Yes, the update is coming to both platforms, the list of what’s new is enough to make any WP8 users shout, “It’s over 9000!”. For Windows 8 users, that means You’re being bumped up to Windows 8.1. For existing Windows 8.1 users, you also get new features.
On one hand, it was nice of Nokia to finally release a couple of handsets powered by Android. On the other, they all weren’t from the sleek Lumia line. But things are about to change, as there’s reportedly an incoming Lumia handset that will run on Google’s operating system.
If there’s anything I hated about the original Nokia X, it’s that it lacked a “home” button. Sure, you could do a long press on the single “back” button, but too many people are already used to the …
A couple of weeks ago, Nokia launched the successor to the venerable Lumia 620. When I reviewed it, I admitted to like it, but since that review didn’t come in a timely manner, I couldn’t recommend it since it’s overshadowed both by the bang-for-the-buck Lumia 520 and the not-quite-the-successor Lumia 625.
While the usual go-to device as a secondary handset would be a cheap Android smartphone, there are those who would still prefer feature phones. For the latter choice, one of the more recent feature phones available is the Nokia 225, which is the company’s “slimmest affordable Internet phone” yet.
Along with the Lumia 930, Nokia has also announced two more smartphones but are both heading to the mid-range market—the Nokia Lumia 630 and Lumia 635.
Not long after resurrecting the venerable Nokia 3310 and augmenting it with a powerful 41-megapixel camera, Nokia has once again announced a new smartphone—the Nokia Lumia 930—that sports Windows Phone 8.1, a speedy CPU, and a beautiful screen. And it’s for reals this time.
Nokia just announced the all new Nokia 3310 with a monstrous 41-megapixel PureView camera paired with Zeiss Optics and Xenon Flash. The 3310 is probably one of the most popular Nokia device back in the day, so it’s good to see it making a huge comeback in the mobile industry.
It’s no coincidence that the Nokia X phone was code named “Normandy”, and at the press launch of the phone yesterday, they made sure it made sense. Not too long ago, the concept of Nokia going the Android route was very much wanted, but seemed unlikely, especially after Microsoft acquired the company’s mobile division.
It’s been a long time coming, and now we see that Nokia has finally come around and unveiled a trio of Android smartphones for emerging markets. We already knew about the Nokia X codenamed Normandy thanks to a swirl of …
Well, it’s official. Phablets aren’t Android-only territory any longer! And it’s a testament to this new classification’s market viability. While still technically a niche market, its popularity has been steadily growing, so much so that other platforms have taken notice. While Apple is rumored to still be contemplating on the concept, Microsoft went ahead and made what is arguably one of the best phablets in the market today.
It hasn’t even been a week since we last rounded up rumors about the Nokia Normandy, and the Internet is once again abuzz about this supposed budget-friendly Android smartphone. This time, we have photos of an engineering prototype and the app launcher.
Nokia Lumia owners have something exciting to look forward to. Several models of the Finnish company’s Windows Phone-powered devices are compatible with the now-available Lumia Black update that introduces new features, app refinements, and UI tweaks.