If there ever was a corporate stunt that deserved a 'do not try this at home' warning, this is it. Working with scientists from the University of Southampton—translation: people who know what they're doing—Nokia has successfully charged a Lumia 925 using lightning generated in a laboratory. All of a sudden that…
Nokia’s just unveiled the Lumia 925—and it's the Windows phone that you'll want. Gone is the all-plastic traditional Lumia, subsumed by a much more refined feeling metal-polycarbonate mix. This thing looks and feels great.
Good news Nokia Lumia owners: everyone will be able to use the fancy new camera tech that the new Lumia 925 comes packing, thanks to an “amber” software update that’ll be hitting your phones soon.
Nokia's new Lumia 925 will be coming to T-Mobile in the US—though there are currently no details on pricing or release date.
We're already pretty into Nokia's just-announced Lumia 928, but here's what's coming next. Evleaks, who has a pretty great track record with these things, just showed the world Nokia's new phone, which seems to be the codename "Catwalk" phone we've been hearing about.