Hints abound that the Finnish phone maker may have a solar-powered device in the works and will possibly target emerging markets first.» Read Article
Recently leaked photos appear to confirm the 41-megapixel resolution of the Nokia EOS camera, while also suggesting that there could be a metallic variant of the device.
The 11-year run of the Symbian OS will draw to a close this summer when Nokia ships the last of its units running the platform.
The Nokia Lumia 925 has now gone on sale in Germany, with other countries realeasing the Windows Phone 8 handset later on.
The same source that leaked supposed images of the upcoming 41-megapixel Nokia EOS handset has released a video that shows that the handset's camera has a mechanical shutter.
The popular photo app Instagram is rumored to finally be heading to Windows Phone on June 26, but as a Nokia exclusive.
Images of Nokia's rumored 41MP handset have surfaced, showing off what could be the design for the manufacturer's newest handset.
An image has leaked on Twitter showing off unannounced phones from Nokia, Sony, and HTC, but insiders are saying the image is inaccurate.
New reports suggest that Nokia's rumored 41MP Lumia handset, codenamed EOS, is set to launch this July.
Six months after promising to integrate sight recognition into its suite of Here apps, Nokia has finally done so in Here Maps for Windows Phone 8.
Leaks indicate that Nokia is developing a new Lumia smartphone that's equipped with a 41 megapixel camera.
At an event in London, Nokia has just taken the wraps off the Lumia 925, a new version of the Lumia 920. This upcoming Windows Phone will be the first in this series with a metal frame, and it will include other new features as well.
Nokia teased a new unnamed device earlier today, which is rumored to be the Lumia 925 and is expected to be revealed at the company's event tomorrow.
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