Verizon Wireless will launch a limited edition red version of its Windows Phone 8-based Nokia Lumia 822 sometime before Valentine's Day, along with a pink version of the Motorola Droid RAZR M.
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Nokia is giving US owners of its new Windows Phone 8 Lumia smartphones a way to get a free Monster Purity headset, available in black, white and pink, and worth about $90.
At a Verizon launch event for Windows Phone 8 in Seattle, a giant Live Tile cube has been seen to show off WP8, and it also features on the packaging for the Verizon's Nokia Lumia 822
Nokia and Verizon have announced the Lumia 822 ahead of today's Windows Phone 8 official announcements, although unfortunately no release date, pricing or even a device image was given
Nokia reports another disappointing quarter, with global Lumia sales falling 27.5%, and a dramatic 50% drop in sales in North America. But losses decreased too, and sales of its feature phones are up.
Images of what is being called the Nokia Lumia 822 smartphone have been leaked to the Internet. The Windows Phone-based device will be sold by Verizon in the US.
An image claims to reveal the identity of the Nokia 'Atlas', a Windows Phone 8 handset destined for Verizon Wireless, and which is likely to be the Lumia 822 first uncovered last month.
Verizon Wireless confirms that it plans to launch "multiple Windows Phones" before the end of the year, with evidence mounting that at least one of them will be a Nokia Lumia device.