Nokia have posted a new announcement on their site about an upcoming launch of “something new”. The launch date is actually tomorrow morning at 7am GMT, and there is set to be a special guest at the event.
The launch is certainly under the radar and very last minute, so don’t expect anything ground-breaking at the event.… Read the rest
Nokia at one point were the outright leader in the mobile phone market place, they dominated the industry and provided stable and reliable mobile phones to an emerging technological world.
However, since the invention of Smartphone’s I think it’s fair to say that they have suffered, and some of the suffering is self inflicted when they took the decision to stay with their own Symbian OS, as the likes of iOS and Android were making leaps and bounds forward.… Read the rest
It was one of the biggest launches of the year, Windows 8, which has seen a drastic change since Windows 7, as it takes into account mobile platforms and the advancements in technology we are seeing.
You can tell that it has gone down pretty well, according to the Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, over 4 million Windows users have already upgraded to Windows 8 (in a 4 day period).… Read the rest
It was only yesterday that I mentioned Nokia hadn’t had much press coverage recently due to Apple and Samsung soaking up the limelight, but these new Lumia launches seem to have really pushed Nokia forward in the Smartphone industry.
A photo taken in the US shows that even Jessica Alba has caught on to the Lumia craze, as she clutches on to a red Lumia 920 (Nokia’s new flagship phone).… Read the rest
So, it appears that Nokia have finally laid to rest Symbian, their Operating System of old that both helped them become so successful in the early days and eventually dragged them into the ground in the wake of new competition.
The official stance from Nokia is that the OS is in Maintenance Mode, which means there will be no new updates.… Read the rest