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T-Mobile To Launch Aluminum Based Nokia Catwalk Later This Year?

As T-Mobile Windows Phone continue to hope for a high-end device to arrive on Magenta store shelves, it finally appears their wishes will be granted. According to The Verge, Nokia is set to launch a “Catwalk device,” otherwise known as a Lumia 920 successor on T-Mobile over the summer. The “Catwalk” type device is rumored to move away from the poly-carbonate designs of the current generation Lumia devices and into an aluminum body. Aluminum … [read full article]

More Images Surface Of Nokia Lumia 920 Running On T-Mobile’s Network

If you’re still having doubts about picking up an unlocked international Lumia 920 to run on T-Mobile, hopefully this new set of images will push aside your concerns. We’ve come to the understanding that the AT&T edition of the Lumia 920 won’t have AWS bands thanks to a device breakdown courtesy of the FCC. Still, international Lumia 920 devices, including developer units and Lumia 920 devices releasing in Canada will work … [read full article]

Developer Unlocked Lumia 920 Pictured Running On T-Mobile’s HSPA+ Network

Just 48 hours a Canadian leak lends hope to a pentaband Lumia 920 surfacing in the wild, comes word out of WPCentral’s user forums that an unlocked developer edition of the 920 is running on T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network. After purchasing the developer unlocked device online, forum user KoukiFC3S managed to get the Lumia 920 functioning on T-Mobile’s US network (reportedly using the 1700MHz band) and even posted some screenshots of speed … [read full article]

Nokia’s Lumia 920 Windows Phone 8 Smartphone Is Pentaband After All

After a bit of confusion surrounding the launch and release of the Lumia 920 with Pentaband support, Nokia clarified that their website had accidentally posted their flagship Windows Phone 8 smartphone as pentaband capable. Except, it seems that Nokia may have actually been right the first time around the Rogers release of the Lumia 920 to our friends up North confirmed that not only does the Lumia 920 have WCDA … [read full article]

Nokia Admits Website Error, Says No AWS 1700 Coming With Lumia 920

Some of you have already taken notice and understandably been excited by Nokia’s Lumia 920 official webpage which had indicated the availability of the AWS 1700 band. Unfortunately, the availability of that WCDMA band was a website error as Nokia has confirmed to the folks at WPCentral, and it will be corrected on the page in short order. It’s an honest to goodness disappointment for those of you who may have … [read full article]

(Updated) AT&T Ties Up Lumia 920 As Carrier Exclusive, What About The 820?

  Update: According to Nokia’s website, the Lumia 820 is also an AT&T exclusive, though AT&T’s press release doesn’t mention that specifically.  Update 2: The Nokia website has been updated to show the Lumia 820 as “coming soon” from AT&T, but they have removed the “exclusive.” Good news.  We had high hopes that Nokia’s Lumia 920 would make the carrier rounds and not be tied down … [read full article]

Nokia Hints At New Features Coming To Existing Lumia Lineup

While Nokia’s big focus is on their upcoming Lumia 920 and Lumia 820 launches, they aren’t forgetting their first-generation Lumia customers as they announce a slew of new features coming to existing handsets. The Finish company confirmed via a blog post today that existing handset owners won’t be left behind as Windows Phone 8 draws near. The current Lumia range of smartphones will continue to be supported by Nokia with a new … [read full article]

Nokia Announces Two New Windows Phone 8 Devices, No Carrier Details

Say hello to the two newest Windows Phone 8 powered Nokia Lumia devices and their beautiful designs. Starting with the Lumia 920, Nokia’s new flagship Windows Phone 8 smartphone includes Pureview technology capable of taking photos in five times more light than competing smartphones. As anticipated, the new Lumia 920 sports a 4.5″ 720p display, 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 processor, 2,000mAh battery, PureMotion HD+ screen tech which Nokia says is “better than HD resolution.” … [read full article]