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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.
Windows Phone 'Blue' may be delayed until 2014, but that's not stopping manufacturers from releasing new devices. A tipster claims to have revealed details of several handsets coming this year.
After today's Q1 2013 results, Nokia CEO Stephen Elop has raised investors' expectations with hints of a new 'hero device' launching this quarter, with other new devices due to be announced soon.
A report from the Financial Times claims that Nokia is working on a phablet that will launch later this year. The same report states that the expected Catwalk and EOS Lumias could launch in summer.
After detailed specs revealed much of what to expect from Nokia's new aluminium-bodied Windows Phone, the first pictures of the device, known by its codename 'Catwalk', have apparently surfaced.
Specs for the upcoming Nokia Catwalk device have reportedly leaked, showing a device similar in internals to the Lumia 920, but packing a serious slim down thanks to an aluminium shell
Nokia's Lumia 920 has received plenty of praise, but it's also been widely criticised for its hefty weight - but the replacement for the flagship device will reportedly sport a lighter aluminium body.
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