As Microsoft's premier mobile hardware partner, Nokia has plenty at stake with the upcoming Windows Phone 8 launch. Can the company stage a triumphant comeback in a fiercely competitive smartphone landscape? Here we've gathered all the key news surrounding Nokia's latest fleet of Lumia handsets prior to the September 5th media event, where its plans will be made official.
Nokia's important Windows Phone 8 week kicks off with the Lumia 820 and Lumia 920, but will the hardware be enough?
In the wake of questions about Nokia's PureView branding, Damian Dinning, Nokia's man in charge of cameras, has explained that PureView is about the overall camera performance, including optics, software, and image processing, and not the simple megapixel count.
Nokia's new Lumia 820 Windows Phone 8 handset will include wireless charging and exchangeable covers.
Nokia's new Lumia 920 Windows Phone 8 handset will include wireless charging and 32GB of storage.
Nokia's Lumia 820 device has leaked in the form of a prototype device, showing a white model with just 335MB of RAM
An image of the Nokia Lumia 820 has been leaked by Twitter user evleaks.
Nokia's Lumia 920 device has been revealed in a leaked image, sporting a PureView camera.
Nokia is teasing that "things are about to change" on September 5th as it's set to introduce new Windows Phone 8 devices.
A recently granted design patent may have revealed Nokia's yet-to-be announced Lumia Arrow, which we expect to see for the first time at next week's Windows Phone 8 event.
LiveSide has unearthed a Nokia design patent issued earlier this week that's likely for the Nokia "Phi," that's set to be announced early next month.
Nokia "Arrow" and "Phi" devices expected at September 5th press event.
We've been waiting to find out when Nokia would unveil its first lineup of Windows Phone 8 devices, and it looks like we'll be getting all the details on September 5th at 9:30AM in New York City.