Nokia is rumoured to be launching a 10.1-inch tablet in the coming weeks, currently going by the internal code name of ‘Sirius’. In addition, to compete with Samsung, LG, Sony and HTC, Nokia is also expected to release a phablet, which might be officially called the Nokia Lumia 1520. According to a post on WPCentral,
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Nokia is finally entering the tablet space. After years of sitting back and seeing the demand for this category, Nokia is expected to release a 10.1-inch Windows RT tablet, currently with the rumoured codename of Sirius. An image of this popped up online a couple weeks ago and now additional details and specs have been
As predicted last week, the Amber update, also known as GDR2, is now available for the Rogers Lumia 920. We’ve received word that the update is being pushed to devices now, and should be available as an over-the-air download. The update “significantly improves algorithms that offer better noise reduction, colour reproduction, exposure control and autofocus,”
Nokia took the lid off its Lumia Amber update for Windows Phone 8 devices today, admitting that it is rolling out later than expected but with a few more features than initially promised. The update, which also includes the requisite improvements in Microsoft’s GDR2 roundup, includes a number of app additions, including Nokia’s Smart Camera
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Today, Nokia has announced yet another low-cost Windows Phone 8 device, the Lumia 625. The 4.7-inch LTE-capable device comes in a range of colours that can be customized with removable backplates, and runs Windows Phone 8 GDR2. The screen resolution is a poor 800×480, making for a disappointing 201ppi pixel density. With a 1.4Ghz Qualcomm
Nokia has a knack for releasing entry-level devices unmatched in build quality, price and software compatibility. The Lumia 620 is a natural extension of its Windows Phone 7.5-based Lumia 610 predecessor, but accomplishes everything considerably faster. At $250 outright on TELUS and free on a two-year term, there aren’t many true competitors to the 620.
The Nokia Lumia 610 tries to make the argument for Windows Phone in the low-cost market segment, and in many ways represents the future of Windows Phone 7 as an entry-level operating system. As Windows Phone 8 approaches, the base of the market will be catered to by a bevy of entry-level handsets led by
We know, we know. It’s hard getting excited for the Nokia 500′s of the world when there are so many smartphones to choose from. But everyone has a mom, brother or cousin who just doesn’t care about pixel density, megahertz and aperture size. Often, these folks want a phone to, you know, call people and, occasionally,
Stephen Elop, Nokia’s relatively fresh-faced CEO, is a huge proponent of Windows Phone. He’s even putting most of his eggs in one basket as the company scales down its massive Symbian phone output (though complete support won’t stop until 2016) and is hoping to get as many customers to switch over to WP7 as possible.