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Hands on: The Android-Powered Nokia X, X+, XL

Nokia's new Android-powered Nokia X has been rumored for months, and now it's finally here. Can it live up to all the hype? Read full article

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Microsoft’s Android Phone: Nokia’s X, X+, XL

Nokia has officially released the new Nokia X series: three new smartphones, all powered by Android, not Windows Phone. Can they survive the impending Microsoft acquisition? Read full article

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Nokia Android Phone ‘Normandy’ to Launch This Month

Nokia's long-rumored Android phone is coming sooner than ever. Will it survive the Microsoft acquisition? Read full article

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Nokia Android Phone Interface Appears Online in Leaked Photos

Nokia's Android phone looks like Windows Phone and Asha had a baby - too bad it'll probably never see the light of day. Read full article

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Nokia Wins Patent Injunction Against Every One of HTC’s Android Smartphones in Germany

Nokia is going after HTC harder than ever; a German court recently rewarded their efforts with an injunction against most of HTC's portfolio. Read full article

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Nokia Introduces Colorful BH-121 Bluetooth Stereo Headset

The recognizable bits of Nokia might now be part of Microsoft, but they're still churning out fun new hardware, like this tiny square of a Bluetooth headset. Read full article

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Nokia Lumia 525 is Successor to Lumia 520, the Best Selling Windows Phone

This week, Nokia announced the new Lumia 525 as a successor to the extraordinarily popular Lumia 520. Read full article

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Nokia Lumia 1520 Announced, Brings Quad-Core Snapdragon 800, 20MP PureView to Windows Phone

It's official: Nokia has come clean with their newest Windows Phone flagship, the Lumia 1520 - and on paper, it's a winner. Top of the line quad-core CPUs, a 20MP[...] Read full article

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VIDEO: Nokia Lumia 820 Hands On Preview

Brighthand quickly previews the Nokia Lumia 820. Read full article

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Microsoft Acquires Most of Nokia

In what comes as little surprise to most people who keep an eye on such things, Microsoft has acquired Nokia's hardware division in a deal worth more than $7 billion. Read full article