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Microsoft to give Lumia 830, 930 'lustrous' makeover

This will most likely be the last time Microsoft releases a Nokia -branded mobile.

Microsoft launches Lumia 535 in India for Rs 9,199

Microsoft Devices Wednesday launched its first Lumia handset without the iconic Nokia brand name in India for Rs 9,199.

Microsoft looks set to drop Nokia name from smartphones

Microsoft Corp looks set to ditch the Nokia name from its Lumia range of smartphones just months after buying the Finnish company`s handset business.

Nokia Lumia to be renamed Microsoft Lumia

The US tech giant Microsoft is set to drop the brand name Nokia from its future mobile phones and it could happen by year end.

Reinvented Nokia committed to growth in India: Officials

Bullish on India, Nokia is ramping up its operations in the country, focusing on its three businesses of network infrastructure, location intelligence and advanced technologies, top executives of the Finnish telecom and IT conglomerate said.

Microsoft likely to unveil 'selfie phone' Lumia 730 in September

Continuing the success of the Lumia phone series, Microsoft is likely to unveil the much speculated 'selfie phone' labeled as Lumia 730, codenamed Superman, on the 4th of September.

Microsoft to focus on Windows Phone OS; Android likely casualty

In what could be the end of the road for Nokia X smartphones, world's largest software maker Microsoft plans to shift select products from the Android- powered range to the Windows platform as it beefs up the affordable Lumia range.

Nokia unveils Lumia 630, 635 and 930 based on WP 8.1

Finnish phone maker Nokia on Wednesday unveiled three Lumia smartphones - Lumia 630, 635 and 930 - based on Windows Phone 8.1 at the Microsoft's Built 2014 event in San Francisco, USA.

Nokia Lumia sales drop by 600,000 units in Q4

The drop in sales came at a time when the majority of Nokia's hardware assets are being sold to Microsoft, which means it's more of a problem for Microsoft than Nokia.

Nokia Lumia 525 could surpass Lumia 520's popularity

Finnish handset maker Nokia this week launched in India its budget smartphone Lumia 525. It could be another smartphone launch for many, but the same could prove to be a milestone in the history of Microsoft's Windows Phone.

Nokia Lumia 520 Vs Nokia Lumia 525: A Comparison

Let's take a look at some of the specifications of both Lumia 520 and Lumia 525 to see the similarities and differences.

Nokia Lumia 525, Lumia 1320 launched in India

The 6-inch Lumia 1320 phablet is priced at Rs 23,999 and will be available from January 13, while the four-inch Lumia 525 would cost Rs 10,399 and is on sale from Tuesday.

Is Nokia Lumia 520 the best Windows Phone?

A Windows Phone report by AdDuplex for November 2013 stated Nokia Lumia 520 as the most popular Windows Phone market in India and in the world as well.

Nokia Lumia 520 price slashed by 50%

The price of Nokia Lumia 520 has been slashed by 50 percent from USD 100 to USD 50 and is offered through AT&T's GoPhone program.

Will India take Nokia Lumia 1520 seriously?

At Rs 46,999, the Lumia 1520 has to doubly justify itself in the price sensitive Indian market. Moreover the brand conscious Indian will also like to be rational and at the same time be comparative when it comes to buying an expensive product.

Nokia Lumia 1520: Key Features

The new device from Nokia has been priced at Rs 46,999.

Nokia Lumia 1520 hits Indian stores at Rs 46,999

Nokia Lumia 1520 is a 6-inch, full-HD smartphone with a quad-core processor and a 20-megapixel PureView camera sensor with dual-LED flash.

7,000 Nokia employess keenly await Delhi HC verdict today

The Delhi High Court will pronounce Thursday its verdict on Nokia's plea for a direction to Income Tax department for lifting of the stay on transfer of assets here in view of its USD 7.2 billion global deal with Microsoft.

India, Finland to discuss Nokia tax case next week

While Nokia has offered to pay a minimum deposit of Rs 2,250 crore, out of the total tax liability of nearly Rs 6,500 crore, the I-T department has told the Court that the offer is not acceptable.

Tax demands to Nokia may cross Rs 10,000 crore

The department has calculated and arrived at the figure and may raise two separate demands to the tune of Rs 4,560 crore and Rs 6,008 respectively on Nokia Corporation and Nokia India, official sources said.