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Just when you thought Nokia had their head screwed on right with their three digit naming scheme, the Finns go and start a four digit naming scheme again. The latest addition to the ‘family’ seems to be the rumoured Nokia Lumia 1520 phablet device as allegedly caught on camera above.
The Nokia Lumia 1520 is set to be the second Lumia device with a four digit name, after the camera centric Nokia Lumia 1020 was announced just over a month ago. The Lumia 1520 is allegedly shown above alongside the smaller Lumia 1020, depicting the device’s actual size. The super sized Lumia 1520 will allegedly feature a 6-inch 1080p touch display alongside a camera that is likely to be larger than 20MP. The polycarbonate body is once again seen and the device obviously runs a newer version of Windows Phone 8, most likely Windows Phone 8.1.
It remains to be seen as to exactly when Nokia will officially launch the device, especially considering that current Windows Phone 8 software limits display resolution to 720p, meaning support for that oversized 1080p screen will have to come first.
He laughed at the iPhone. He laughed at the iPad. Who’s laughing now? Microsoft’s CEO, Steve Ballmer, has announced that he will be retiring as Microsoft’s CEO within the next year, right in the middle of the company’s internal restructuring. Thanks to recent failures such as the Surface RT and Windows RT as well as SPOT, Zune, the Kin and Windows Phone taking quite a while to catch on, it’s without a doubt a decision Ballmer had little say in. As soon as the announcement went public, Microsoft shares rose to a near 52 week high. While you’re at it, why not take a look at Steve Ballmer’s greatest hits in the video above as well as the new additions below?
Was this the best move by Microsoft this decade? I for one think so, voice your opinion below!
One thing many company’s fail to do well is market their products. The right advertisement can have great long term repurcussions and lead to some good sales, just take a look at Apple’s iconic ’1984′ ad for the Mac. Nokia may not have always had the best advertisements, but their latest one showing off the Nokia Lumia 1020 and its photographical power is one to remember, and enjoy, both at the same time. The ad cleverly plays on their device’s strengths and quite sharply mocks its competitors. Take a look above!
Have you taken a look at Amzer’s great line of Nokia Lumia 1020 accessories yet? Great accessories for your Lumia 1020 like the Amzer TPU Hybrid Case and the Amzer Double Layer Hybrid case with Kickstand!
It seems that the rumours of a Windows Phone powered tablet from Nokia may very well be true. We’ve seen some shady leaks in the past, but the latest comes straight from The Verge’s inside sources who says that the upcoming device is currently in testing at AT&T.
According to The Verge, their sources that are close to all things Nokia suggests that a 6-inch Nokia phablet is currently in testing with AT&T and both company’s are preparing a release before the end of the year. Apparently the device will feature a 6-inch 1080p touch display as well as a speedy quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and a camera that features a lens bigger than 20MP. The Nokia phablet device is apparently being codenamed Bandit, it remains to be seen however whether or not Nokia will be launching their own long rumoured Windows RT tablet, considering what a failure the OS has turned out to be.
The Nokia phablet will apparently made entirely out of polycarbonate plastic with a slight hump on its back for its camera. It will be the first Windows Phone device to feature a 1080p display and will likely be aimed towards the Samsung Galaxy Note III, HTC One Max and Sony Xperia Z Ultra.
The Nokia Lumia 1020 has barely gone on sale in the US and Amazon has already started offering discounts on the Finns’ first Windows Phone device that features the company’s industry leading 41MP camera sensor.
The Nokia Lumia 1020 first launched on AT&T a few weeks ago with a hefty $299 price tag, when signing a two-year contract that is. Amazon, who have offered plenty discounts on devices before, none this early after a launch though, has discounted the Nokia Lumia 1020 by $50, making it $249, upon signing a two-year contract with AT&T of course. Buyers are offered all the officially available colour options which is yellow, black and white.
The Nokia Lumia 1020 has started going on sale in select markets already with the UK possibly joining in on the fun in September according to O2.
Eager to get your hands on the Nokia Lumia 1020 and its 41MP mobile camera? Well, you’re likely to get a bit more choice in the colour arena thanks to a new leak showing a red version of the Lumia 1020, which hasn’t been officially added to their line up.
After months of rumors and leaks, and years of development, the Windows Phone powered Nokia Lumia 1020 is finally official, bringing Nokia’s legendary 41MP camera to Windows Phone, at a price.
The Nokia Lumia 1020 is set to launch later today with a 41MP camera and some interesting other features, but its prized accessory has garnered a lot of attention too.
The Nokia Lumia 1020 (EOS or 909) has been the subject of many, many leaks over the passed few months and is set to be launched later this week in New York City, thus it seems fit that one of its key accessories leak out as well.
After months of rumours and some leaks supposedly orchestrated by Nokia themselves, Nokia’s upcoming camera superphone, powered by Windows Phone 8, is almost here. Previosuly rumoured as the Nokia EOS, the Nokia Lumia 1020 has popped up.