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  • "Zoom. Reinvented." That's the headline given by Nokia (NOK +0.3%) for an invite to a July 11 NYC event. There's a good chance Nokia's rumored EOS Lumia phone (expected to sport a 41MP image sensor and be sold by AT&T) will be the star of the show. [View news story]
    Thanks Abu, that's good news (though I wish Sprint sells a Lumia). I much prefer the EOS phone going to AT&T which has much larger cell phone market share than Sprint. I have to stop looking at the yellow background, ZOOM and focus on the text.
    Jun 14 09:13 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • "Zoom. Reinvented." That's the headline given by Nokia (NOK +0.3%) for an invite to a July 11 NYC event. There's a good chance Nokia's rumored EOS Lumia phone (expected to sport a 41MP image sensor and be sold by AT&T) will be the star of the show. [View news story]
    There's a possibility that the ATT rumor is wrong and the event is for a Lumia going to Sprint. "Sprint plans to offer a pair of Windows Phone 8 smartphones by summer 2013." See http://bit.ly/15f02JQ July 11 = summer. I would think one of the "pair" will be a Nokia Lumia. I would prefer that an EOS Lumia be released to all four major carriers in the US for a change or at least to multiple carriers. Hopefully it's not a Sprint exclusive.
    Jun 14 02:34 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • "Zoom. Reinvented." That's the headline given by Nokia (NOK +0.3%) for an invite to a July 11 NYC event. There's a good chance Nokia's rumored EOS Lumia phone (expected to sport a 41MP image sensor and be sold by AT&T) will be the star of the show. [View news story]
    Anyone else noticed that the on the "Zoom. Reinvented" link, it shows a "Zoom. Reinvented" in a yellow background. That shade of yellow is the same yellow used on Sprint's logo. So could it be that what ever phone they are releasing, it's going to Sprint?
    Jun 13 02:32 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Are Nokia's Supply Issues Temporary? [View article]
    Is it possible that NOK intentionally limit supply of Lumia 521 at Walmart (sells for $129, can be off T-Mobile contract after 2 weeks), so that T-Mobile can sell it for $149? It's not out of stock at TMobile online. Tmobile may not be happy if too many customers are buying 521 from Walmart. If true, there may not be a supply issue - Only an unusual marketing strategy. Wet customer's appetite by making a buzz ($129 smartphone at Walmart), out of stock at Walmart, if customer is really hungry and wants the phone, he/she can spend $30 more and buy from Tmobile. At Walmart, the phone is sold with Tmobile service, so customer knows where to get it if they really want it. Just a thought ... Long NOK.
    Jun 12 07:27 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
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