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How Low Can Nokia Go?

How Low Can Nokia Go?

Nokia is ramping up for a far more interesting Mobile World Congress than in recent years: having opted out of a presence in 2011, rumors have it that the Finns have at least two new Windows Phones to bolster their range. After the original Lumia 800 and 710, and the imminent Lumia 900 headed to AT&T, we're also told to expect a new, higher-end device in the shape of a European 900 variant, along with an entry-level model that should cater to a more affordable price point. Question is, with Symbian's appeal souring ahead of schedule, has Nokia done enough to shave away smartphone pricing.

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Nokia Lumia 800 is jet fighter tough, survives MACH 5 wind tunnel test

Nokia Lumia 800 is jet fighter tough, survives MACH 5 wind tunnel test

Nokia has touted before that its Lumia 800 Windows Phone is made from the same material used in real life jet fighters, but NokNok has now put that claim to the test. Since taking the Lumia 800 for an actual nose dive in a jet wasn't an option, the team instead threw the device into a MACH 5 wind tunnel. And yes, it survived and phoned home just fine after the extreme test. You can watch the video after the cut.

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Nokia: We’ve nowhere to go but Windows Phone

Nokia: We’ve nowhere to go but Windows Phone

Nokia has reiterated that it has no second strategy should its partnership with Microsoft around Windows Phone fail, with VP Victor Saeijes insisting that"Plan B is that Plan A must succeed." Although Nokia pushed out a Symbian update earlier this week, bringing its old platform up to speed with the latest Nokia Belle iteration, the only way forward is Windows Phone, Saeijes told Swedish paper Dagens Industri, even if that means playing catch-up in the smartphone industry.

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Nokia axes 4,000 jobs, begins smartphone customization strategy

Nokia axes 4,000 jobs, begins smartphone customization strategy

Nokia has announced a further round of job losses, shifting more cellphone production to Asia and turning existing factories elsewhere to "smartphone product customization" to satisfy niche demand. Around 4,000 employees are expected to lose their jobs at Nokia's Komarom, Hungary, Reynosa, Mexico and Salo, Finland facilities by the end of 2012, with the three factories moving to create boutique customized devices for the American and European markets.

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Nokia Lumia 800 White official: Hands-on

Nokia Lumia 800 White official: Hands-on

Nokia has officially announced the White Lumia 800, the company's fourth color version of its first Windows Phone 7 handset, and we wasted no time in getting our fondle on. Set to hit shelves later this month, the white variant is functionally identical to the black, cyan and magenta models we've already seen - and reviewed - but has a fashionable new finish. Check out our video and full gallery after the cut.

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Nokia warns major changes will affect most of 2012 results

Nokia warns major changes will affect most of 2012 results

Nokia is currently in the midst of huge change for its smartphone business and is warning 2012 may be a tough year. Profits and revenue at the company have sagged, and much of the blame is on the lackluster sales of Nokia branded smartphones. Nokia continues to sell hoards of low-end and midrange mobile phones where profits are low, but has been unsuccessful in competing in the profitable high-end smartphone market. Nokia is changing that with the major tie up with Microsoft that will see numerous Windows Phone smartphones come to market this year.

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