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Nokia WP8 phones will ramp up differentiation but trim down carriers

Nokia WP8 phones will ramp up differentiation but trim down carriers

Nokia's next-gen Lumia handsets could see a significant departure from the design, functionality and approach of current models, CEO Stephen Elop has teased, with the company preparing strong differentiators for WP8. "As you see the next wave and the wave after that of Lumia products you'll seen an increase in differentiations" Elop said during the Nokia Q2 2012 financial results call today. However, don't expect to see every new Nokia available through every carrier out there.

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Nokia’s Elop: “Our aim is to become the ‘Where’ company”

Nokia’s Elop: “Our aim is to become the ‘Where’ company”

Nokia is hoping to follow Google and Facebook in cornering the market in speciality services, with CEO Stephen Elop revealing that the company's "aim is to become the 'Where?" company." Just as Google became the go-to place for "What?" and Facebook for "Who?", Nokia will look to use the growing importance of the smartphone as a hub for location-based services.

Nokia announces selection of Windows Phone 8 upgrades

Nokia announces selection of Windows Phone 8 upgrades

This week the big Windows Phone 8 wave has begun, and Nokia is jumping right aboard at the Windows Phone Summit with a selection of features that will be exclusive to their devices. Nokia devices will, first, have Nokia Music 3.0 - this is an upgrade which brings gig enhancements, mix radio enhancements, and upgrades to its already well-working offline playback. Nokia Counters is another element that will be on Windows Phone 8 Nokia devices, complete with the ability to let users track the data they're using, their voice minutes, and messaging as well.

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Windows Phone 8 adds Nokia Maps: Offline maps, navigation, more

Windows Phone 8 adds Nokia Maps: Offline maps, navigation, more

Windows Phone 8 will have Nokia Maps built-in, Microsoft has confirmed today at the Windows Phone Summit, with offline mapping and turn-by-turn directions. The unsurprising inclusion means that Bing Maps has been retired on Windows Phone, with Nokia's NAVTEQ subsidiary providing mapping data for the native Maps app on handsets, as well as for third-party developers with an open API.

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Nokia City Lens drive suite hands-on (with bonus My Commute preview)

Nokia City Lens drive suite hands-on (with bonus My Commute preview)

This week we spoke with the VP of Nokia's map platform for location and commerce Christof Hellmis who has given us a full tour of what Windows Phone-laden Nokia devices have to offer the world in the maps environment. What he showed us during CTIA 2012 was several hands-on demonstrations of each of the apps that make Nokia's Windows Phone smartphones unique, starting with Nokia Maps, Nokia Transport, and Nokia Drive and moving on to the newest application to hit Nokia devices worldwide: Nokia City Lens.

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Nokia Lumia update to bring WiFi hotspot support

Nokia Lumia update to bring WiFi hotspot support

Nokia's Lumia Windows Phone handsets will soon be updated to support tethering, according to the FAQ section of the Nokia Connects website. This means that a Nokia Lumia phone can act as a mobile WiFi hotspot through which your other devices can connect to the internet. Although the new feature is confirmed, Nokia has yet to reveal when that update might arrive.

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AT&T could get Nokia Lumia 900 in early April

AT&T could get Nokia Lumia 900 in early April

If you like what you saw when we talked about the Nokia Lumia 900 a while back new details on when you'll be able to buy it have been tipped. A tipster claiming to be an assistant manager at an AT&T store has tossed the tip out that stores have already begun receiving demo units. The source claims mandatory training on the handset will start soon.

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Nokia Lumia 900 for AT&T delayed until April 22

Nokia Lumia 900 for AT&T delayed until April 22

Nokia's Lumia 900 Windows Phone was originally rumored to hit AT&T in mid-March, but now the launch of the handset has reportedly been pushed back to April 22. The device will still be heading to AT&T with 4G LTE connectivity for just $99.99 with a new two-year service agreement. The delay is believed to be related to the carrier's technical testing approval process.

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