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The Nokia Lumia 521, exclusive for T-Mobile, made an appearance at a press event here in NY and we got to check it out. The Nokia Lumia 521 runs Windows Phone 8 and is compatible with T-Mobile’s 4G HSPA network. No exact pricing yet, but we expect it to be very affordable.
Check out the new wireless charging car holder announced by Nokia at Mobile World Congress. It also has NFC so you can tap your phone to the holder to open any app you want. In this video, it opens Here Maps.
We go hands-on the Nokia 301. It is for more affordable Internet and email access, with camera experiences inspired by Nokia Lumia smartphones. It also includes the Nokia Xpress Browser for up to 90 percent more data efficiency.
Let’s go hands-on with the Nokia Lumia 520. It’s Nokia’s most affordable Windows Phone 8 smartphone. It has a four-inch super sensitive touchscreen with 800 x 480 pixels resolution. It runs with a 1 GHz Dual Core Snapdragon processor. The Lumia 520 also has a 5 megapixel camera.
Anina from Nokia shows us the Nokia Lumia 720 from Mobile World Congress. The highlighted features are the large F/1.9 aperture, Carl Zeiss optics, and wide-angle front-facing camera.
Here’s the Nokia 105, the most affordable Nokia phone to date at a recommended price of EUR 15 unlocked and unsubsidized. The Nokia 105 is ideal for the first-time phone buyer.
We took a look at the Nokia Lumia 822 during the Windows Phone 8 event in San Francisco. The Nokia Lumia 822 has a 4.3-inch Clearblack display with Gorilla Glass, an 8 megapixel camera, HD front facing camera, wireless charging, and the new Windows Phone 8.
At an AT&T event in New York City, Nokia showed off their new Nokia Lumia 920. Cyan was not listed when the phone was originally announced, but it will be available to AT&T exclusively at launch. Video after the jump.
We go hands-on with the Nokia Lumia 920. It’s Nokia’s new flagship Windows Phone 8 device and it will come with PureView technology. It’s not the same PureView you may have heard of from the Nokia 808, though. I’ll explain in a moment. Video after the jump.