Microsoft launched Windows Phone 8 yesterday at an event in San Francisco. The tech giant is hoping its third time lucky in the smartphone market as it prepares to try and wrestle some market share from Android and iOS. There’s a decent line up of smartphones and a host of new features on offer. Let’s take a closer look at Windows Phone 8, size up the hardware and software, and check out the pricing and release dates.
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Not the savior that it was hoped to become, the Windows-running Lumia smartphones have failed to get Nokia out of the red. The company’s Q3 financial results released today show that the Microsoft partnership has yet to bear a fruitful outcome, as the once mighty ruler reported a net loss of $1.27 billion.
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The Nokia Lumia 920 is obviously the new flagship device of the company, a handset labeled “the most innovative Lumia” by the Finnish handset maker. The device will offer users a few interesting features such as PureView camera and wireless charging, among other things.
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