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Nokia World 2013 round-up: Lumia, Asha, and a tablet to boot

Nokia World 2013 round-up: Lumia, Asha, and a tablet to boot

This morning the 2013 edition of Nokia World in Dubai was held with the likes of smartphones in the Lumia and Asha lines along with one lovely tablet. This event was meant to show the world that the hardware team at Nokia does not plan to let up now that they're moving in with Microsoft, and that they're not afraid to continue pushing devices of all shapes and sizes. This event brought on devices of all sizes - large, small, and tablet-sized, too!

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Nokia Asha 503, 502 and 500 hands-on

Nokia Asha 503, 502 and 500 hands-on

Can you be cheap and smart at the same time? Nokia says yes, and the refreshed and expanded Asha range is the result, the new 500, 502, and 503. Following in the dainty footsteps of the surprisingly well-received Asha 501 back in July, the trio of MeeGo-inspired handsets aren't going to squash Nokia's Lumia line-up, but they will be the company's most advanced devices once it sells its true smartphone business to Microsoft. Read on for some first impressions.

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Nokia Lumia 2520 hands-on

Nokia Lumia 2520 hands-on

Nokia's Lumia 2520 Windows RT tablet has been some time coming. The company's last attempt at full Windows, the Nokia Booklet, proved too expensive and too slow, and Nokia's enthusiasm for big-screen devices has waned ever since. The Lumia 2520 changes all that, however, a 10.1-inch alternative to the full-sized iPad and numerous Android tablets, cladding Windows RT in the distinctive and colorful polycarbonate Nokia's Windows Phone range has become known for. Read on for our first-impressions.

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Nokia Lumia 1520 to be AT&T exclusive in the US

Nokia Lumia 1520 to be AT&T exclusive in the US

It's been a while since anyone's been particularly excited about anything coming out of Nokia. There are quite a few people to rather excited about the Nokia Lumia 1520 that's powered by Windows Phone 8.1. AT&T announced today that it would be the exclusive carrier for the Lumia 1520 smartphone when it launches in the US.

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Nokia Lumia 1320 hands-on

Nokia Lumia 1320 hands-on

You can't accuse Nokia of merely dipping its toe into the phablet waters: now that Windows Phone 8.1 supports larger screen sizes, it has a pair of big-panel smartphones to offer. The Lumia 1520 takes the flagship tier, but the Lumia 1320 aims at the mid-range, slimming its specs in order to hit a price tag almost half its more powerful sibling. Read on for some first impressions.

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Nokia Lumia 1520 hands-on

Nokia Lumia 1520 hands-on

Nokia's new flagship Lumia 1520 is big news and a big phone. The company's first "phablet" Windows Phone, it marks the debut of official 1080p screen support in version 8.1 of Microsoft's platform, not to mention a further distillation of Nokia's investment into PureView camera technology down into the mass market. It's also the device that Nokia hopes will rival top-tier iPhone and Android handsets that, so far, it has struggled to compete with. Plenty of high expectations, then, but does the Lumia 1520 live up to them? Read on for our first impressions.

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Nokia Lumia 1320 puts WP8 on a 6-inch midrange phablet

Nokia Lumia 1320 puts WP8 on a 6-inch midrange phablet

Nokia has two phablets to eventually get Windows Phone 8.1, the flagship Lumia 1520 and the more affordable Lumia 1320, a 6-inch smartphone for the mainstream. Using a 720p display rather than the Full HD of the 1520, the Nokia Lumia 1320 keeps the LTE of its more expensive sibling but scales back on the processor, with the Finnish firm opting for Qualcomm's Snapdragon 400 dualcore. Most disappointing, perhaps, is missing out on the PureView camera technology.

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Nokia Lumia 2520 tablet official: Windows RT and LTE

Nokia Lumia 2520 tablet official: Windows RT and LTE

Nokia has revealed its much-anticipated Windows RT tablet, the Nokia Lumia 2520, a 10.1-inch slate pairing the distinctive and colorful design of the company's Windows Phone range with LTE as standard and a suite of homegrown apps. Revealed today at Nokia's Dubai event, the Lumia 2520 has a special Full HD display that runs at up to 650 Nits brightness for outdoor usability, and will come in at a competitive $499 pre-subsidies. Meanwhile, there's a full bundle of apps and even a Power Keyboard accessory with QWERTY, an integrated battery, and USB ports.

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