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Nokia MWC 2012: 41-megapixels and cheap Windows Phones

Nokia MWC 2012: 41-megapixels and cheap Windows Phones

If there was a "Phoenix From The Ashes" award at Mobile World Congress it's hard to argue that Nokia wouldn't be the most worthy recipient. Twelve months ago the company was apologetically admitting it had no new devices for MWC 2011, and today it revealed a bevy of phones that opened new doors in developing markets, pushed the envelope for Windows Phone pricing, and busted the smartphone camera segment right open. We've a whole lot of Nokia coverage, so head on past the cut to get up to speed.

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Nokia Lumia 900 DC-HSPA with Nokia Transport hands-on

Nokia Lumia 900 DC-HSPA with Nokia Transport hands-on

Nokia's Lumia 900 HSPA edition doesn't break many new boundaries - we saw the LTE model at CES after all - aside from its DC-HSPA, but the new Nokia Transport app certainly promises to be useful. Another free preload in the fashion of Nokia Music and Nokia Drive, the app pulls in timetable directions for walking, trams, buses, metro services and more, all with an easily navigable UI.

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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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Microsoft Store locations no longer taking Lumia 900 pre-orders

Microsoft Store locations no longer taking Lumia 900 pre-orders

Microsoft is so pleased with its new Nokia partnership that it began taking pre-orders for the Nokia Lumia 900 at its retail locations last week, even though there hasn't been a release date announced for the phone. However, the pre-order process has come to an end, and it's unclear if this is because of high demand or if the company decided to pull out of the process for some other reason. Like, perhaps, because it wanted to actually have a release date to give to customers.

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Nokia Lumia 910 set for Mobile World Congress 2012

Nokia Lumia 910 set for Mobile World Congress 2012

This year in Barcelona at Mobile World Congress 2012, we're likely to see a brand new Nokia "high-end" device announced and detailed. Forbes has learned from an industry source they trust that MWC 2012 will play host to Nokia's newest smartphone, one that they're saying will "run an unusual software feature normally found only on high-end smartphones." It's quite likely that this means the camera, rumored to be 12 megapixels strong on the rumored Nokia Lumia 910, will be ready for action.

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: February 7, 2012

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: February 7, 2012

Get yourself underground - way, way underground, under the ice even as we reach the world's oldest super-clean water system. The Nikon D800 and D800E have officially been released - their info, anyway, plus a bit of 1080p video to keep you pumped up. A bit more information on the progress of Apple OS X to ARM porting has been revealed, and Raspberry Pi, the itsy bitsy teeny weeny PC is being released by the end of February.

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Microsoft Store offers Lumia 900 white and black pre-orders

Microsoft Store offers Lumia 900 white and black pre-orders

Microsoft Store employees have begun offering pre-orders of white or black Nokia Lumia 900 smartphones, though pricing and specific availability are still unclear. Both hues - though not, it seems, the cyan model offered by a different Microsoft Store earlier this month - were confirmed to Zatz Not Funny, with a $25 deposit securing a place in the line for the first AT&T LTE Windows Phone.

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