12/29/2011, So we know that the Nokia Lumia 710 will be launched in the US on T-Mobile, and the good news is that the page for purchasing the device has gone up on T-Mobile’s website. You can’t place an order (or pre-order) just yet, but it appears that things must be rolling along pretty nicely and should be set for the originally planned 11th of January 2012 launch of the device.
12/29/2011, We all know that Windows Phone LTE devices will be arriving sometime in the future, but it looks like Nokia has already started working on them. According to reports online, some folks managed to dig up a Nokia diagnostics app in a Nokia Lumia 800, and discovered some interesting details. The app had features to test “LTE TX” and “LTE Band Lock”, with the latter containing options to test Band […]
12/28/2011, Having goals and targets in life is extremely important – it helps one keep things in focus, not to mention being able to chart one’s progress towards a particular goal. Samsung, who enjoyed a great year when it comes to phone sales, intends to move up the ladder in terms of sales figures when 2012 rolls around. In fact, the Korea Economic Daily reports that Samsung hopes to increase their […]
12/28/2011, The Nokia Developers page does have some juicy parts for your eyeballs, and one of them would be the technical specifications of the recently announced Nokia 801T, being a touchscreen device that is headed for China – making it a kindred spirit as with the X7. Just what kind of hardware can you expect to carry? For starters, there is a 4″ clear black LCD display, in addition to an […]
12/28/2011, About a week ago we reported that a designer came up with a concept Nokia tablet that was inspired by the N9’s design and the Sony Tablet S. After seeing the success with the design, it seems another designer has decided to come up with a design of his own which he has dubbed the Nokia 1 tablet and appears to be inspired by the N9, and less of the […]
12/23/2011, In addition to the ETA for the Symbian Belle update, Nokia announced on Wednesday that the operating system would be renamed to Nokia Belle. While I’m sure most of us didn’t flinch or even bother to ask why, Nokia has kindly took the time to write up a blog post that somewhat addresses the name change. Here’s what Nokia had to say: “We are still using Symbian Belle with some […]
12/23/2011, Remember our previous article about the Nokia 800 arriving in white and yellow? Well it looks like there could be more to the picture than meets the eye. The folks over at wmpoweruser.com enlarged the image, and enhanced the contrast to reveal some interesting details about the phone. According to their findings, the images might be of the Nokia Lumia 900 instead of the Lumia 800 that they were thought […]
12/22/2011, We know that Nokia has no plans for a tablet right now with their focus being on Windows Phone smartphones, but who’s to say what the future might hold, right? Well, with Nokia banking pretty much everything on Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform, it’s not hard to imagine that the company could be interested in launching a Windows-based tablet in the future, but that hasn’t stopped designer Cameron McKinnon from coming […]
12/21/2011, We’ve previously mentioned that Symbian Belle would be making its way to selected Nokia handsets early next year. Well today, Nokia has renamed the operating system to Nokia Bell and given us a date to look forward to: February 2012. In addition to the update being delivered to Symbian handsets, Nokia announced that it will be selling enhanced versions of the Nokia N8, Nokia C7 and Nokia C6-01 with Nokia […]
12/20/2011, Finnish phone manufacturer Nokia recently sent out invites to a press event for eligible folks who are headed for CES 2012 in Las Vegas three weeks from now. In fact, Nokia has already booked a slot this January 9th, where the world will most probably hear more about the latest Nokia news, in addition to the possibility of new devices being announced. Some folks think that the Lumia 900 that […]
12/15/2011, With T-Mobile officially launching the Nokia Lumia 710, both Nokia and Windows Phone fans based in the US are probably wondering when the rest of Nokia’s Windows Phone portfolio is expected to hit, and here’s the good news. According to Nokia’s North American President, Chris Weber, Nokia’s big push into the US market won’t begin until CES which is held in January 2012.
12/15/2011, In ongoing efforts of trying to replace the Ovi brand with just Nokia, the Finnish mobile giant has announced that the Ovi Contacts website will be discontinued in January 24th, 2011. The website which lets users sync and back up contacts on their Nokia phones will no longer be a part of Nokia’s services. From now until the Ovi Contacts website’s closing date, you’ll be able to use the service […]
12/14/2011, You ubergeeks reading this will think the Nokia Lumia 710 running Windows Phone 7.5 Mango, announced this morning and scheduled to go on sale from T-Mobile January 11 for $49.99 with a two-year deal, is lame. And, from a superficial spec point of view, you’d probably be right, especially when it’s compared to the recent rash of Android LTE superphones.
12/14/2011, If you’re looking forward to picking up Nokia’s next Windows Phone device, the Nokia Lumia 900, you might not have to wait for too long. Swisscom, a Swiss carrier was asked on Twitter about the release date of the Nokia Lumia 800 and 900 and was surprisingly given a response. According to the Swisscom Twitter account, it looks like the phone will be available by the end of February. Now […]