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It's a big week for Nokia. Yesterday they announced their flagship Lumia 925, available in the US later this summer exclusively through T-Mobile. The news comes on the heels of last week's announcement of the Lumia 928, to be released exclusively with Verizon later this week, and they're both powered by Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processors.
This week in Barcelona Nokia announced their latest Windows Phone 8 smartphones, the Lumia 720 and Lumia 520. Like all Windows Phones, these Lumias feature Snapdragon processors.
To celebrate today's launch of Windows Phone 8, Microsoft created an 80-foot banner featuring the start screen of the phone of Qualcomm's CEO, Paul Jacobs.
Earlier today Nokia held a press conference in New York City to unveil their latest in their line of Lumia smartphones – The Lumia 820 and flagship Lumia 920. At the core of these handsets is Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S4 processor. The performance powerhouse of the S4 processor allowed Nokia to outfit these phones the flashiest hardware technology and bleeding edge Microsoft software. Below is a walkthrough of how the Snapdragon S4 is powering some of these features in the flagship Nokia Lumia 920.
Since the release of Windows Phone, Snapdragon processors have been the only hardware platform deemed worthy to support it. Inside every Window Phone 7 handset was either a Snapdragon™ S1 or S2 processor.
Last week Nokia turned heads with the Lumia 900 – a new smartphone featuring a Snapdragon processor. Many reviewers were big fans of this Windows Phone.
Over the past month Microsoft has announced a new generation of Windows Phone. At first glance, the new generation of handsets look similar to their predecessor. But inside they’re completely different.
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