Nokia fans in the U.S. that were hoping for the 808 PureView to hit the market — there were actually indications of that happening shortly after MWC — were probably excited over the weekend with Nokia U.S. featuring 808-related material on their Facebook page, hinting towards a June 18 announcement.
As expected, the Finnish manufacturer is bringing the 808 PureView to the States. It will be available for $699 from Amazon and, while it will be fully operational on AT&T’s network, it will only be able to generate 2G traffic on T-Mobile. The main attraction of [...]
The Nokia 808 PureView, while announced at this year’s MWC, is still not available in most of the markets (U.K. included) but it looks like the Finnish manufacturer might follow up on the information according to which the 41-megapixel camera with a phone will be landing in the U.S.
Nokia U.S. posted these two images on its Facebook wall. While these left everyone wondering what it will be exactly that Nokia is planning on introducing on June 18 (this Monday), the consensus seems to be the 808 PureView. The map above represents Hawaii and the area code for Hawaii is 808. [...]
You may have noticed recently that we’ve been exploring different reasons as to why people love specific smartphone operating systems such a Windows Phone, iOS, Android, and Palm’s Web OS. So this time we’re going to look at Symbian. Symbian’s an interesting beast. For a long time it was the most popular smartphone operating system in the world. Symbian’s market share surpassed everyone else up until recently. There are still plenty of Nokia fans who swear by Symbian even though Nokia has decided to move on to the more modern Windows Phone OS. Why [...]