The Nokia Lumia 928 is coming to a U.S. carrier. The flagship device will come in white and black, and will be available at Verizon from May 16th for $99.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate and new two-year contract.
We have already heard rumors regarding Nokia’s upcoming Lumia devices. Recently, we have heard some more rumors about the upcoming Lumia devices. We have come to know besides making Aluminium Nokia Catwalk (an upcoming Nokia device), Nokia is also making another new device — Nokia Max, which is rumored to have a large 4.7-inch display.
A leaked image on Twitter shows Nokia’s upcoming Windows Phone Lumia 928 device for Verizon. The famed Twitter users with the handle @evleaks has posted an image showing the front and back of the Lumia 928. The device seems to be an update to AT&T’s Lumia 920.
Nokia’s city navigation app named Transit is now available as beta to Asha touchscreen phones, adds public transport info. Nokia is already using this technology on their Windows Phone and Symbian devices. With this app one can plan trips across multiple public transport routes, save particular journeys, as well as research departure and arrival times.
After doing a success of Nokia Lumia 920, Microsoft is planning to bring a new Windows Phone to the Nokia Lumia series – the Lumia 928. The upcoming Lumia 928 is going to have some addition in its specs, compared to Lumia 920. So far we’ve come to know that Nokia will use aluminum body for the upcoming Lumia 928 and the device will feature Xenon and LED flash with 8-megapixel PureView camera.
When software giant Microsoft released Surface tablet to compete with Apple’s iPad, around that time we heard about a possible Microsoft Surface phone, a conceptual phone created by Jonas Daehnert based on Surface tablet design. Being a conceptual phone, there was no guarantee that whether or not this smartphone would ever be made. But mobile phone maker Nokia believes that Microsoft is planning to make a Surface phone as soon as possible. If that’s true, Nokia is surely going to fall into big trouble.
The patents warfare between Apple and Samsung is nothing new. The duo has been embroiled in multiple patent lawsuits all across the world for quite some years now. However, in a very surprising move, Nokia has chipped in with its support for Apple in one of such cases against Samsung.
Nokia unveiled Lumia 720 at MWC 2013. Although having modest specs, Lumia 720 comes with Carl Zeiss camera technology and NFC support. The phone runs Microsoft Windows Phone 8 OS and features a 4.3-inch TFT capacitive touchscreen display and is powered by 1GHz processor provided by Qualcomm. Like Lumia 520, Lumia 720 also comes with 512MB […]
Nokia 301 is a brand new classic phone from Nokia that first landed at MWC 2013. The phone can provide up to 20 hours of talk time and up to 39 days of standby time. The phone comes with a 2.4-inch QVGA display (320 X 240 pixel resolution) like other simple cell phones with many other […]
Buying an affordable smartphone shouldn’t mean compromising on the experience. Based on the theory, Nokia has brought Nokia Lumia 520, a device that’s made to bring the Windows Phone 8 experience to the world along with the Nokia Pure design experience at an extremely low price point. This Windows Phone 8 has all same “super sensitive […]
During this year’s MWC event, Nokia has kept itself to relatively modest smartphones. Among the releaseS was the Lumia 720, which comes with mid-end specs but packs a rather wholesome punch, thanks to the Carl Zeiss camera technology included in it.
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