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Hello ‘Windows’: Microsoft to wipe out ‘Nokia’ and ‘Windows Phone’ brands

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: September 16, 2014

UPDATED Sept. 19, 2014: With the release of new mobile handsets running on Windows 8.1 such as the Cherry Mobile Alpha Luxe and Play and the HTC One (M8), one can notice that they refer to the new gizmos as Windows, sans the Phone from the branding. This seems to be the case for the Redmond giant, as a leaked official internal document details the company's plans to not only remove the 'Windows Phone' branding on all partner manufacturer handsets, but as well as the 'Nokia' branding on their now-owned mobile phones, keeping the 'Lumia' as their primary brand alive.…

Nokia to launch ‘EOS’ PureView Windows Phone

Relevance: 90%      Posted on: January 23, 2013

Nokia was reported to be planning to launch a Windows Phone flagship codenamed EOS which will use the same PureView technology found on the Nokia 808 PureView. According to The Verge's sources, the Nokia EOS will be the "true PureView Windows Phone" and will use a large sensor similar to the one powering the Nokia 808. Like the previously reported Lumia 920 successor - the Nokia Catwalk, the Nokia EOS will also be clad in aluminum rather than polycarbonate as statement of its flagship status. No further details have surfaced but the Nokia EOS is expected to debut this year.…

Did Microsoft just screw Nokia with Windows Phone 8?

Relevance: 86%      Posted on: June 21, 2012

The earlier announcement of the Windows Phone 8 received mixed reactions. One -- that it's time for MS to add those features WP7 should have had in the first place and; two -- that all existing WP7 handsets will not be upgraded to WP8. In the middle of it all is Nokia which just released their new line of Lumia WP7 smartphones. Usually, with major mobile OS upgrades, entry-level to mid-range smartphones are normally bypassed on the updates (mainly due to hardware support). However, Microsoft's final decision that all WP7 handsets are not getting a taste of WP8 will send…

Is Nokia going Android or Windows Phone 7?

Relevance: 84%      Posted on: February 9, 2011

If the recently leaked memo of Nokia CEO Stephen Elop shows some tell-tale signs of platform shifts for Nokia, they might just jump and take on other mobile OSes. The two most likely targets are Windows Phone 7 and Android. Nokia's Symbian is losing grounds in almost all levels -- even the 2-year old Google Android has surpassed their shipment numbers in 2010. So, in order for Nokia to compete more aggressively, it has to let go of Symbian's monopoly over their handsets. Meego will not cut it (too late already). Nokia could go and use Windows Phone 7 with…

Windows Live right on your Nokia phones

Relevance: 79%      Posted on: August 26, 2007

About 2 weeks ago, Nokia quietly launched a new Windows Live rich client application on several N-Series Nokia devices. The initial line-up included series 60 devices such as the Nokia N73, N80i, N95, N76 and the N93i. You can check it out by going to -- however, they say it's still not available in the Philippines yet. Supported countries are limited to Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, U.K., Sweden, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates. I tried checking out the site thru my Nokia 6233 and I'm already seeing the site. The download links would not…

Microsoft to shift Nokia X products to Windows Phone

Relevance: 79%      Posted on: July 18, 2014

Looks like Microsoft has no long-term plans for its budget Android-running smartphones as it has revealed that it will shift select future Nokia X products to become Windows Phone-powered Lumias. In memos written by CEO Satyella Nadella and mobile device chief Stephen Elop announcing a massive reduction of its workforce, the two Microsoft chiefs also mentioned that the company will shift select Nokia X product designs to become Lumia products running Windows Phone, making them an addition to Microsoft's lineup of budget smartphones while continuing to sell and support existing Nokia X products. "We will be particularly focused on making…

Is Nokia finally entering the Windows tablet space?

Relevance: 78%      Posted on: August 27, 2013

It appears that all the rumor-mongering about Nokia’s plans of releasing its own tablet isn’t all a flight of fancy, as an image of Lumia-inspired prototype has recently surfaced on the web and points us at a Windows-powered tablet. Based on reports, Nokia's upcoming Windows RT slate is said to sport most of the characteristics that we’ve come to expect from a high-end tablet. Well, at least that’s what the tipster told The Verge. Codenamed Sirius, some of the purported features of this tablet includes a 10.1-inch Full-HD screen, a tandem of 6MP (front) and 2MP (back) cameras and a…

GTA San Andreas hits Windows Phone Store

Relevance: 76%      Posted on: January 27, 2014

After getting a month’s worth of head start, Android and iOS users are now joined by their WP-wielding friends as developer Rockstar Games brings Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas to Windows Store. The debut of the game on WP8 doesn’t really come as a surprise as the team behind the popular title already said that they will also port it on other platforms like Windows Phone 8 and Amazon AppStore in the succeeding month. The game is still pretty much the same as the two previous ports. WP8 users will also have to download the massive 2.5GB file from the…

Nokia Mobile Mix Event

Relevance: 76%      Posted on: October 23, 2007

Interested with what Nokia is bringing this quarter? Tech bloggers are invited to join the Nokia Mobile Mix Event this Friday, October 26, 2007. This is actually a similar event I attended last time in Singapore (Nokia: Go Play). The media roundtable will be held at the Fiama Bar, Jupiter Street, Makati City at 11:00 in the morning. Leave a comment if you're interested in attending this event.

New Windows Mobile 7 looks Zune-y

Relevance: 75%      Posted on: February 16, 2010

Today at Mobile World Congress 2010, Microsoft announced their new mobile OS -- Windows Phone 7 Series. Microsoft will bring together Xbox Live games and the Zune music and video experience on a mobile phone. Although there's no phone yet to speak of, expect to see new WinMo7 models by March 2010. The biggest surprise of all is that the company is putting on hold developments for the current WinMo 6.5 and did the Windows Phone 7 from scratch. Actually, they've lifted a lot of the design and UI from the Zune HD. And as someone who've been using the…