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Sources have told The Verge that Nokia plans to release a Lumia device with a similar camera sensor found on the Nokia 808 Pureview. That means lossless zoom. Codenamed Nokia EOS, The Verge also claims it will be built using aluminum rather than the typical polycarbonate found on recent Nokia Lumia devices.
Watch this cool video created by Phong Luong and his friends for a school project. It’s a commercial for the Nokia Lumia 920 that’s colorful and includes a nice background music. Some adjustments with the colors would’ve matched it better with the current Lumia lineup. Take a look.
According to DigiTimes, Nokia is going to roll out new models with display sizes only up to 4.7 inches. Their sources indicated that Nokia is likely to be absent from the 5-inch segment. Nokia’s current flagship, the Nokia Lumia 920, boasts a 4.5-inch display.
Tom Warren from The Verge tweeted that Verizon customers who want a high-end Nokia Lumia are going to be happy soon. How soon is soon? Tomorrow? Next week? Next month? Tom did not share any more details, but he definitely has authority when it comes to information related to Windows Phone.
Nokia just released 3D templates, case specs, recommended materials and best practices for the Nokia Lumia 820. Anyone familiar with 3D printing can create their own custom case. Nokia has become the first major phone company to begin embracing the 3D printing community and I can’t wait to see some of custom cases.
After missing for a few days at Amazon, the Nokia Lumia 920 in white and red colors are back in stock. Previously, only the black version was available. The yellow and cyan Lumia 920 devices are still out of stock.
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Nokia announced today that it will reduce its global IT organization by up to 300 employees and transfer up to 820 employees to HCL Technologies and TATA Consultancy Services. Nokia said these reductions are part of their cost reduction plans announced in June 2012.