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Neowin: Nokia Lumia 820 review

The launch of Windows Phone 8 saw the announcement of a new generation of handsets, consigning a fairly lacklustre set of earlier devices to the past, with the news that those phones would not be upgradable to the newest version…

Nokia to launch paid version of Lumia-only music service

Nokia’s Ian Delaney took to the official company blog over the weekend to announce Nokia Music+, a new monthly subscription service designed to complement the Lumia-only Mix Radio – the free service that launched back in September. We are told…

Nokia Lumia 920 Review: Can the WP8 flagship convert iPhone/Android lovers?

Since Microsoft introduced Windows Phone 7, they have tried in vain to introduce a legitimate competitor to the Apple iPhone. They have also failed to unseat an army of Android devices. Nokia's entry was an all-in gamble that was supposed to platform among the elite of smartphones, but being the most popular of the bunch didn't translate to commercial or critical success.

In the Nokia Lumia 920, Windows Phone 8 has a worthy competitor to iOS and Android. It continues the design philosophy that made the original Lumias the most popular Windows Phone handsets. It also features brand new software that is faster and more robust than its predecessor. Will a winning hardware foundation and vastly improved software secure the Lumia 920 a place among the elite?