Windows Phone News: lumia 900


Showing posts with label lumia 900. Show all posts
Showing posts with label lumia 900. Show all posts

Thursday, January 17, 2013

Blobster - New Nokia Lumia exclusive game is now available for download

Blobster is a new and fun game Xbox, currently only available for all Nokia Lumia smartphone except the Nokia Lumia 610 is (low ram). Blobster offers a unique and fun gameplay where you have to help Blobster, inhabitants of Blobtopia, to defeat the enemies who want to destroy and pollute their land.

Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Nokia Spain confirmed that Windows Phone 7.8 upgrade will come this month

Nokia Spain has recently limited the further end of the release of Windows Phone 7.8 dedicated to the Nokia Lumia first generation devices. In response to a user who asked for clarifications on the start date of the distribution, Nokia has specified that the update is scheduled for the current month, even if the actual availability in major markets will depend on the individual telephone operators.

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Bluetooth Share and Ringtone Maker apps are available for Nokia Lumia WP 7.8 devices

The official release of the operating system Windows Phone 7.8 is not officially started, but some users have already taken steps to manually update the Nokia Lumia downloading the firmware present in NaviFirm. Among the features announced by Nokia, but not included in the Navifirm firmware, include functions for sharing files via Bluetooth and an app for ringtone creation.
The two applications were already in the Nokia Collection and can be installed and used by users who use a Nokia Lumia WP 7.8 smartphone.

Thursday, April 5, 2012

The future of Nokia in the U.S. will depend on the sales of Lumia 900?

Nokia, after many years of abssence, is trying to boost its market share and its image in the United States. Given the publicity campaign carried out in collaboration with AT &T if Lumia does not reach 900 in just one quarter at least one million units sold, the image of Nokia could be heavily damaged.
"It will be an uphill struggle. The Nokia brand is lagging behind Samsung and Apple. I do not think that the phone can be successful "(Matthew Thornton, an analyst at Avian).
The price established for the Lumia 900 is almost half of that required for an iPhone. And then Nokia is looking at all the ways to revive sales in a market, the smartphone, which is driven by innovation and consumer trends.
"This will make us understand what Nokia smartphones will rise again. The United States, after the rise of the iPhone, represent the largest market for mobile devices "(Alex Spektor, analyst at Strategy Analytics).