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More than a year after its cancellation, more images of the Lumia McLaren have leaked online showcasing the unreleased device. On display is the huge 20MP PureView camera with Carl Zeiss optics.
As the Nokia Lumia 1020 reaches the end of the road, Microsoft's Jo Harlow has hinted at a replacement for the 41-megapixel Windows Phone, promising the "next greatest thing in high-end imaging."
More information has been revealed about the Lumia 830 - Microsoft's mid-range Windows Phone with a high-end camera - including details of three US variants, along with possible images of the device.
A render of a new Lumia smartphone alleged to be the 830 has leaked online and the smartphone is now carrying the Nokia by Microsoft branding which has been rumoured to be coming to new smartphones.
Nokia has announced the launch of its new 3310 with PureView, based on the beloved Nokia 3310 that sold over 125m units. The new device includes a 41MP camera, 2GB of RAM, 3in display and Snake II.
Nokia is allowing all owners of Lumia smartphones to download a public beta version of its Camera app so that new features can be tested in the wild before they become part of the official app.
With its extraordinary 41-megapixel camera, Nokia says that "nothing else comes close" to its Lumia 1020 - but is the flagship Windows Phone worth a closer look, or should you be looking elsewhere?
Nokia VP Samuli Hänninen hints in a new company Q&A that the PureView camera brand may be dropped when Nokia's Devices and Services division is acquired by Microsoft.
Nokia has confirmed that its flagship Lumia 1020 Windows Phone, featuring a 41-megapixel camera and 2GB of RAM, will launch in the U.K. this Thursday, two months after its unveliing.
A new report says that AT&T is now selling the Nokia Lumia 1020 smartphone for $199.99 in some parts of the US, a $100 decrease, with AT&T claiming it is part of a small, limited-time promotion.
Two German retail sites briefly revealed off-contract pricing for the Lumia 1020 today, with Nokia's flagship Windows Phone - featuring a 41MP camera - said to cost €799 EUR ($1,042 USD / £690 GBP).
The Nokia Lumia 1020 has finally been announced, and its 41-megapixel certainly looks impressive. But will you be buying one? Check out some of the factors that may influence your decision, and vote!
After endless leaks and months of anticipation, Nokia has finally revealed its new flagship Windows Phone, the Lumia 1020, featuring a 41-megapixel PureView camera.
Nokia's upcoming flagship smartphone, the Lumia 1020, will apparently cost $699 off-contract, and $299 on-contract in the United States, making it ~$100 more expensive than other phones on the market
Hours ahead of its launch, the full list of specs for Nokia's new Windows Phone flagship, the Lumia 1020, have apparently been revealed, including confirmation of its 41MP camera and accessories.
The latest in a long series of leaks seems to show the Nokia Lumia 1020 in AT&T's inventory. The screenshot shows the phone will come in three colors, including yellow, confirming earlier rumors
Microsoft VP of Windows Phone, Joe Belfiore, has confirmed that Nokia's upcoming flagship will be called the Nokia Lumia 1020 after shots taken by the device were discovered on his Flickr.
A few weeks on from our review of Nokia's Lumia 925, we take a closer look at its 8.7MP PureView camera, with a glance at some of the tech behind its performance, and how it fares in day-to-day use.
New images supposedly show a version of the upcoming Nokia Lumia EOS with an aluminium body. Previous leaks clearly showed a polycarbonate build so this is either a special version or a prototype.
Nokia is sending out press invites to an event in New York City on July 11th, where the company is expected to reveal the launch of its "EOS" Windows Phone 8 handset with a 41-megapixel camera.
A new video has been posted to YouTube showing off how the lens shutter of Nokia's still unannounced EOS Lumia smartphone, using Microsoft's Windows Phone OS, will work.
More images have leaked revealing the design of EOS - Nokia's new flagship Windows Phone - from all angles, including a close-up on the rear camera 'bump', which is believed to conceal a 41MP sensor.
A new rumor claims that the long awaited Nokia Lumia EOS Windows Phone device with a 41 megapixel PureView camera is now being tested on AT&T's network, with the code name "Elvis."
Nokia has posted up images of the same scene taken with several different smartphones to show that the camera in the newly announced Lumia 925 is superior to its competition.
Ahead of Nokia's Lumia announcement in London this week, we take a look at what we know about some of the devices the company is working on, including a phablet, a tablet and the Lumia 625.
The latest video for Nokia's Lumia 928 smartphone shows off its video capture features as the phone is attached to a remote controlled helicopter flying over a remote section of Canada.
Nokia's upcoming Lumia 928 is now showing off its filming capabilities in a video in which it goes head to head with the iPhone 5 and Samsung's Galaxy S III. The Lumia 928 is evidently the winner.
The Lumia 928 is hardly a secret device and now it has shown up in a full page ad in Vanity Fair magazine. The ad confirms the device will launch with OIS and the Pureview branding we expected.
At the HTC event in Sydney I couldn't resist comparing the PureView camera of the Nokia Lumia 920 to the Ultrapixel camera used in the new HTC One. Head on through to check out some comparison shots.
A new report claims that the rumored 41 megapixel camera edition for Nokia's Windows Phone Lumia brand, with the name EOS, could ship to the US sometime this summer.
With the 808 PureView now released, Nokia is finally retiring the Symbian brand and operating system, with no further phones to be made using the aging OS and Nokia's focus shifting fully to WP8
According to a new rumor that has surfaced, Nokia is working on a flagship Windows Phone device for 2013 codenamed "EOS", which will reportedly include a super-high-megapixel PureView camera sensor
Nokia's head of imaging technologies has said that improvements are coming to its PureView line, with efforts being made in both hardware and software, as part of a 'holistic' approach to imaging.
Nokia's latest Windows Phone 8 flagship brings some old favorites to the table, plus a whole bunch of interesting tech including a PureMotion HD+ display and PureView camera. We just had to review it
Damian Dinning, who has headed up Nokia's imaging department, which included its PureView technology in the new Lumia 920 smartphone, will leave the company on November 30th.
A cordial email between a customer and Bell Mobile's president yielded information. The Canadian carrier isn't packing the 920, but will bring two "leading manufacturers" - likely Samsung and HTC.
A video that supposedly demonstrated the impressive PureView image stabilization feature of the Nokia Lumia 920 was found to not be recorded by the actual device. Nokia apologized after the discovery.
Nokia may be hinting strongly that a PureView version of its Windows Phone-themed Lumia lineup will be revealed in the very near future, perhaps at its upcoming press event.
A new report suggests that Nokia plans of releasing two new Lumia Windows Phone 8 devices on September 5th. It is still unknown whether the company will incorporate its Pureview technology for them.
After three somewhat mysterious teasers this weekend, Nokia's US Facebook page flat out reveals there will be some kind of 808 PureView phone announcement on Monday.
New slides have emerged that supposedly show off an upcoming Windows Phone device from Nokia that will have a massive 41-megapixel camera with PureView branding and Apollo on-board
The 808 PureView impressed many at MWC, but while some were disappointed that the technology launched on a Nokia Belle device, Nokia has confirmed that PureView is coming soon to its Windows Phones.
Nokia's new 808 PureView handset - yep, the one with the 41MP camera round the back - wins the prestigious award for 'Best New Mobile Handset, Device or Tablet' at Mobile World Congress.
The successor to Nokia's N8 has been confirmed, and it aims to continue its predecessor's tradition for excellent mobile photography, coming packed with imaging technology and a 41MP sensor.
Nokia has issued media invitations for its press conference at Mobile World Congress on Monday, promising to announce "significant industry news" - but what might that announcement be?
Nokia has released a teaser video that seems to hint at a new smartphone with upgraded photo capabilities. The full reveal is scheduled for Monday, February 27 at the Mobile World Congress.