Great news for all those Asha mayoral candidates, Nokia and Foursquare is bringing the Foursquare app to Nokia S40 in an attempt to get the next billion to check in.
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.
It seems that earlier news today that the upcoming Nokia EOS camera flagship device from Nokia is in fact not the Lumia 1020, but instead the Nokia Lumia 909. This comes straight from the original source’s mouth; EVLeaks.
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.
Nokia today launched three new feature phones for their Asha line up. The devices aimed at emerging markets, are set to pack the barebones basic as always, but focus on 3G connectivity and WhatsApp support.
The internet has been abuzz about Nokia’s next flagship smart phone which will supposedly carry the same camera last seen on its revolutionary Nokia 808 PureView device last year. With the Symbian powered device set to be discontinued soon, the company will supposedly launch a new camera smart phone carrying the ‘EOS’ codename.
Nokia hasn’t been all that secretive as of late with their flagship devices with leaks pouring out, the latest of which being a spat of leaks of their upcoming camera phone flagship the Nokia Lumia EOS which is set to bring a substantial camera to the smart phone game.
Remember the Nokia 808 PureView and its revolutionary 41MP camera? Well, looks like Nokia is planning a revolutionary move for Windows Phone with its upcoming Nokia EOS smart phone, which may see a 41MP camera on the latest version of Windows Phone.
It has taken a while, but Finish smart phone start-up Jolla, have finally revealed their Sailfish powered device, the long lost son of Nokia’s once iconic N-line of Maemo powered internet tablet devices. The new Jolla phone will cost a mere $515 and is expected to go on sale later this year.
Nokia finally announced their new Nokia Lumia 925, an updated version of the Nokia Lumia 925 that sees a complete overhaul to the appearance of the device. It did come with a few surprises too though.