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Nokia Lumia Phones Headed to Verizon and Sprint 'Soon'

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Jul 9, 2012, 7:16 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

Nokia's Richard Kerris, VP of Worldwide Developer Relations, said in an interview with Neowin that the phone maker expects Lumia Windows Phone devices to be available from Verizon Wireless and Sprint in the U.S. soon. Though Kerris didn't reveal any specific details, his comments reiterate earlier statements made by Nokia CEO Stephen Elop, who said that Nokia planned to offer differentiated Lumia devices to each of the four major U.S. carriers. "Soon" in this case likely refers to this Fall, which is when Windows Phone 8 is expected to debut. Kerris also reiterated that the imaging technology used in the PureView 808 will make its way to Lumia Windows Phone device, though he declined to say which device or when. Last, Kerris said that the company is spending a significant amount of money on research and development and that "people will be climbing over themselves" to get new Nokia products come the Spring of 2013.

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Jul 9, 2012, 4:42 PM

Do they even know

how to build a CDMA device?
Nokia used to make CDMA Devices a long time ago they were some of the best selling devices. I remember when flip phones were the craze Nokia had the 6256i that phone was like a tank. I also remember the first phones that I ever sold for Verizon were t...
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