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223 comments

  1. Michael Prince

    Nokia lumia 920 black and White out of stock at ATT online – Lumia 820 also out of stock for some time. High demand, low stock, new devices coming?

  2. http://www.xbox.com/en-US/hub/reveal

    XBOX ONE using WINDOWS phone Nokia to navigate ….. check it

    at 13:35

  3. Nokia Lumia 521 – What Else Can You Buy for $150? (in US)

  4. Tellus

    12 of top 15 Nokia phones at retailer edabba in india

    http://www.edabba.com/catalog/single-gsm?sort_by=sell_high_to_low

  5. Tellus

    New cheap Nokia 105 sells well. 1st place at amazon China. Cheap phone, but still nice to see that Nokia can gain the loss they made in this segment Q1.
    Even Lumia 620 is on top 20 here.

    http://www.amazon.cn/gp/bestsellers/wireless/665002051/ref=amb_link_29356292_1/

  6. Look gsm arena daily interest for devices
    1. Nokia Lumia 925 154,244
    2. Samsung I9500 Galaxy S4 112,466
    3. Sony Xperia Z 53,402
    4. Nokia Asha 501 53,228
    5. Nokia Lumia 520 52,803
    6. Samsung Galaxy S Duos S7562 51,407
    7. Samsung I9300 Galaxy S III 47,922
    8. HTC One 46,294
    http://www.gsmarena.com

  7. james

    are you going to post anything on gartner report ? just curious

  8. Dunno if this is something real or a prank, found this at the RDA. No mention of Lumia, so this is either an Asha or nothing :P. The Asha series is expected to grow, so can be possible too 😀

    PS. There was also a Nokia 508.

  9. Charles

    Hi! I’m sure I would like your website but the articles are very hard to read on an iPad. I’ll check back once I get my 928.

  10. EE

    Please don’t take this the wrong way, view it as constructive criticism. As we know, one of the biggest problems with HERE maps is the POI (point of interest) database, which is way behind Google’s.

    I decided to check how does lower Manhattan look like in the biggest 3 mapping sites. I think the results will raise some big questions. For one, how is it possible that Microsoft has way more POIs than Nokia, even though they both use the same mapping platform. And it’s not only about POIs, lots of detail is missing from Here too when compared the two. I do understand that it’s not useful to make the map too cluttered with detail, but the difference is striking. Not only is Nokia behind Google in POI count, but also behind Microsoft!

    Second of all, what happened with Nokia’s much hyped indoor maps? It seems Nokia has not utilized their own assets at all, only made them available via Microsoft Bing. Unbelievable!

    For reference:

    Bing: http://i44.tinypic.com/2afdcvb.png
    Google: http://i39.tinypic.com/8z1xmc.png
    Here: http://i42.tinypic.com/a2q2l2.png

    Bing indoors: http://i39.tinypic.com/63x2yw.png
    Bing indoors2: http://i43.tinypic.com/14wvtox.png

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