Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 14th May 2013 21:34 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless "Following reports, Nokia's own teaser campaign, and a last-minute leaked image, the Lumia 925 is official today. The Finnish smartphone maker is taking the wraps off its latest flagship Windows Phone, and there's a slight twist: it's made from aluminum. Nokia's latest smartphone is trading a full polycarbonate unibody for an aluminum casing. It's not fully metal - the rear of the device will be polycarbonate, and the front is naturally made of glass - but it marks a new shift for Nokia's Windows Phone design." This will be the Lumia that turns it all... Nevermind.
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by tomz on Tue 14th May 2013 22:13 UTC
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Is it a typo of Lamia - a seductive demon, or Lunacy?

The exclusivity to TMobile is ...

It will turn things around, it will crash spinning and drill deep. Ignoring the adage that when you have dug too deep you should stop.

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RE: Uncertainty
by tylerdurden on Tue 14th May 2013 22:23 in reply to "Uncertainty"
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I guess the silly aluminum band didn't fool anyone. Their stock went down over 5% after the announcement.

I've a feeling that both blackberry and nokia's "turnarounds" may end as case studies in business schools, in a not so near future. But not for the reasons their CEOs may think...

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RE: Uncertainty
by Nelson on Wed 15th May 2013 05:50 in reply to "Uncertainty"
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Its exclusive to T-Mobile in the US only. VZW and ATT also have variants of this device in the form of the 928 and 920 respectively.

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