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page lumiaicon back 500x280 Nokia Lumia Icon unboxing and hands on

This is the Nokia Lumia Icon. You may have seen it in previous leaks as the Nokia Lumia 929. Or perhaps it was "that phone was supposed to fix the flaws of the Verizon Lumia 928." That's a really long name, so maybe I'm the only one who called it that. Either way, the Lumia Icon is the next premiere Windows Phone 8 handset launching on Verizon Wireless. It will debut February 20 and cost $199.99 on a two-year agreement. Take a look at the unboxing video below to get some first impressions of the phone.

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lumia 929 press 401x375 Nokia teases new phone thats probably the Lumia 929

Nokia is going to make noise with a new Lumia device next week. We're not exactly sure which device it will be, but signs point to it being the Lumia 929. The first sign that something's coming is courtesy of the video below, which asks if you heard or seen what's coming. That's probably a reference to the Lumia Icon, a phone we expected to be released months ago on Verizon Wireless. Read More »

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nokianormandy 500x254 Nokia Normandy Pops Up on Vietnamese Site Claims Google Suite Access

In a odd turn of events, the rumored Nokia Normandy has shown up on retail site The Gioididong.com.  While it is supporting specs we have already heard, this is claiming something entirely new - that this device will have access to the entire suite of Google apps. This includes Google Play, Google Search, Google Now, Maps, Gmail, YouTube, Calendar. Really?

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nokia meet under the tree 500x338 Nokia invites press to see something new, maybe the Android powered Normandy?

Nokia's days as a smartphone maker are numbered, but until Microsoft officially takes control of its device unit, the company still has to keep going with its existing plans. Those plans include a scheduled press conference at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next month, and that conference may be the launch site for Nokia’s first Android smartphone. Read More »

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appfolder Folders Arrive on Nokia Lumia Windows Phone Devices

Ever since Nokia switched from Symbian to Windows Phone there has been a HUGE out cry for the ability to "folder up" apps.  Folders have been a mainstay on Symbian devices for ages and were sorely missed by long term Nokia users and by Android/iOS converts alike.  The other day I woke up to a huge surprise on my Lumia 1020 when I found the "App Folder" app in the Nokia collection part of the Windows Phone store.

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Nokia Android Device 465x620 Pictures of a Prototype Nokia Running Android Surface (Nokia Normandy)

When Nokia decided to go Windows Phone and not Android, there were more than a few disappointed consumers out there. Being that Nokia's old OS Symbian on the surface closest matches Android, it would be the perfect marriage of hardware and software.  Now there are pictures a prototype called Nokia Normandy which is a lower end Nokia device running a forked version of Android.   Read More »

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nokia normandy android 500x264 This leaked image shows what a Nokia Android phone would (or could) look like

One of the reasons that Microsoft swooped in with more than $7 billion to purchase the Nokia handset division was that Nokia had plans to support Android. With the Nokia Lumia smartphones accounting for 9 out of every 10 Windows Phone handsets, Microsoft couldn't risk losing its biggest asset, so it bought its biggest asset. New images have leaked to show what a Nokia Android phone might have looked. Read More »

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nokia lumia family 500x200 Nokia finishes 2013 as the only Windows Phone maker that matters

If it's not a Lumia, people don't seem to care when it comes to buying a Windows Phone. Data from Ad Duplex reveals that practically no smartphone vendor other than Nokia gets attention. Nokia has been the leading Windows Phone manufacturer since it switched from Symbian in 2011, and the latest numbers show that it has taken an even higher share of Windows Phone sales. Read More »

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