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Nokia might also announce Lumia 925 on May 14

Nokia might also announce Lumia 925 on May 14 - read the full textNokia is all but certain to launch the Lumia 928 at its press event scheduled for May 14, but according to the latest reports it might be joined by another high-end smartphone on stage. Nokia Lumia 925, a full metal-body smartphone, which was previously known as Catwalk, is rumored to sport...

 

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now how is this different from lumia 920

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  • 2013-05-07 20:21
  • utVr

STOP THIS ANDROID NONSENSE !!! android market is mega full. cheap models from zte and huawei are making hard times for great brands with android os like sony,motorola,htc,lg. motorola is owned by google and is ill,almost dead,even nokia is much above!!! android is far to be a guarantee that nokia will rise again. all the sheeps around the world already know only iphone and samsung. they do not even try to ask about anything else. windows mobile will be smarter and smarter. skydrive already is better than icloud, windows 8 mobiles have microsoft office and maps offline. wait windows blue and one more year to let windows ecosystem to grow. already windows 8 tablets (not rt) are number one choice because they can do anything like a laptop or desktop with old xp or vista, all programs are compatible, no app store with expansive stupid apps. windows 8 tablets will kill ipads and android stupid tablets

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  • 2013-05-07 20:13
  • 0Cb2

best of luck

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  • 2013-05-07 20:12
  • t1$E

> In reply to NokiaWPPureView @ 2013-05-07 19:57 from sSPb - click to readThe companies you mention are not going great coz droid market is covered by sammy.Nokia had a great market share also their phones were much better than sammy.Again android is free unlike wp so devices coming may have an cost advantage.Or else would have tried running android on low cost asha series instead of their own os

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  • 2013-05-07 20:12
  • YQEu

People seem to have forgotten or just don't know Nokia make more then just phones....

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  • 2013-05-07 20:00
  • n$eh

> In reply to Mr. Developer @ 2013-05-07 19:53 from U@$u - click to readAnd then suddenly grabs the downward slope? Don't forget Sony, HTC, Motrolla, LG also are android brands. Are they really that much successful with Android? What guarantee you have that Nokia will have a bright future with Android when one can clearly see Nokia's bright future with WP as it's market shares are increasing in a bit slow ratio?

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  • 2013-05-07 19:57
  • sSPb

Nokia should remember they have only one good business but microsoft has well established ones.Nokia should consider android as other option for their semi bright future

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  • 2013-05-07 19:53
  • U@$u

Android and Samsung have corrupted minds of people. They think higher specs are innovation and customization is everything.

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  • 2013-05-07 19:53
  • tt1C

> In reply to PL2 @ 2013-05-07 19:48 from mxUc - click to readYes i see the apple word has been dropped in this conversation, is what i thought apple buzz word "innovation" which really does not mean much.

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  • 2013-05-07 19:51
  • n$eh

> In reply to Hmm @ 2013-05-07 19:44 from n$eh - click to readNot if you actually want to be in a position to compete in the market place for a Smart phone. We are not talking a low end feature phone here. Actually making and receiving calls now is only part of it now. It is about the whole eco-system now. That's is what Apple ,love them or hate them, got right with the iPhone hence why they are doing so well. A phone that cannot do music, camera or games well is not going to sell.

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  • 2013-05-07 19:48
  • mxUc

> In reply to snjy @ 2013-05-07 18:05 from 01H9 - click to readNL 925 will be available at Tmobile USA

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  • 2013-05-07 19:46
  • YHNr

> In reply to PL2 @ 2013-05-07 19:41 from mxUc - click to readinnovation innovation innovation get a life man its a phone it does not need it. Can it make calls yes and can it surf the web yes can you send e-mails yes job done.

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  • 2013-05-07 19:44
  • n$eh

> In reply to PL2 @ 2013-05-07 19:41 from mxUc - click to readJust simply answer my question. Why will Nokia increase it's inside hardware when the current things are already running smooth on its current hardware i.e 512, 1 GB or RAM and just on dual core? Answer me that, Its a simple question.

BTW, nice to know you think "Increase hardware" is innovation.. Defines a lot about your thoughts.

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  • 2013-05-07 19:44
  • sSPb

I think I must have missed something here. The hardware specs. of this device are best about a year "behind the curve". How is this innovation? If Nokia want to win with an O/S that is doing very badly, at present and quite possibly for a long time to come, they need hardware that can take on the best to even stand a chance and this isn't it. Why would I pay top price for a device that is essentially on old hardware with O/S that has very poor sales and compared to an equivalent Android phone far less customisable.

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  • 2013-05-07 19:41
  • mxUc

It's either T-mobile is doing a bad job or Nokia beingpay by AT&T to don't give a damn about T-mobile. I'm sick of everyone getting a great Nokia phones but not T-mobile . T-mobile wake up, goddamn it

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  • 2013-05-07 19:28
  • jesC

I dont think its lumia 925 it must be lumia 825/828. remember when nokia announced lumia 920 lumia 820 was also announced with it. nokia might do the same thing again.

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  • 2013-05-07 19:16
  • fxHc

and here comes those android bots drooling for Nokia's hardware and telling blah blah why it has no android with it, if only like this like that oh nooo.. even samsung is planning on replacing android with tizen....

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  • 2013-05-07 19:06
  • w0Pt

> In reply to advice @ 2013-05-07 18:39 from fwMQ - click to readFirst they need to make sure they are strong enough to take on Samsung plus other Android OEMS, only when they are confident that yes, even if Nokia+Android fails they have something to fall upon.

Currently they have very limited cash flow and resources. Lumia series are taking off but its a bit slow, Asha series and dumbphones dept can handle some pressure, but for Nokia currently some is not enough.

I personally wish though Nokia should not go with Android, I will hate them to see as just another Android OEM, there are already many. But I guess users want the collaboration to happen and Nokia might just will give into it. But still for this a year or two will pass by.

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  • 2013-05-07 19:04
  • tt1C

The big question is, when will they hit the stores?

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  • 2013-05-07 18:52
  • nGVq

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