Archives For Windows Phone 8
A new Windows Phone 8 ad shows the image stabilisation of the Nokia Lumia 920 over the Samsung Galaxy S3.
However, it seems that Windows Phone is breaking free of the HD Voice requirements as it may be among the first platforms to bring enhanced call audio quality to all carriers thanks to third-party VoIP app Viber.
An Instagram app recently landed in the Windows Phone Store, but its a fake that nobody can actually download.
Temple Run will finally come to Windows Phone this week, about 18 months after it first debuted on iOS.
With the upcoming GDR2 software update for current Windows Phone 8 devices, Microsoft may once again enable the FM radio functionality that was present on Windows Phone 7 but disappeared with Windows Phone 8.
Sprint had previously announced at the start of the year that it will launch two new Windows Phone 8 devices this year, one each from HTC and Samsung.
Microsoft has no plans to make a Surface Windows Phone because it already has say over the designs of phones from partners, particularly Nokia.
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop confirmed in an interview on Finnish television that "beautiful [Lumia] phones are coming."
Pandora is finally available for Windows Phone 8 with Live Tiles and Kid's Corner features and ad-free streaming throughout 2013.
As we're hearing more about Windows Phone Blue, which is reportedly due out by the end of the year, Microsoft is making plans to end support for its current Windows Phone 8 platform.
A leaked screenshot of Verizon Wireless' inventory system suggests that the carrier's next high-end Nokia Lumia 928 smartphone, which is rumored to include the same PureView imaging technology from rival AT&T's Nokia Lumia 920, will come in a variety of colors.
A test photo uploaded to Google Picasa comes from the rumored Nokia Lumia 928 which may come to Verizon next month.
A new exclusive Lumia app from Nokia and Burton aims to make snowboarding more fun from start to finish.
From a job posting, it appears that Microsoft is on track to release the next major release of Windows Phone, probably called Windows Phone Blue to match the Windows 8 Blue release, later this year.
Nokia will release new high-end Windows Phone 8 devices on AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon this year, including a Lumia with a 41MP PureView camera.
Current Windows Phone 8 devices such as the Nokia Lumia 920 and Windows Phone 8X by HTC can upgrade to the next version of Windows Phone when it comes.
We're learning more about a rumored follow up to HTC’s Windows Phone 8X, the HTC Tiara and a possible update to the Windows Phone 8 platform.
With over 130,000 apps available in the Windows Phone Store,Windows Phone is catching up to the iPhone and Android app stores, but still has a long road ahead.
Announced at MWC, T-Mobile USA announces that it would be the exclusive U.S. partner for the entry-level Lumia 521 smartphone.
We take a look at what we think are the five most exciting Windows Phones, so far, for 2013.
LG may announce new Windows Phone 8 devices at MWC 2013 alongside a new collection of Android devices.
Chinese carrier China Mobile is now showing a listing for an unannounced Nokia smartphone called the Lumia 1000.
A leaked roadmap for U.S. carrier T-Mobile shows the Nokia Flame smartphone referenced again.
After much speculation about Nokia bringing its large 41-megapixel PureView sensor technology from the Symbian-powered Nokia 808 to the Windows Phone platform, it looks like that may be happening sooner than later.
Google Sync will no shut down on July 31, Microsoft will add CalDAV and CardDAV to Windows Phone 8 to support contacts and calendar.
Nokia had sent us a text-based save-the-date invitation to a Mobile World Congress press conference that the Finnish Lumia phone-maker will be hosting on the first day of the conference.
We take a look at the top 10 smartphones rumored for launch in 2013.
Verizon is rumored to be getting its own variant of the Nokia Lumia 920, a device that is currently codenamed 'Laser'.
The new Nokia Drive+ Beta will bring free turn-by-turn navigation to all Windows Phone 8 smartphones.
The Samsung ATIV Odyssey will arrive on Verizon on January 24 for $49.99 on a two-year contract after a $50 rebate, so users have to pay $99.99 upfront.
The rumored Nokia EOS will use a PureView sensor similar to the 41MP on inside the Nokia 808 PureView, will likely take better photos than the LUmia 920.
Microsoft could begin the update program for Windows Phone 7.8 later this month, bringing the new Start screen to older phones.
According to The Verge's Tom Warren on social networking site Twitter, the launch of the much rumored high-end Nokia Lumia Windows Phone 8 smartphone on Verizon's 4G LTE network may be happening soon.
The Samsung ATIV Odyssey could arrive on Verizon shelves next week, on January 24. The phone will could be Verizon's free Windows Phone 8 device.