, “The Nokia Lumia 1020 takes photos and video that no other smartphone can match with a
The Rogers Nokia Lumia 1020, in yellow or black, has been up for pre-order for a week already. According to the Rogers website the carrier will sell this 41MP beauty for $199.99 on a 2-year contract. If you’re looking to score the 4.5-inch Windows Phone 8 device outright then prepare thyself to hand over $600.
“We want to make the picture equal a million words! It is not just a picture, it is your memory.” Those are the words of Samuli Hänninen, VP of software program management for Nokia’s Smart Devices business. Microsoft’s $7.2 billion proposed deal for Nokia’s Devices & Services is a joint effort that will take both
Nokia may be on the verge of becoming a Microsoft company, but until such a time it is business as usual. And usual business often means product launches. On October 22nd, Nokia is holding its annual conference, Nokia World, in Abu Dhabi, the capital of United Arab Emirates and one of the more unusual places to
Reservations of the LG G2 and Nokia Lumia 1020 went live on Rogers last week. The G2 will hit stores later this week on September 27th and the Lumia 1020 is expected to arrive early October. While customers could drop down $40 to secure their device, but taking a look at the Rogers site reveals
Nokia’s first foray into the tablet arena is expected to happen next month with a 10.1-inch slate. This Windows RT tablet has been known online by the internal code name of ‘Sirius’, but reputable device leaker evLeaks has posted on Twitter that the go-to-market name will be the Lumia 2520 – which also shows that
Nokia is set to hold an event on October 22nd, at which they’ll likely debut the 6-inch Lumia 1520 smartphone and a 10-inch Windows RT tablet. The event was originally scheduled for September 26th but Nokia reportedly delayed it to cut the lead time between announcement and launch date. The event is using the tag