Nokia as we all know, is best buddies with Microsoft which is why we’re seeing smartphones like the Lumia 920, 820 receive several exclusive apps while the rest of the WP8 camp have to settle with what the developers provide. This partnership also means that Nokia gets to work in close quarters with Microsoft to
Nokia Lumia smartphones got off to a decent start with better than average sales reported at AT&T stores during the initial few days of the launch. This followed with the holiday season too as people grew exceedingly curious to get hold of the latest and greatest Lumia smartphone. And now, the company has come out
Nokia recently launched two new Windows Phone 8 devices – Lumia 920 and Lumia 820. Both the device are marvelous, and Lumia 920 is an exclusive model sold only by AT&T. Both the devices are up for sale from AT&T and the prices for Lumia 920 and Lumia 820 are $99.99 and $49.99 respectively (on
Nokia has been waiting to launch the Nokia Lumia 920 in the market. As you all know, Nokia Lumia 920 is a remarkable device that runs on Windows Phone 8, which is also a noteworthy operating system, making the combination an outstanding one. The Lumia 920 is the flagship Windows Phone 8 device from Nokia
Nokia Maps is hands down one of the best Maps applications out there along with Google Maps. With its array of features and offline support, it is something loyalist Nokia Lumia owners can proudly brag about. The fact that it’s exclusive to just Nokia Lumia Windows Phones, tells us a lot about what it means
AT&T has just taken the wraps off the Lumia 920 and the 820 on its network. Although not available immediately, yesterday’s event marked the formal arrival of the device on the carrier. The big surprise however is that the Lumia 920 is an AT&T exclusive in the U.S, much like its predecessor the Lumia 900.
Nokia took the world by storm when it announced the Lumia 820 and 920 which were the company’s first WP8 running smartphones. And now, a new report emerging from Redmond Pie suggests that Nokia could be looking to sue fellow WP8 OEM, HTC claiming that they ripped off the design of the Lumia 820 with
Nokia’s new range of Lumia smartphones with WP8 seems to have leaked out a few days ahead of the official announcement. Courtesy of @evleaks on Twitter, we now have images of what seems like the next big thing in the Windows Phone sphere. The good news however for all WP fans is that these smartphones