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Lumia 520 gets Windows 8.1 and Cyan update
By Luke Jones on Monday August 18, 2014

The Nokia Lumia 520 has finally been treated to the latest version of Windows Phone, version 8.1 with Nokia's Cyan software on board. That is a fitting addition considering the 520 has done as much for Microsoft's (admittedly slow) mobile growth as any other smartphone.

Microsoft sticks with Android for new Nokia X2 affordable phone
By Andrew Kameka on Tuesday June 24, 2014

It made sense for Nokia to launch the X Android smartphones as a way to gain traction in the lower-tier market, but it was widely expected that Microsoft would abandon the venture once it assumed control of Nokia. That's no longer the case as Microsoft today launched the Nokia X2, a more powerful but still cheap smartphone, and it's still running Android.

Nokia Z Launcher show promise for the company
By Luke Jones on Friday June 20, 2014

In case you missed the memo, Nokia is no longer in the mobile phone making business since the company sold its devices and services division to Microsoft. Nokia cannot make a device until 2016, but it appears to be killing time with a new Android launcher.

Nokia links 50 Lumia 1020's for unique 'Arc of Wonder' video
By Andrew Kameka on Wednesday May 21, 2014

I have a Nokia Lumia 1020. If I had 49 more at my disposal and hours of times to carry them around the city, I still wouldn't have come up with the idea for the Living Moments - Lumia Arc of Wonder, a short video created by filmmaker Paul Trillo.

The worst thing about Windows Phone screens, brightness settings, will be improved in the Cyan update
By Andrew Kameka on Monday May 19, 2014

Windows Phone supports only four brightness settings: low, medium, high, and auto. Anyone wanting to have more detailed controls have sadly had to do without, but that will change soon on more Nokia handsets.

Nokia Lumia 930 will take the Icon global, Cyan will bring Windows Phone 8.1 to all WP 8 Lumias
By Andrew Kameka on Wednesday April 02, 2014

Nokia today announced the Nokia Lumia 930, an international version of the recently released (and reviewed) Lumia Icon. It also announced that all of its products would receive the "Cyan" update to add new Windows Phone 8.1 features to the device.

Nokia Lumia Icon Review: Verizon does Windows Phone better than before
By Andrew Kameka on Friday February 28, 2014

Windows Phone fandom hasn't been very kind to Verizon in the past. Nokia and Verizon must have realized a change was necessary because the companies opted not to name its latest Windows Phone, the Lumia Icon, with the same naming conventions.It's a fitting switch, because this isn't a by the numbers smartphone.

Nokia says X phones made to transition feature phone users and will not appear in North America
By Andrew Kameka on Tuesday February 25, 2014

On the off chance that consumers in United States or Canada seriously considered purchasing one of the low-cost Nokia X Android smartphones announced yesterday, Nokia has confirmed those people need not waste their time because the phone will not be officially sold in North America.

Nokia X and Nokia XL hands-on: a look at the first Nokia Android smartphones
By Andrew Kameka on Monday February 24, 2014

Nokia's device unit isn't a Microsoft company yet, so the company is making one last announcement as an independent company that probably won't go over very well with its soon-to-be owners.

Nokia goes Android, announces trio of X phones running a forked version of Android sans Google
By Andrew Kameka on Monday February 24, 2014

Nokia today announced three new handsets that are all Android without the company and apps that have come to be closely associated with the operating system. The Nokia X, X+, and XL all run Android, but it is a forked version of the Android Open Source Project that has little resemblance to Android.