Nokia Branding Officially Being Phased Out Microsoft Lumia Phased In
Oct22

Nokia Branding Officially Being Phased Out Microsoft Lumia Phased In

Ever since the buyout of Nokia's handset division by Microsoft we knew this day was coming...The day where Microsoft would kill the Nokia branding in favor of their own.  That day is here all Facebook user of any Nokia account woke up to this message this morning. In the next few days you’ll receive a message directly from Facebook about this page changing name. We're about to become Microsoft Lumia! Watch this space for more news...

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Goodbye to Nokia from Microsoft
Sep10

Goodbye to Nokia from Microsoft

Since buying Nokia’s devices and services division earlier in the year, Microsoft has been ripping the company up. First Redmond pulled the plug on feature phones, saying it would stop making them within 18 months, than it ditched Nokia’s early steps into Android, and now Microsoft has decided it will stop using the Nokia name altogether. According to reports today, the Lumia 730 and 830 launched last week will be the last to also...

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Microsofts “Selfie” Phone Superman Outed by Stephen Elop
Jul29

Microsofts “Selfie” Phone Superman Outed by Stephen Elop

  It has been reported that Microsoft's head of devices Stephen Elop has shown off the upcoming Windows Phone code named Superman. This device is rumored to be the follow up device to the Nokia Lumia 720 with the newer design language of the Lumia 930 and a 5mp front facing camera. This feature has seen this device dubbed "the selfie Lumia". Check out the other rumored specs below.   5-inch, 720p resolution display Quad-core...

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The Lumia 530 looks like a budget masterpiece
Jul23

The Lumia 530 looks like a budget masterpiece

This is Microsoft's Nokia Lumia 530, the very reason why the company purchased Nokia earlier this year. Okay, not this exact handset, but ones like it. That's because the Lumia 530 is a smartphone that hits the dead center of the target it is aiming for, delivering an almost perfect budget package to emerging markets. Sure, Microsoft hopes that the flagship Lumia devices such as the 930 Icon will crack difficult markets like the US,...

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Has Microsoft Set Nokia Up for a Comeback?
Jul21

Has Microsoft Set Nokia Up for a Comeback?

Microsoft has made a few "bold moves" in the past few weeks including the announcement that they will no longer be producing feature phones including the popular and successful Asha and S40 devices. Not only that but as part of the massive layoffs they have let go the teams that work on those devices. You may be thinking how does all this help Nokia?  As part of the Microsoft buyout Nokia is not allowed to make smartphones until 2016,...

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