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Nokia Lumia 625 official: a big phone for small budgets

Nokia Lumia 625 official: a big phone for small budgets

We knew it would be coming anytime soon, but Nokia has officially unveiled the Lumia 625 smartphone that's meant for the frugal folks in the world. It's certainly no Lumia 1020, but it's one of the cheapest Windows Phone 8 options that still manages to pack a big screen, as well as 4G LTE capabilities.

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Nokia Lumia 520 unveiled as first 4G Windows Phone AT&T GoPhone offering

Nokia Lumia 520 unveiled as first 4G Windows Phone AT&T GoPhone offering

Subscribers on AT&T's prepaid service GoPhone will have access to their first Windows Phone device, a Nokia Lumia 520, on July 26, according to an announcement the carrier made today. The handset is able to be used on the carrier's expansive 4G network, and comes with a relatively budget-friendly price tag of $99.99 USD.

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Nokia Lumia 625 detailed in full leak with 4.7-inch display

Nokia Lumia 625 detailed in full leak with 4.7-inch display

It's one day early and certainly "Something Big" as Nokia suggested just this morning: the Lumia 625, complete with 4.7-inch display. This device will be working with a 4.7-inch IPS display at 800 x 480 pixels, surprisingly, this suggesting that - as it was guessed - this device will be headed for a more budget-minded crowd.

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Nokia teases “something BIG”, likely Lumia 625 [UPDATE]

Nokia teases “something BIG”, likely Lumia 625 [UPDATE]

It would appear that the fabled Nokia Lumia upgrade (larger than the Lumia 925, that is) may be just around the corner as the company itself suggests "something BIG" is on the way. With nothing more than a single NOKIA logo on orange and a teaser ringing up with "we can't tell you what it is yet", it certainly could be something we've never heard of or seen before. But with the device itself appearing in China through radio certification just last week, you'll be keen to bet on it.

UPDATE: Yeah that's pretty much a lock.

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Nokia Q2 2013: 7.4m Lumia Windows Phone sales but $151m loss

Nokia Q2 2013: 7.4m Lumia Windows Phone sales but $151m loss

Nokia has announced its Q2 2013 financial results, with the company selling 7.4m Lumia Windows Phones though still making a €115m ($151m) loss in the three month period. The company improved on Q1, according to the full results [pdf link] released today, when losses reached €150m, and smartphone sales are up 21-percent quarter-on-quarter, though down 27-percent compared to the same period a year ago.

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T-Mobile Xperia Z and Nokia Lumia 925 launching (pre-order) this week

T-Mobile Xperia Z and Nokia Lumia 925 launching (pre-order) this week

Two of the most powerful smartphones ever offered by their respective manufacturers are headed to T-Mobile this week for users hoping to pre-order and get in on the action as soon as possible. One runs Android - that's the Sony Xperia Z, coming in both black and a rather unique purple version. The other works with Windows Phone 8 - that's the Nokia Lumia 925, the newest in a line of large-display-toting hero phones from the company birthed for Microsoft's software all the way back in 2012 with the Nokia Lumia 920 - here in 2013 it's time to get and go metal.

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Nokia Lumia 1020 hits pre-order as hardware teardowns begin

Nokia Lumia 1020 hits pre-order as hardware teardowns begin

Nokia announced the Lumia 1020 last week, and right on schedule, AT&T has flipped the switch on pre-orders for the new device that packs in a 41MP camera. The carrier is accepting them now on their website, and you have your choice of color, as long as your favorite color is either yellow, black, or white.

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Lumia 520 now world’s top Windows Phone as Nokia dominates market

Lumia 520 now world’s top Windows Phone as Nokia dominates market

While most people would think that flagship devices are the most popular, that isn't always the case. Sometimes, it's the budget devices that top the list, as is the case with Windows Phone. According to Windows Phone advertising company AdDuplex, the Nokia Lumia 520 is the world's most popular Windows Phone handset.

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SlashGear 101: Nokia Lumia 1020 Oversampling and the 5MP “Sweet Spot”

SlashGear 101: Nokia Lumia 1020 Oversampling and the 5MP “Sweet Spot”

The Nokia Lumia 1020 is a smartphone with a 41-megapixel camera introduced by the company with intent on having it carried by AT&T here in 2013. This device works with a unique blend of abilities, tending not only to the massive photos produced when it takes 34MP and 38MP photos, but 5 megapixel photos as well. And why would Nokia suggest taking 5 megapixel photos when they've got a 41 megapixel sensor on this camera? It's the sweet spot!

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Nokia Lumia 1020 bringing PureView beyond AT&T [UPDATE]

Nokia Lumia 1020 bringing PureView beyond AT&T [UPDATE]

Thought the machine will be coming to the USA with AT&T first, but suggestions from the company itself have aimed the machine out with a wider field of vision, as it were. As the original Nokia Lumia 920 was all but exclusive when it was released in the USA (until advanced versions like the 928 and now the 925 as well, were introduced, it would seem that the word "exclusive" has some hidden meaning to it.

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Nokia Lumia 1020 gets Imaging SDK for third-party PureView capabilities

Nokia Lumia 1020 gets Imaging SDK for third-party PureView capabilities

Nokia has just announced the new Lumia 1020, which sports a 41-megapixel camera on the back with plenty of bells and whistles. Now, developers will be able to take advantage of the PureView technology in their own apps, thanks to the launch of a new Developers SDK from Nokia that app developers can grab starting today.

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Nokia Lumia 1020 PureView imaging detailed

Nokia Lumia 1020 PureView imaging detailed

This week the folks at Nokia have gone through not only the basic vision for the Nokia Lumia 1020, but it's 41 megapixel PureView photography abilities as well. What we're getting to see here is the machine's aim to not just take one massive photo each time it shoots, but an array of photos. You'll be seeing high-energy high-density sharp and bright photos no matter the size you capture: 38 megapixel or 34-megapixel images in 4:3 and 16:9 aspect ratios, large and small.

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