Finnish handset maker Nokia has told ITProPortal that the very latest version of Symbian ^3 operating system, known as Belle, won’t be available in 2011 after all – for the company’s previous flagship devices.
Mobile phone network T-Mobile in the USA has sent out invites to the press for a launch event with Nokia, where on December 14th the first Nokia Windows Phone 7 handset could be launched for the American Market.
On-line mobile phone retailer digital-phone.co.uk has made public that it will be selling Nokia‘s second Windows Phone 7 mobile phone – the Nokia Lumia 710, in early January. This is the first time a shipping or arrival date has been release by any retailer.
Finnish handset maker Nokia has announced an update is available for their first ever Microsoft Windows Phone 7 based Lumia 800 mobile phone. This coming from the company who dropped their own Symbian platform as the main OS on their flagship devices, back in February this year.
Finnish mobile phone maker Nokia has made public that a new version of the joint Nokia-Intel MeeGo OS is being rolled out to their N9 handsets, along with a new colour of white being available to buy.
Former British Telecom mobile phone network O2 has announced it will be carrying the Windows Phone 7 based Nokia Lumia 800 handset, despite previously not listing the phone.
On-line mobile phone news website BGR has published a news item about the recently leaked Nokia Lumia 900 Microsoft Windows Phone 7 handset arriving stateside early next year, before Nokia has even announced the device.
Offering a new revenue stream to the company
Microsoft related news website WinRumors has run with an article that the Finnish phone makers could be making their exclusive Nokia Drive, Maps and Music software for other Windows Phone 7 devices.
Noted as Tango, not Mango
Microsoft related news website WinRumors has published an article that a new iteration of Windows Phone ‘Tango’, build 8713 has been seen on the Internet.
American business magazine Forbes has run a piece on the sales of Nokia’s first Windows Phone 7 Lumia 800 handsets, with those numbers reaching just half a million.