Nokia Invents New Typeface For Jumping On Board WP7

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If you're anything of a design nerd — and who in this day and age isn't? — you'll find this kind of intriguing. Nokia has developed a new typeface for their change of focus. While they don't mention WP7, it's pretty clear that this is for the new platform. The typeface is called Nokia Pure: Our in-house team started developing ideas for Nokia Pure with Bruno Maag, the … [Read more...]

Nokia WP7 Phones Already In The Works, To Get Special Edition Of The OS?

Nokia's Stephen Elop has confirmed that the first round of Nokia WP7 phones is already in the works, that they'll be available from 2012, and that Microsoft has no interest in buying the manufacturer. He said: "We're right now, today, having people work on the first Windows Phone devices from Nokia. That work is already under way. If this was an acquisition scenario, that … [Read more...]

HTC Arrive To Have NoDo Preinstalled? [updated]

According to PhoneScoop, when the HTC Arrive hits stores on March 20th, it'll come with NoDo preinstalled. That's right folks, you'll be able to copy and paste. Huzzah! Sprint has informed Phone Scoop that the HTC Arrive, which will become available starting March 20, ships with the NoDo Windows Phone 7 update preinstalled. This updated system software includes cut and … [Read more...]

Nokia To Push Out 20-30 Windows Phone 7 Handsets In 2012?

In an interview with DNA India, Nokia's Indian head D Shivakumar gave out some some interesting tidbits about the Nokia's WP7 phones. It appears that we won't be seeing any of the phones until "roughly 12 months from now." However, we believe that DNA India has changed the article significantly from when it first went to press. Early notes on the piece include the quote: Its … [Read more...]

Nokia Wants To Have 200 Million WP7 Converts

According to Business Insider, Nokia is hoping to convert 200 million of its Symbian users to WP7 by 2013. This came to light in a document filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission, which revealed that Nokia wants to convert its 38% smartphone marketshare into Windows Phone 7 users: "We expect the transition to Windows Phone as our primary smartphone platform to take … [Read more...]