On the heels of rumors and Nokia’s own teasers, the Lumia 925 is finally official. The Finnish smartphone manufacturer unveiled Tuesday its latest flagship device and a major change in the company’s design for Lumia phones: the use of aluminum for the handset’s casing in lieu of just the usual polycarbonate material.
If you’ve finished playing the Angry Birds game on your Windows Phone, Rovio wants you to play more as they added 100 new levels for you to enjoy. You just got some company this weekend so hop in and join the fun.
Nokia PH wants to push their #SwitchtoLumia campaign even further by offering a 5-day trial of the Nokia Lumia 720. Anybody here whose interested in rocking a 720? Check out the rest of the details after the jump.
Nokia Philippines just announced the availability of the cheapest Windows Phone 8 smartphone – Nokia Lumia 520. Launched at Mobile World Congress back in February, the Lumia 520 gained a lot of traction towards potential Windows Phone 8 users as it offers an incredibly low price tag despite its fairly good specs.
After the long wait, the most celebrated running game finally reached the Windows Phone Store. Temple Run has been enjoyed by millions of iOS and Android users but this time Imangi Studios will be sharing some love on Windows Phone 8. Unfortunately, they didn’t skipped this and go directly with the sequel.
The Windows Phone 8 smartphone that we’ve all been waiting for, the Nokia Lumia 920, finally landed in the Philippines. Announced in Nokia Philippines’ Facebook page, the Lumia 920 is now available in selected stores but they currently have limited stocks so if you’re planning to get one, you better hurry.
A slew of new Windows Phone smartphones was announced by Nokia yesterday at Mobile World Congress. The Nokia Lumia 520 and Lumia 720 are now made official to complement their current line-up of WP8 smartphones. Head over the break for more details.
It’s been a long time coming, but it’s finally here for all Nokia PH fans. After several months of waiting, the Nokia Lumia 620 and Nokia Lumia 820 has officially landed in the Philippines. For those who are looking into switching to Windows Phone 8, this is it! Check out more details after the break.
Nokia is rumored to be announcing a 41-megapixel Windows Phone 8 monster handset at Mobile World Congress 2013 but to get more attention on the said event, they need to spice up their line-up. As a result, another rumor said that Nokia is prepping up two more devices to complement the current Lumia family.
The PadFones 1 and 2 by ASUS are easily my favorite smartphone design concept because they allow you to take your PadFone and slide it into a tablet dock to instantly and conveniently transform it into a fully functional Android tablet.
Huawei, one of the largest Chinese mobile manufacturer, just announced their very own Windows Phone 8 powered smartphone called as the Huawei Ascend W1. It’s quite odd that it bears the ‘Ascend’ brand because we usually see this on Huawei’s android phones. Anyway, just check out the details below.
If you’re thinking of trying out something new apart from the good old iOS and Android, then Windows Phone is your best choice. Nokia made the move to bring the platform once step closer to the masses by indulging into the ‘affordable’ marketplace.
So after unveiling the Nokia Lumia 920 and 820, the Finnish phone manufacturer has now announced the most affordable member of the Lumia-Windows Phone 8 family. Just like the other two, it will come in various youthful colors and it’s honed with the new “dual-shot color technique”. Let’s meet, the Nokia Lumia 620!
If you’re currently undecided on which smartphone to get this Christmas, you might want to take a look on these new devices from HTC. There is one entry on each platform – HTC One X+ for android lovers and the Windows Phone 8X for people who want to try out Microsoft’s latest offering.
ASUS Philippines is currently having a media event right now regarding the launch of their new Windows 8 devices that will soon be available in our country. We are on the event to check out these latest devices and we are very impressed on their initial line-up. They have an entry for each level and they didn’t limit the adaption of Windows 8 even on budget conscious consumers.