In what seems to be a one of a kind in smartphones, Nokia has unveiled at the Mobile World Congress a smartphone that has a 41 megapixel camera. Yes, you heard it right. It is a monstrous 41 MP camera inside a smartphone. It came as a huge surprise to most at the conference when
After a resounding success with the Nokia Lumia 710 and 800 smartphones, the company has gained confidence in its performance in the smartphone market and has decided to release two more phones as early as next week. The two phones tentatively named Lumia 610 and Lumia 900 are going to sit at the two extremes
Ending months of speculation on when Nokia would enter the US and which phone would it showcase, Nokia has announced that it will partner with T-Mobile and release the Lumia 710 Windows Phone. What is surprising however is that Nokia has chosen to enter with the low-end smartphone model rather than the high-end Lumia 800.
In what is disturbing news to Nokia Siemens Networks investors and employees the joint venture company between Finland’s Nokia and Germany’s Siemens has announced that it will lay off 17,000 employees in an effort to save the company close to $1.3 billion USD by 2013. This move was in a way expected by the industry
Nokia is a company that has found a new found blood and energy post their alliance with Microsoft. After releasing its first true blue smartphones running on the Windows Phone platform a Nokia senior executive has mentioned in an interview that by June next year consumers can expect Nokia’s first tablet. While the news on
Looks like the Nokia partnership is going to bear rich dividends for Microsoft. If industry reports are to be believed then Microsoft will own about 12% of the overall smartphone market share in Western Europe. Of course Nokia will not be the only contributor to the 12% as Microsoft has tie-ups will Samsung and HTC
It is very rare for Microsoft CEO, Steve Ballmer to publicly admit that Microsoft has failed in any of its endeavors. But, he recently admitted that the Windows Phone 7 hasn’t yet gained any traction. Ballmer, during his keynote speech at the 2011 Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC 2011) touted Microsoft’s success for some time,
Yet another company want to enter into cloud computing space by coming up with a SaaS based Mobile Application which has web access as well. After Google Apps and Microsoft BPOS, Nokia want to target Mobile users in the same space but selling its applications through Nokia Handsets. Nokia Tej is a mobile order management