According to some report, the Nokia EOS phone has been spotted by a fan and the device is believed to be Windows Phone similar to the company’s 808 PureView phone.
A portal focussed on Windows Phone, WMPowerUser said it has received some information about the device from someone who has seen a prototype of camera central device. The portal quotes the source to say that the phone's body is made of polycarbonate material just like Lumia phones and would be as thick as Lumia 920 but with a lesser weight.
Finnish handset giant, Nokai might be planning to release the much anticipated Lumia 925 smartphone powered by Windows Phone 8 in the UK today.
Reports suggest that details of the device also called Nokia Catwalk have been leaked to the internet in the previous few days. Some suggest that the Nokia Lumia 925 will be a global edition of Lumia 928, which was recently announced by the company. The device will come with brushed aluminum chassis instead of polycarbonate plastic body.
Finnish phone maker, Nokia has announced the launch of a new model called, Asha 501 in order to revive its sales as the company has been facing competition from the likes of Samsung and Apple.
The device features a 3-inch fully touch-screen with a resolution of 320x240 pixels. It has a 3.2 megapixel camera and it supports memory of 4GB with the card included in box that is expandable up to 32GB and has
64 MB RAM. As for connectivity options, the smartphone offers 2G and WiFi, Bluetooth 3.0.
Handset maker, Nokia has announced the launch of its new Asha 501 smartphone at an event in New Delhi for the Indian customers.
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop was present at the event to launch the new device in the Indian market. He said that Nokai has tied up with social networking giant, Facebook allowing Asha users on MTNL and Airtel to get free access to the social networking site on their devices. Nokia Asha 501 has a design that is similar to the popular Nokia Lumia phones. The
New Delhi, May 9 : Nokia Thursday unveiled a new smartphone named Asha 501 priced at $99 (Rs. 5,000), aiming to capitalise on the growing demands for low-cost smart device in the developing countries like India.
The new device, which has basic functions of smartphones, will be available in Indian and other markets from June. It offers 2G connectivity, Wi-Fi and access to internet and applications like Facebook, but it does not support 3G network.
Finland-headquartered Nokia announced the global launch of the new device here, giving clear indication of its positioning in the emerging markets.
Handset maker, Nokia has sent press invites for an event on May 9 and many believe that the company might use the occasion to launch its new Asha 501 phone in the Indian market.
The company has invited various media organisations to the event to be held on 9 May, 2013 but the invitation does not include the subject of the launch. Most believe that the company is planning to add new models to its Asha series line-up in the country. Some reports suggest that the company will launch the new Asha 501, which has attracted some media attention over recent days.
Leading handset maker, Nokia has announced the launch of its new Lumia 720 smartphone, powered by Microsoft’s Windows 8 platform in the Indian market.
The new addition to the company’s Lumia line-up comes with a 4.3-inch ClearBlack Corning Gorilla Glass 2 IPS LCD display with a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels. The touch screen even works with gloves or long nails and wireless charging via a Wireless Charging Cover. The phone is aiming to attract new customers with a host of new features.
Mumbai, April 20 : Zapak Mobile Games, a mobile gaming division of Reliance Entertainment Digital, has achieved a milestone record of 100 million game downloads on Nokia Store, a company official said here Saturday.
Known for its hit titles like "Real Steel", "Total Recall", "F1 2011", "Ben 10" and "ICC Cricket", 22 games from the Zapak kitty like "Chhota Bheem Racing", "Ninja Strike" and "WWE Raw" pushed towards the 100 million mark.
The Delhi High court on Wednesday gave Nokia a temporary respite by asking the tax department to reexamine the tax evasion case and not to take any coercive action against the handset maker till then.
The Indian tax authorities, on March 21, slapped Nokia's Indian subsidiary with an income tax notice of Rs 2,058 crore for alleged evasion of taxes.
The Finnish handset maker's Indian division then moved the High Court, which on March 22 granted an interim stay and asked the tax authorities to file their reply.
In a recent launch which brings a new brand of smartphones to the Tanzanian market, Vodacom and Nokia jointly unveiled the latest Nokia handsets - the Nokia Lumia 920 and the Nokia Lumia 820 - in the country; unfolding an opportunity for Tanzania's mobile phone users to upgrade their devices.
The unveiling of the two hi-tech LTE-capable Nokia smartphones in Tanzania comes at a time when Vodacom has completed the laying out of its 3G network across the country, and its 4G network in Dar es Salaam.
The Delhi High Court provided a big relief to the Indian arm of Finnish handset maker Nokia by issuing an interim stay on income-tax (I-T) department's Rs 2,080-crore tax demand.
The tax department issued the tax demand order to Nokia in mid-March and the handset maker received it last week. The company challenged the order in the Delhi High Court, which issued an interim stay on it on last Friday.
The Income Tax department of the government of India has imposed a fine of Rs. 2000 crore on Finland based handset maker, Nokia for allegedly violating tax rules.
New Windows-based smartphones in the mid- and lower-range price segments were launched by Finnish handset maker Nokia on Monday; with an evident attempt to give its sales a boost, even though most of its rivals are rolling out high-end devices.
In its announcement of the new handsets, Nokia said that it will make two new smartphones - the Lumia 720 and the Lumia 520; both running the most recent update of Microsoft's Windows Phone OS - available for sale this quarter.
London, Feb 26 : The Finnish mobile maker Nokia has unveiled its cheapest device yet-costing just 13 pounds.
Nokia launched the new 105 phone at the start of this year''s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
The firm said that the handset, which comes complete with an FM radio and a torch, could be perfect for those living in areas where reliable electricity is in short supply.
It is also the end of an era as the 105''s colour screen means that Nokia have made their last phone with a black-and-white display, the Daily Mirror reports.
London, Feb 23 : Embattled tech firm Nokia will start manufacturing cheaper mobile handsets in a bid to fend off growing competition from Chinese rivals at the lower end of the market, it has emerged.
The new models are due to be unveiled at the Mobile World Congressindustry convention in Barcelona next week.
The move suggests that Nokia is expanding its focus after concentrating in the past two years on catching up with Apple and Samsung in more expensive smartphones, the Telegraph reports.
Finnish Mobile giant Nokia is planning to develop the world's strongest material called, Graphene that is believed to be even stronger than steel.
Experts say that Graphene is made of pure carbon is only one-atom thick. They said that the material has wide ranging uses in electronics, solar energy, medicines and water desalination. Henry Tirri, the Chief Executive Officer of Nokia has said that the company is working on graphene since 2006 and has found several areas of modern computing. The company says that grapheme is 300 times stronger than steel and thus can be used to make some devices much stronger.
In an announcement made via a company blog post by Nokia's Ian Delaney, the September-launched free Lumia-only Mix Radio music-streaming service from Nokia will boast a premium upgrade, dubbed `Nokia Music+', in the coming weeks.
According to the blog post, the new `Nokia Music+' service to be rolled out by the Finland-based company will chiefly serve as an add-on to the existing radio music capabilities of the Nokia Lumia handsets.
Leading handset maker, Nokia has said in an unscheduled update that it has sold more than 86.3 million devices in October to December 2012 period, indicating that the company's partnership with Microsoft is bearing fruits.
Out of the total 86.3 million devices sold in the three month period, about 15.9 million were smartphone devices. The company had sold 6.3 million smartphones during the previous quarter. The growth comes as the company benefited from the Christmas and general holiday shopping season.
A team of income tax (I-T) officials on Tuesday raided the Chennai-based factory and office of Nokia as part of a probe into suspected tax evasion by the mobile phone maker.
Various media reports suggest that I-T department is looking to recover tax payments to the tune of as much as Rs 30 billion (around $545 million).
However, S Senthamarai Kannan, chief I-T commissioner in Chennai, declined to provide details about the raid, and only said that the team was conducting a "survey."
Finnish handset maker Nokia's flagship smartphone, the Lumia 920, will support 9 LTE bands but will not work on 4G networt in India.
Nokia's official Indian website clearly lists all the bands that the Lumia 920 smartphone will work on. The website says that the device will work on LTE 2100 and LTE 2600 networks, but the list of bandwidths does not include LTE 2300, which is the standard (4G) bandwidth in India.