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That Escalated Quickly: Nokia’s new Lumia breaks records in megapixels

Nokia has long been one of the most well-respected names in business phone. While they may not have the global market shares that Apple and Samsung can brag about, there’s no doubt that Nokia holds its own in the smartphone market, which have been enjoying great fame in its reliability, affordability, and its highly impressive features.

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Nokia to Launch Phablet, Says Company Insiders

Samsung take note, next generation Lumia coming soon.

This cryptic tweet sent August last year by Chris Weber, Nokia’s current Nokia EVP of Global Sales and Marketing, drew quite a bit of speculation from tech pundits and Nokia fans alike. The reference to "note" led some commentators to speculate that Nokia might be thinking into breaking into the phablet market. If you had read this tweet in 2012 like everyone else, you might have raised your eyebrows and even chortled at what seems to be a case of too much reading in between the lines.

Now fans can be more expectant as The Financial Times reports that Nokia aims to "revitalize its smartphone business with flagship launches this year". This includes plans to unveil a supersized phone and other new devices. Insiders say that the most innovative move of the company this year would be to work on a device that could function as both a phone and tablet, with specifications that would best the popular Samsung Galaxy Note. Insiders also mention that Nokia plans to launch the first Nokia Lumia smartphone with advanced Pureview imaging technology. Possibly to be launched in July, the smartphone will sport a 40-megapixel camera. Other devices to watch out for are a lighter and upgraded Lumia 920 and a lower-priced version in autumn. If the rumor mill is true, this event will mark Nokia’s first foray into a market dominated by Samsung and Apple.

It’s no question that many Nokia fans would welcome a "Nokia Note". Before Nokia’s Windows Phone 8 launch, enthusiasts were already floating around ideas of what they would like to see from the Finnish smartphone maker. Perhaps no other Nokia concept phone idea around this time became as popular as the bright purple Nokia Lumia OneNote 5.5” phablet created by Ibrahim Sujau. Apart from a quad core 1.6 GHz processor, 2 GB RAM, up to 64 GB of storage, a microSDHC card slot, 12-megapixel rear camera with autofocus, and HSPA+ connectivity, Sujau’s concept also included business phone features that would make professionals salivate.

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Nokia Lumia 900: Product Review

The highly-anticipated handset of 2012 is finally made available in the market. The all new Nokia Lumia 900 is undoubtedly one of the remarkable smartphones manufactured by Nokia. It has a lot of features to offer, not to mention the cool apps and impressive specs on board. In a nutshell, it is advanced, and feature-rich, so you’ll get a one of a kind mobile experience you’ll definitely relish.