New sales estimates show that Nokia may have sold 1.3 million Lumia 710 and Lumia 800 Windows Phones over the holidays and gained a 45 percent WP7 market share. We examine what this means, how it compares to Android, and the road ahead for Nokia.
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop has been making the rounds, speaking with different publications. In a recent interview, he hints that the Finnish manufacturer may announce new devices as soon as February or March.
Following the announcement of a joint T-Mobile and Nokia event on December 14, an FCC entry for a T-Mobile branded Lumia 710 was discovered. Is the US about to see its first Nokia Windows Phone 7 device?
Nokia's inability to get U.S. carriers onboard with its first Windows Phone 7.5 handsets until 2012 may be the nail in the coffin of Microsoft's plans for a good holiday season. This year is already over for Windows Phone.
Our complete coverage of Nokia's Lumia 800 and Lumia 710 Windows Phone 7.5 handsets, unveiled at Nokia World 2011 in London. Specs and details on the phones, new Symbian phones, and Nokia's exclusive WP7 apps for driving, public transit, ESPN sports, and…