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Microsoft announced today that the Nokia Lumia 520 - which has been sold for as little as $39.99 - is the best-selling handset in its price range, with sales of over 12 million units worldwide so far.
A police officer in Brazil has his Nokia Lumia 520 to thank this week for taking a bullet fired by a criminal. The smartphone was located in the officer's back pocket when the round impacted it.
The latest Windows Phone user statistics from the AdDuplex firm show that the budget priced Nokia Lumia 520 and 521 now claim over 50 percent of the U.S. market share for Microsoft's mobile OS.
The latest Windows Phone user statistics from the AdDuplex firm show that the budget priced Nokia Lumia 520 now has nearly a third of the market share for Microsoft's mobile OS.
Residents of the United States can now purchase an annual Xbox Music Pass and get a contract-free Lumia 520 or 521 at no extra cost in a limited time promotion at Microsoft's online and retail stores.
The latest report from AdDuplex claims that the budget priced Nokia Lumia 520 continues to dominate the market for all Windows Phone handsets, with a worldwide share of 30.8 percent.
Amazon is selling the Lumia 520 for $39.99 without a contract on AT&T. We suspect that this will be the lowest price that you will ever see for a new contract-less Windows Phone.
Microsoft is offering up a tantalizing deal for the Lumia 520 on Black Friday for $49 - and that is without a contract on AT&T. If you have wanted to try out Windows Phone, here is your opportunity.
The report from AdDuplex shows once more that Nokia's low-end handsets are the driving force behind the Windows Phone ecosystem. Devices like the Lumia 520 and 625 are pushing the platform forward.
Nokia has unveiled the Lumia 525, successor to the 520, the most popular Windows Phone so far. While RAM gets a welcome boost - now up to 1GB - there are few other improvements over its predecessor.
A new rumor from well known Internet leaker "evleaks" claims that Nokia will launch a new smartphone with the name Lumia 525, possibly as a variant of the Lumia 520.
Microsoft reveals that the world's best-selling Windows-based product right now isn't a PC or a tablet, but a Windows Phone: the entry-level Nokia Lumia 520, available from just $79 off-contract.
AdDuplex's Windows Phone stats for September show the budget priced Nokia 520 continues to be the number one smartphone that uses the OS on its ad network, with its usage recorded at 21.3 percent.
Australian network Telstra has cancelled pre-orders for Nokia's flagship Lumia 1020 citing "Nokia software issues", but hopes that its customers will accept a free Lumia 520 by way of apology.
A new study from Kantar Worldpanel claims that Windows Phone's share of the smartphone market has gone up to 8.2 percent in five key European markets, mainly because of lower priced Nokia phones.
We unbox and play around with the ZTE Open, the first device to launch with Firefox OS. Read our first impressions of the device and of the brand new OS. We'll also have a full review soon.
Many folks believe that having only 512 MB RAM on your phone leads to a sub-par experience but a recent report clearly shows this isn't the case when it comes to Windows Phone 8 games and apps.
As promised, we now have the full report from AdDuplex. the data shows that the Lumia 520 is the uncontested winner in the Windows Phone ecosystem and that low-end devices are the way forward.
Alan Mendelevich, CEO of AdDuplex, has just tweeted an interesting statistic: according to AdDuplex numbers, the recently launched and affordable Lumia 520 has become the most popular Windows Phone.
A new company is soon to join the (pretty exclusive) club of manufacturers building Windows Phone 8 devices - but in most parts of the world, there's a good chance you'll never have heard of Micromax.
Nokia's impending update for their Lumia Windows Phones will reportedly bring Bluetooth 4.0 to the Lumia 720, 620 and 520, a leaked slide from a Hong Kong press conference has revealed
Thanks to MobiCity.com.au, we're giving away a brand new Nokia Lumia 520 to anyone in the world! Head on inside to see how you can come away with a brand new Windows Phone for free.
Is Nokia's dirt-cheap Lumia 520, costing just $150 outright, the best low-end smartphone money can buy? We go hands-on with the device in vibrant red to find out if the compromises are worth it.
I happen to have received Nokia's lowest-end Windows Phone, the Lumia 520, and I have compiled an unboxing video to deliver some first impressions of the cheap vibrantly red device
Following the launch of the Lumia 720 and 520, Andy Weir interviews Nokia's man in charge of promoting these devices globally, discussing marketing, carrier exclusivity, giant screens... and Snake.
Nokia announced two new Windows Phones today - the Lumia 520 and Lumia 720 - at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. We go hands-on - do these budget-friendly devices create a good first impression?
Nokia has finally taken the wraps off their heavily-rumored Lumia 520 and Lumia 720 phones, and the hardware slots in right between existing phones in their Windows Phone 8 range
Following yesterday's leak, new images have emerged today that reveal more of two new Nokia Windows Phones, the Lumia 520 and 720, ahead of their expected launch on Monday at Mobile World Congress.
New images of what are reportedly two new members of Nokia's Lumia line-up, the 520 and 720, have been leaked onto the Internet a few days ahead of the Mobile World Congress.