It certainly looks like prospects are improving for Windows Phone 8 users. After getting locked out of some of the most popular cross-platform titles, Nokia announced, during a press conference in Abu Dhabi, a slew of devices and reputable apps hitting the Windows Phone store. We already knew that Flipboard, Vine and Path were en
Nokia World is happening tomorrow and the company will possibly announce the leaked 6-inch Lumia 1520 and the 10.1-inch Lumia 2520 Windows RT tablet. In addition, Nokia will most likely introduce an accessory called “Guru.” Reputable device leaker evleaks has revealed a picture of this music player and it looks to resemble an iPod Shuffle, though
Here she is! This is a picture of Nokia’s upcoming Windows RT tablet. The Nokia Lumia 2520 has leaked online in the past, but not as clear as this press image posted by reputable device leaker EvLeaks. Apparently we’ll see this officially unveiled at the upcoming October 22nd media event. As for specs, rumours are
Nokia is getting prepared to dazzle the world on October 22nd. An event is planned to take place in Abu Dhabi and it’s also expected that they will officially unveil the heavily leaked 6-inch Windows Phone 8 Lumia 1520, and the Lumia 2520 Windows RT tablet. If you’re interested in watching the finer details of
Windows Phone 8.1 is set to be released some time in 2014, but its spectre has been looming over every Microsoft-backed smartphone since late 2012. That’s because Microsoft knows, as does Nokia, that in its current form Windows Phone 8 doesn’t come close to providing the kind of compelling experiences mobile users require from their
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.
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.