Lots of phones have “advanced” cameras these days, complete with burst modes, panorama abilities and tons of filters. However, more often than not, when you pull out your phone to take a pic, you’re looking to get just one good photo — and fast.
When Microsoft announced plans to buy Nokia’s Devices & Services division for $7.2 billion in September, it foresaw the deal closing during the first quarter of 2014. It’s not going to happen inside that time-frame, however, as statements from the Finnish company and Microsoft explain that it should close in April.
Nokia just debuted and Android phone. And the world is still turning. This, on the surface, doesn’t make an ounce of sense. Nokia is, after all, the chief proponent of Microsoft’s Windows Phone operating system, going all-in with the platform in a strategic alliance that began in early 2011. The relationship was so close that […]
Nokia has extended its family of smartphones with the Lumia 525, an affordable device that succeeds the popular Lumia 520 – which is its top selling Windows Phone device worldwide.