Nokia's freshly-launched Lumia 925 is aimed at the high end of developed markets, but while the tech world focuses on the hero phones, it's the low- to mid-range that could really spell problems for BlackBerry.
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The next Nokia Lumia handset is set to be revealed in London next month, bringing a new option to the market for Windows Phone fans.
Nokia missed analyst guidance and has reported declining shipments of its non-Lumia devices, while adding around 25 percent more Lumia shipments to its books - so which should it care about more?
No Nokia tablet at Mobile World Congress, but the company is keeping its options open in terms of 'all the possibilities' says an exec.
Nokia has introduced four new mobiles at Mobile World Congress 2013, including new Lumia models and lower-end devices aimed at emerging markets.
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Nokia has published its final-quarter and full-year results for 2012. Despite making a €2.3 billion loss for the year, it showed signs of a revival in the last three months.
Nokia has announced a new handset for the lower end of its Windows Phone 8 Lumia devices, the Lumia 620, which will start shipping in some countries from January 2013.
The freshly introduced Windows Phone 8 platform is performing well according to Microsoft, as the company prepares to roll out an update to its Windows Phone 7 OS.
Microsoft is preparing to open stores in the UK in a move that give the software maker a more direct route to market for its hardware products.