Ahead of the launch of its new Windows Phone 8 devices, Nokia is reportedly dropping prices on its current-generation Lumia Windows Phones by as much as 15 percent.
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Rumor has it that Nokia has a new low-end smartphone in development: it's known as the "Glory", it will be running Windows Phone 7.8 and will supposedly be a successor to the Lumia 610
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop said today that the company has plans to make cheaper Windows Phone devices in order for Nokia to compete with the rise of cheap Android devices.
Nokia believes its Lumia Windows Phones are perfect for business customers, and the company's David Mason sat down with Neowin at Microsoft TechEd 2012 to explain why.
We knew that entry-level new Windows Phones with 256MB of RAM can't run 5% of the platform's apps - but it now seems that that includes popular titles such as Angry Birds, Tango and PES 2012.
Nokia has announced that its Windows Phone-based Reading app will be available to download for all phones in its Lumia family sometime this week in a number of countries.
Nokia leapt from its 'burning platform' into the arms of Microsoft when it adopted Windows Phone last year. But as Nokia continues to burn through cash, will Microsoft end up buying the mobile giant?
Nokia has officially launched the Lumia 610 smartphone, its latest addition to the Lumia family. The low budget (and low memory) Windows Phone device went on sale Saturday in the Philippines.
Nokia has announced that, despite the memory restrictions on the first version of Skype for Windows Phone, it will still work on the 265 MB-based Nokia Lumia 610.
Windows Phone 8 details are about as solid as jell-o at this point in time but a few new rumored bits of information have surfaced on the upcoming Windows Phone OS.
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop has admitted as part of the company's quarterly financial results that overall worldwide sales of its Windows Phone-based Lumia devices "have been mixed."
Nokia confirms that the new Lumia 610, running Windows Phone 7.5 Refresh (the 'Tango' update), will go on sale next week in Asia, with plans to bring it to other regions before the end of June.
A new update on Nokia's web site confirms that the Lumia 710 and 800 will receive an update that will enable tethering, while the upcoming Lumia 610 and Lumia 900 will ship with tethering.
Nokia has just announced the low-end Nokia Lumia 610 at MWC, which they call their "most affordable Lumia smartphone yet". It will be coming in Q2 2012 with Windows Phone "Tango" on-board
Ahead of Nokia's announcement of its new Windows Phone 'Tango' device on Monday, a new report claims to reveal some specs and pricing details, while a possible image of the handset has also surfaced.
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?
A new rumor claims that Nokia plans to announce a new and cheap version of its Windows Phone-based Lumia family, the Lumia 610, at the World Mobile Congress Trade show in late February.