Nokia stopped teasing and formally unveiled its latest high-end Lumia Windows Phone smartphone, the Lumia 925, which T-Mobile US will exclusively launch for the U.S. market.
Verizon Wireless will launch a high-end Nokia Lumia Windows Phone next month, according to a Bloomberg report, which could give Nokia's North American sales a badly needed shot in the arm.
Nokia reported a year-over-year and sequential drop in device sales in North America, but CEO Stephen Elop also hinted that the company will soon bring a "hero" Lumia Windows Phone smartphone to a top U.S. carrier, likely Verizon Wireless.
Nokia reported that improved sales of its Lumia Windows Phone smartphone range helped its mobile phone business achieve underlying profitability in the fourth quarter of 2012. The surprise announcement gave markets hope that CEO Stephen Elop's strategy is finally starting to pay off.
LAS VEGAS--Nokia plans to focus both its technical innovations and marketing for its Lumia phones running Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 software on its imaging and location capabilities, according to a senior Nokia executive.
Nokia's Windows Phones and Appl's iPhone were the most popular among Finnish customers during 2012, according to the country's two largest operators Sonera and Elisa.
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Nokia CEO Stephen Elop said he is pleased with the progress of the company's flagship Lumia 920 smartphone, but admitted that the limited supply of the smartphone is causing frustration within the company's sales force. Despite this issue, Elop told CNET that the company is looking to broaden its distribution channels and launch the smartphone in many more countries.
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop indicated that Verizon Wireless will launch more of its Lumia smartphones running Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 software, though he declined to give further details. The news sent Nokia's stock up to its highest level since April, according to Bloomberg.
Nokia's shares jumped sharply after the Swedish operator Tele2 said it had sold out of Nokia's Lumia Windows Phone 8 smartphones two weeks before Christmas. However, one financial analyst questioned how strong overall Lumia sales were in Western Europe and North America.