The Nokia Lumina 710 is coming to the US in January. Scheduled to begin its operations with T-Mobile on Jan. 11th, Lumina 710 will officially be the first Windows Phone 7-powered Nokia device.
For the first time ever, the Redmond giant brings its gaming services to the iOS platform, both for the iPhone and the iPad. The UI of the app is very similar to that of the Windows Phone 7 OS. So, whether an iOS user enjoys the experience or not clearly depends on the user’s taste.
What you see above is a leaked image of Nokia’s first Windows Phone 7-based smartphone. Any information on the configuration of the phone is unknown. However, we all have to agree that it does look like a lot like Nokia’s N9.
Sprint may be announcing the first CDMA Windows Phone 7 device, possibly on February 24th. The model is likely to be a HTC 7 Pro, however that is yet to be confirmed. Of course this whole thing can be a hoax as well. So Sprint fans/users…its time to keep our fingers crossed!
Well, this was kind of expected. Nokia has finally decided to team up with Microsoft. So expect to see some new Nokia smartphones powered by Windows Phone 7 soon. So I guess Symbian’s fate is now more or less sealed. This certainly helps Microsoft as well. Nokia being the world’s largest mobile phone maker can surely help Microsoft compete better.
Microsoft recently announced that the company has sold over 2 million Windows Phone 7 units over the holiday quarter. The number indicates worldwide stats, not just the US. Microsoft was able to sell 1.5 million units in the initial six weeks of the Windows Phone 7 launch. Although the 2 million sales number isn’t too bad, it is nowhere close to that of iPhone sales during the same period, which stands at a whopping 16.2 million!
The blogging app all Windows Phone 7 users were waiting for, is finally here. “Writing and editing Posts and Pages is a breeze, as well as being able to quickly moderate comments and check statistics. And it’s all made to get you in and out quickly.”