Watch the Nokia Windows Phone event live here


The Lumia 920 is one of two smartphones expected to be announced today.

Nokia's long-awaited Windows Phone event will take place at 10 a.m. EDT (to convert to your local time zone, click here). The event's being held in New York City, but Nokia is providing a live stream that anyone can watch online. Neowin will be be at the event for hands-on information.

The live stream of the event can be seen above or on Nokia's website. Silverlight is required to view the webcast.

Nokia is expected to announce at least two new smartphones at the event, the Lumia 920 and 820. According to recent leaks, the Lumia 920 is expected to feature an 8-megapixel camera, 32GB of storage, 1GB of RAM, a 1.5GHz dual-core processor and a 4.5-inch display. Less information about the 820 is known, although it will be a mid-range device featuring 8GB of storage (with a microSD slot for expandable storage), a 1.5GHz dual-core processor and 1GB of RAM, if recently leaked information is true.

Image via @evleaks (Twitter)

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820 looks pretty nice. while 920 is very much oversized in his hand... but i guess no krait, no amoled etc..

Video not available or it just doesn't load. This is no fail though, it means people are interested. But I want to watch the keynote!

ETA: After I clicked on Add Comment, the live streaming loaded! :-)

Lachlan said,
got video for a bit but it was super choppy and no sound..

just got audio, choppy and with echo though.

Fritzly said,
Great, the stream is experiencing hiccup now....

Ha, just refreshed and it says this service is unavailable!

Fritzly said,
Great, the stream is experiencing hiccup now....

same, it was working 15mins ago

edit:- looks like it's back, but very slow

edit edit:- gone again

XMac said,

At least you're getting video, I'm not even getting that. Still down for me.

Yes but choppy...... I cannot believe this......

Osiris said,
Nokia ad said everything was about to change...guess ill dial up expectations to high!

Im trying not to get my expectations too high becaus I always get way too excited for events.. I hope it really has some great features that get the media reporting on it..

popster28 said,
ok? what time does it start Uk time?

3PM
I hope Windows 8 has world time clocks like Windows 7 does.

Mateus said,

3PM
I hope Windows 8 has world time clocks like Windows 7 does.

? Their are no more desktop gadgets in windows 8.. but you can just add a live tile with the time.

Lachlan said,

? Their are no more desktop gadgets in windows 8.. but you can just add a live tile with the time.

Not gadgets; the system try clock win Win7 can display multiple world clocks.

thealexweb said,
Silverlight? Really? I thought Microsoft had moved away from pushing Silverlight -.^

what did you expect them to use? that useless HTML5 video thing?
html5 is nowhere near to replace Silverlight or flash for live streaming

at least with Silverlight you get smooth streaming, low cpu usage, and ability to rewind the stream.

thealexweb said,
Silverlight? Really? I thought Microsoft had moved away from pushing Silverlight -.^

We need a HTML 5 player.

link8506 said,

what did you expect them to use? that useless HTML5 video thing?
html5 is nowhere near to replace Silverlight or flash for live streaming

at least with Silverlight you get smooth streaming, low cpu usage, and ability to rewind the stream.

well what's wrong with using Flash in the mean time while HTML5 is finished?

thealexweb said,
Silverlight? Really? I thought Microsoft had moved away from pushing Silverlight -.^

Yes, but it's still the best way of live streaming video. In other situations they try to use the Open Web Platform or Flash.

thealexweb said,
well what's wrong with using Flash in the mean time while HTML5 is finished?

AFAIK Flash doesn't have a "Smooth Streaming" equivalent. Not that it's impossible to create, but it's always simpler to use an existing, tested and bug-free solution.