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To: masa2 who wrote (6885)12/17/2011 1:21:21 PM
From: nicmar
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"Thrilled" is good. Share price is better. Some many years ago, I remember investing in nokia around 80 something a share as nokia was by far the telecom leader. Didn't want ericy as they were a dud. Cheap stuff. Now I still have a few shares of nokia and the market tells me they are worth a bit over 4 bucks. Time to buy as I believe nokia is coming back. Nok certainly hasn't given up on the (however many gs) market, imo. . . nic

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To: nicmar who wrote (6883)12/19/2011 9:51:22 AM
From: Eric L
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Tough Sledding ...

Nic,

Welcome back to this board. I'm glad to see that you have decided to moderate the SI InterDigital (IDCC) board. Hopefully it will get decent play from a variety of individuals.

<< Nokia shareprice now at $4.90. Has to be a great time to buy. .. >>

My personal opinion is that below $5 USD it's a pretty good buy, provided you have patience. I reentered NOK in August when it 1st dipped to its 13 year sub-$5 USD low after exiting completely in June on a big bounce after sinking fast on the Q2 warning.

It's playing in a smartphone crazed sector and until Nokia fully transitions its smartphone line from Symbian to WinPhone its going to be tough sledding. This despite the fact that what Nokia does with its feature phone line is every bit as important as the smartphone range and will drive profit on the short haul. The US reentry will be very challenging and pivotal.

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To: Eric L who wrote (6887)12/19/2011 10:43:46 AM
From: nicmar
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Well Eric, It's been tough sledding for me every where. My 2 major holdings keep hitting it on the nose. I should have dropped out of wiln and re entered some time ago and there was really no reason not to other than not watching the chicken coup.

Interdigital is another matter as one can hardly drop the long shares perchance the next day brings in a sale of the company. On the other hand, if one thinks there won't be a sale, one should get out as fast as possible before it hits a 10 pe and investors figure that sammy will join the crowd and not re license. Could be a boom or bust depending on ones persuasion.

On the other hand, little downside on nokia, I would think. Even if they put one foot in front of them with Windows based, it can't help but be a forward movement. Who knows, I'll not count them out as they weren't successful in the past by standing on the corner holding a brown bagged bottle. May be room for a good initiative. We'll see how they fair up with the big boys. .. nic

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From: Eric L12/24/2011 1:09:48 PM
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Happy Holidays!



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From: Eric L12/26/2011 6:33:54 PM
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Nokia’s 2012 CES Press Event



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From: Eric L12/27/2011 12:36:22 PM
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Samsung v. Nokia ...

Original Reuters (Seoul) article on this subject here on the Samsung board ...

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>> Samsung Expects to Sell 374 Million Mobile phones in 2012

Dan Seifert
Mobile Burn
December 27, 2011

mobileburn.com 

According to the Korea Economic Daily, citing industry officials, Samsung expects to sell 15 percent more mobile phones in 2012 than it did in 2011. The company projects that it will move 374 million cellphones next year, 49 million more than its projections for 2011.

The report says that 150 million of those 374 million handsets will be smartphones. Unfortunately, since Samsung no longer reports actual numbers of devices shipped each quarter, it will be very difficult to tell how many smartphones and cellphones it does actually sell in 2012. Analysts determined that Samsung edged out Apple to become the number one smartphone maker in the world in the third quarter of this year, but many expect Apple to reclaim its title in the fourth quarter.

The 374 million projected number puts Samsung in a closer race with the world's number one phone maker Nokia, which analysts expect to move about 399 million mobile phones next year. Nokia's handset sales are expected to shrink by 5 percent year-over-year as it transitions to the Windows Phone platform for its smartphone devices. ###

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From: waitwatchwander12/29/2011 11:15:40 PM
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Nokia's diagnostics app secretly contains CDMA, AT&T LTE test screens

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From: Eric L1/4/2012 7:07:59 AM
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The Nokia Ace (Eloko) Lumia 900 Flagship with LTE Rumor ...

... may just pan, but I haven't seen notice of FCC certification although the device is supposedly not due till late March. We'll likely find out more next week. CES 2012 takes place in Las Vegas January 10 to January 13. Nokia is set to hold a Windows Phone-related event on Jan. 9 as part of the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show and the event is rumored to feature the unveiling of the Ace.




>> More Nokia Lumia 900 "Ace" Details Revealed

Evan Blass
PocketNow
3-Jan-12

pocketnow.com 

We've gotten some more information on the upcoming Nokia Ace for AT&T -- whose codename for the device is Eloko -- including confirmation that it is indeed the Lumia 900 which will be sold globally as Nokia's flagship Windows Phone. Although we thought that there was a chance Ace would ship with the Tango build of WP7, it's now been made clear that Mango will be the flavor of choice at launch. The main specs here should sound quite familiar to Microsoft observers: ~4.3-inch WVGA display, 512MB of RAM, eight-megapixel camera, and a capacious 1830mAh battery.

Although it will almost certainly be sold carrier locked, Ace -- like most modern Nokia handsets -- will contain the 1700MHz band necessary for T-Mobile 3G, so we imagine that a workaround to unlock that functionality will arrive with the quickness. At 160 grams, Ace weighs 18 more grams than the Lumia 800, likely due to the combination of a bigger screen and LTE radio. Based on the phone's reported dimensions, we were able to mockup a comparison shot with the Lumia 800 using those leaked 900 images from last week. Although it's not apparent from the picture, both handsets have nearly an identical thickness of about 12 millimeters.

We're expecting to fill in the final details in a few short days at CES, where Nokia has also been rumored to introduce another mid-range Windows Phone, the Lumia 719.

Update: BGR [see below] had this one scooped so long ago that we actually forgot about it. Key spec addition: 1.4GHz Qualcomm CPU. And naturally, the screen uses Nokia's ClearBlack technology.###

>> Nokia’s New Flagship Windows Phone will hit U.S. in Early 2012

Jonathan S. Geller
Boy Genius Report (BGR)
November 29th, 2011

bgr.com 

We just got the lowdown on one of Nokia’s upcoming flagship devices currently set to launch in early 2012 in the United States. According to our source, the new Nokia smartphone will be the Lumia 900, a Windows Phone with the same basic identity as the Lumia 800 but with a bigger display and other enhancements. The handset will reportedly feature a 1.4GHz processor, a 4.3-inch ClearBlack AMOLED display and an 8-megapixel camera, and it will ship with Windows Phone “Tango.” We have also been told by a trusted source that Nokia is prepping a huge marketing blitz in the U.S. for January and February, which leads us to believe that we can expect the Finnish vendor’s new flagship Windows Phone to launch some time after CES in January. ###

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From: Eric L1/4/2012 7:18:25 AM
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Nokia's Mary McDowell ...

>> There’s Something about Mary ...

Nokia's head of Mobile Phones, Mary McDowell, talks to Karen Bartlett about mobiles, murder mysteries and whether the company is ready for its first woman CEO

Karen Bartlett
Nokia Conversations (London, United Kingdom)
January 3, 2012

conversations.nokia.com 

Mary McDowell has what might be quaintly called Midwestern values. That’s usually a mixture of what people like most about Americans, including friendliness, honesty, hard work – and not getting too big for your britches.

As Nokia’s Executive Vice President in charge of Mobile Phones she’s been responsible for transforming a core division of the company into a remarkable success story, and leading her team through some tough discussions and decisions:

“One of the tests of a leader is whether you can give enough space to give smart people to be creative and to drive things – and not have it be all about yourself.

I like to have diverse teams with different mindsets, and I like to have robust and challenging conversations because that’s how you get to the heart of issues.”

“I like it where good takes on evil, and good wins. Its just very satisfying.”

But that doesn’t stop her joining in, grabbing the karaoke mic and breaking in to her other favourite past-time, which is singing: “Basically, I torture my staff at the Christmas party,” she says. She is an avid Glee fan, dreams of having enough spare time to sing alto in a choir, and loves reading murder mysteries “at least a couple a week.”

Hobbies aside, McDowell grew up in Chicago with an engineer father and a science teacher mother, and naturally gravitated towards a career in technology.

“After I graduated, I started working for Compaq computers with every intention of quitting after two years and going to law school. When I joined it was a company of 2,500 and growing really fast. There was lots and lots going on, and I got so hooked into the opportunities I decided technology was where I needed to stay.”

Giving the commencement address at her alma mater, the University of Illinois College of Engineering, in May 2010 she told the students:

“I thought the only reason people didn’t major in engineering is because they didn’t have high enough scores to get accepted.”

Since that point, she has mellowed slightly: “I’ve since learned that there are other smart people who just didn’t have the good sense to major in engineering.”

But, her fundamental point remains:

“I still think people like you who understand how things work have an advantage.”

Now McDowell is one of only a handful of top women in the industry – but you won’t find her showing off in a red pantsuit, or delivering a televised homily on female emancipation. She’s open and friendly, but self-deprecating about her accomplishments. She doesn’t seem to particularly enjoy being the center of attention – she’d rather talk about her role in the larger Nokia team. Most importantly, she wants to fix things. She likes to get the job done.

“I’m pretty analytical. So I do break things down to ask – how do we solve a problem?”

McDowell began her career as a systems engineer, and worked her way up through the ranks at HP-Compaq, serving five of her 17 years at the company as senior vice president and general manager of the Industry Standard Server Group. She joined Nokia in 2004 as executive vice president and general manager of Enterprise Solutions, responsible for the development and marketing of Nokia’s business-oriented devices and services, and then led the Corporate Development unit, before assuming her current role as head of mobile phones.

Last year, while media attention focused on the launch of the new Nokia Lumia phones, McDowell was laying the groundwork for the expansion of Nokia’s next billion strategy.

A major part of McDowell’s strategy has been moving away from the idea that Series 40 devices were a “low-end business cash cow” towards smarter, aspirational, phones for everyone:

“We’ve planted the seeds for Series 40. These are not the dumb phones…they are as smart as possible. In reality, the distinction between a smart phone and a feature phone is fairly technical, and when a consumer thinks about a smart phone they think about accessing the internet, downloading apps, a nice display… and these are all things we can, and do, deliver with Series 40,” says McDowell.

If Nokia was somewhat slow to appreciate the demands for Dual SIM, McDowell rectified this – and boosted market share – by introducing a wide range of Dual SIM phones with added features like Easy Swap that means people can swap SIM cards without turning off their handset.

Understanding the importance of Dual SIM came about, partly, by going out into the field and listening to consumers. She understands that, “it’s all very well making decisions in headquarters, but when you’re really talking with someone it sticks with you.”

Last year, McDowell visited all five continents and took all her managers to India. In the first three months of 2012 she is due to visit China, Russia and Vietnam. These trips, and in-depth research, have had a profound impact on Nokia’s mobile phone unit:

“Look at the Asha 200, McDowell says. “Those came about because we spent time in Jakarta – and they were telling us ‘This region is mad for qwerty – everyone texts and IMs’. So they said, ‘What can you do that makes something colourful and compelling that responds to this need?’ These phones were really designed with those guys in mind….”

Research in India led to the development of loud speakers for better music performance, while meeting a beautician in Nairobi confirmed McDowell’s belief in in the importance of social networking and internet access for everyone:

“She told me she had 1,000 friends on Facebook. I thought, oh ok – I only have about 200. But it’s such an important part of how they live their lives, it’s how they connect – they have no access to computers, phones are their life line.”

Providing those services in an affordable and accessible way for people in growing markets is a key part of what makes Nokia different, and gives added value beyond the phones themselves:

“We’re ramping up the Nokia Browser, which provides great data compression. We’re hoping to do even more with that capability because the cost saving and access it can bring to consumers is huge.”

Nokia Browser compresses and downloads information from the internet by up to 90%, making it a highly cost-effective option for people in developing markets.

“We’re also ramping up Life Tools, and what started as focused on rural markets is now going to be focused on urban markets as well.”

Nokia Browser, Life Tools and Maps for Series 40 have become hugely popular, with Nokia Browser becoming the fastest growing Nokia service ever and Series 40 products accounting for a third of downloads from the Nokia Store (up from 13% in January 2011)

“One of the things were looking at is how do we embed ourselves more with partners, how do we support local internet services – and is there more we could do to tap into local tastes and preferences. We’ve been doing a lot of work to make applications supported better on Series 40.”

You’ll be able to get Facebook and other global services, she says, but in addition, “There are things that are peculiar to local markets, and were looking at how that to give that to people.”

As a member of the Nokia Board since 2004, McDowell is passionate about this emphasis on product.

“It’s been quite a journey,” she admits, “but I think it’s been very healthy in terms of distilling things down to the business essence. Nokia got so consumed with process and detail that we lost sight of products, and the process became the product and so if you ticked all the boxes that was a job well done, even if it wasn’t that great.

“Now what matters is what we create, and I think that’s really the right focus.”

Under Stephen Elop’s leadership, she is now surrounded by a more diverse team in terms of gender, nationalities, and thinking. Although good leadership should be “gender independent,” she adds that it is nice to have more women on the Nokia Leadership Team “even if it does mean we have to queue for the ladies’ bathroom.”

Would Nokia be ready for a woman CEO in a future stage of its journey? “Potentially, yes.”

Although she could talk all day about products and services, McDowell is perhaps most revealing when she returns to her one of her hobbies, reading murder mysteries. So far she has shunned the trend for dour Scandinavian detectives, or American PIs, in favour of good-old British killings written by authors like PD James or Elizabeth George.

“I like it where good takes on evil, and good wins,” McDowell says, “It’s just very satisfying.”

The main thrust of her commencement address to students at the University of Illinois was that, as engineers, they had the ability to solve some of the world’s most pressing problems – and simply ‘doing no evil’ was not enough.

“That’s really about sins of omission, and the opportunity to proactively do good. That’s what intrigues me about the business I’m currently running at Nokia,” McDowell says.

“It is a very good business, you can see it in the financial results. We’ve been a very good contributor to Nokia this year. At the same time we are having an impact on people’s lives. We’re the business people come to when people want to hear about healthcare for pregnant moms, or making sure the farmer doesn’t get ripped off when he goes to market.”

At an even more fundamental level, it’s about giving people access to what they want, and need, to live their lives: “How does a taxi driver earn a livelihood? He uses a mobile phone, it’s as basic as that.” ###

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From: Eric L1/10/2012 9:13:58 AM
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Beachhead Las Vegas: CES 2012 ....

Nokia Deals Its 'Ace:' The New Lumia 900 WinPhone Flagship for the US

'Operation Rolling Thunder' hits the Las Vegas beach ...

>> Nokia and AT&T introduce the new Nokia Lumia 900 on AT&T's 4G LTE network

First Nokia smartphone designed specifically for the US features LTE, large display and exclusive applications

Nokia Press Release
Las Vegas, US (CES)
January 09, 2012

press.nokia.com 

Today at the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Nokia and AT&T announced the Nokia Lumia 900, the first of Nokia's Windows® Phone-based range to feature high-speed LTE¹ connectivity. With Nokia's largest display, the Nokia Lumia 900 delivers a rich content experience from a phone that still fits easily in your hand.

¹ Limited 4G LTE availability in select markets. 4G speeds delivered by LTE or HSPA+ with enhanced backhaul, where available. Deployment ongoing. Compatible data plan required. LTE is a trademark of ETSI. Learn more at att.com 

Coming exclusively to AT&T in the coming months in cyan and matte black, the Nokia Lumia 900 has a 4.3-inch AMOLED ClearBlack Display for rich, bright images both indoors and out, faster connection speeds based on cutting-edge 4G LTE technology, and a long-lasting 1830 mAH battery for enjoying content all day.

The primary camera includes Nokia's exclusive Carl Zeiss optics, with large aperture (F2.2) and wide angle focal length (28mm) for high-quality, uncropped images even in low-light conditions. In addition, the Nokia Lumia 900 includes a front-facing camera boasting a large aperture and a wide angle lens that ensures sharp, bright images for high-quality video calling, right out of the box

Nokia's third Lumia smartphone, the Nokia Lumia 900 builds on Lumia's head-turning design on the outside and a rich social and Internet experience on the inside. People Hub is the quickest way to connect with friends with Live Tiles for real-time updates and a fast Web browsing experience with Internet Explorer Mobile..

"The introduction of the Nokia Lumia 900 with AT&T is another significant milestone in the ongoing rollout of Nokia's global smartphone strategy," said Chris Weber, president of Nokia Americas. "The Nokia Lumia 900 is designed specifically with the US in mind and the announcement of this collaboration with AT&T, in addition to other recent announcements, signifies a new dawn for Nokia in the US."

The Nokia Lumia 900 benefits from a range of leading content experiences:

• The AT&T U-verse Mobile² app lets U-verse TV subscribers browse the U-verse TV program guide, schedule and manage their DVR recordings, and watch hit TV shows while on the go. The U-verse Mobile library includes more than 100 TV series and more than 700 TV shows from a variety of genres.

² U-Verse Mobile: Access to select content requires qualifying U-verse TV plan or monthly subscription fee, and WiFi connection and/or cellular data connection. Available content may vary by device and/or U-verse TV subscription and is subject to change. Data charges may apply.

• Nokia Drive, available to download from Windows Phone Marketplace, provides free voice-guided, rn-by-turn navigation with a dedicated in-car user interface that turns the Nokia Lumia 900 into a GPS navigation device.

• The exclusive ESPN sports hub is pre-loaded on Nokia Lumia smartphones, and provides a one-stop sports application for news, videos and scores.

• The CNN App for Windows Phones provides the latest news and video from CNN's reporting around the globe and direct access to iReport, CNN's participatory news community. Launching globally for free in the next month, the CNN App will be exclusive to Nokia users for 90 days.

• The Univision App will be exclusive to Nokia Lumia users in the U.S. and Puerto Rico for 18 months, delivering unique and exclusive Spanish-language content experiences, including Univision entertainment, sports and soccer coverage, plus news, cooking and local content for different U.S. markets - all in one App.

• A partnership with EA to bring over 20 of the world's most popular games to the Windows Phone marketplace, coming first to Nokia Lumia devices.

"Nokia and AT&T worked hand in hand to bring the Nokia Lumia 900 to market. Our powerful 4G network really amplifies the benefits of the Nokia Lumia 900. Sharing high quality images and videos with its integrated social networking functions is faster than ever; content from U-verse Mobile is more enjoyable on the crisp 4.3-inch screen, and with its huge battery people can do more without worrying about recharging," said Jeff Bradley, senior vice president of devices for AT&T. "Together, we are working to supercharge the ecosystem around the Nokia Lumia 900 and the Windows Phone platform."

Read more about the Nokia Lumia 900 on Nokia Conversations:

conversations.nokia.com 

About Nokia: Nokia is a global leader in mobile communications whose products have become an integral part of the lives of people around the world. Every day, more than 1.3 billion people use their Nokia to capture and share experiences, access information, find their way or simply to speak to one another. Nokia's technological and design innovations have made its brand one of the most recognized in the world. For more information, visit

nokia.com 

About AT&T: AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) is a premier communications holding company and one of the most honored companies in the world. Its subsidiaries and affiliates - AT&T operating companies - are the providers of AT&T services in the United States and around the world. With a powerful array of network resources that includes the nation's fastest mobile broadband network, AT&T is a leading provider of wireless, Wi-Fi, high speed Internet, voice and cloud-based services. A leader in mobile broadband and emerging 4G capabilities, AT&T also offers the best wireless coverage worldwide of any U.S. carrier, offering the most wireless phones that work in the most countries. It also offers advanced TV services under the AT&T U-verse® and AT&T ¦DIRECTV brands. The company's suite of IP-based business communications services is one of the most advanced in the world. In domestic markets, AT&T Advertising Solutions and AT&T Interactive are known for their leadership in local search and advertising.

Additional information about AT&T Inc. and the products and services provided by AT&T subsidiaries and affiliates is available at att.com  This AT&T news release and other announcements are available at att.com  and as part of an RSS feed at att.com  ###

>> First LTE Windows Phones in U.S. Coming Exclusively to AT&T Customers

New 4G LTE Windows Phones from HTC and Nokia Planned to Arrive 1H 2012. AT&T Goal is to Deliver Customers the Industry's Best Mobile Broadband Experience With Leading 4G LTE Device Portfolio, Along with Best-in-Class Apps and Network

AT&T Press Release
Dallas, Texas
January 09, 2012

tinyurl.com 

Key Facts

• Ralph de la Vega, president and chief executive officer, AT&T Mobility and Consumer Markets, and Steve Ballmer, chief executive officer, Microsoft, jointly announced from the stage of the annual AT&T Developer Summit -- a day before the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas -- that the first 4G LTE Windows Phones will be available exclusively from AT&T¹

¹ AT&T products and services are provided or offered by subsidiaries and affiliates of AT&T Inc. under the AT&T brand and not by AT&T Inc.

• De la Vega and Ballmer were joined by Peter Chou, chief executive officer, HTC, to introduce the HTC TITAN™ II and showcased the smartphone’s 4.7-inch display and industry-leading 16-megapixel camera, among other features.

• Stephen Elop, chief executive officer, Nokia, also took the stage to announce that AT&T would be the exclusive carrier for Nokia’s first ever 4G LTE Windows Phone in the U.S. De la Vega will join Elop at a Nokia press conference at 3:00 p.m. (PST) later today where more details will be shared.

• The AT&T Developer Summit is a two-day event for software developers to participate in a Hackathon, hear the latest news on AT&T 4G devices and network and get technical news and marketing insights from industry experts. Over 2,000 developers are attending. AT&T remains focused on opening up its network to developers and creating opportunities for collaboration. The two-day AT&T Developer Summit underscores this commitment.

• At the Developer Summit, AT&T also provided an update on its 4G LTE network build and outlined the benefits of its blended network technologies approach, which offers customers with compatible devices consistently fast 4G speeds in and out of 4G LTE areas.

All news releases and related multimedia content are available in the AT&T online newsroom: att.com/aboutus. Customers can learn more about the devices previewed today at:

att.com 

Windows Phone Leadership

AT&T is the leader in Windows Phones -- outselling all other carriers and planning to offer the first portfolio of 4G LTE-capable Windows Phones. AT&T will exclusively offer the first two 4G LTE-capable Windows Phones in the U.S. The HTC TITAN II, and a new Windows Phone from Nokia will run Windows Phone 7.5 and take Windows Phone users to a new level of mobile broadband with 4G LTE speeds backed by AT&T’s nationwide 4G-capable, HSPA+ network.

HTC TITAN™ II

The HTC TITAN™ II, the latest Windows Phone from HTC, runs on AT&T’s 4G LTE network and is powered by a 1.5 GHz Snapdragon S2 processor by Qualcomm. TITAN II features AT&T’s largest-ever 16-megapixel camera with a dedicated image processor and a back-illuminated sensor for low light. The device’s 4.7-inch screen, boasting the largest display among Windows Phones globally, is perfect for watching movies, playing games, emailing or surfing the web.

Exclusive to AT&T, the HTC TITAN™ II will be available in the coming months at AT&T company-owned stores and online.

Nokia Windows Phone

AT&T will be the exclusive carrier of Nokia’s first ever 4G LTE Windows Phone. More details will be shared during Nokia’s press conference in Las Vegas at 3 p.m. PST..

Quote

“We’re thrilled to extend our Windows Phone leadership by being the first carrier to bring 4G LTE Windows Phones to our customers,” said Ralph de la Vega, president and CEO, AT&T Mobility and Consumer Markets. “Offering a best-in-class 4G smartphone portfolio, coupled with a fast, high-performing 4G LTE network and innovative, next-generation applications, is how we give our customers the best mobile broadband experience in the industry.”

“Windows Phone takes a different approach by putting people first.” said Steve Ballmer, CEO, Microsoft. “We’re incredibly optimistic about the opportunity ahead and especially today’s announcement to launch the first LTE Windows Phones in the U.S. on AT&T’s network."

Limited 4G LTE availability in select markets. 4G speeds delivered by LTE, or HSPA+ with enhanced backhaul, where available. Deployment ongoing. Compatible device and data plan required. LTE is a trademark of ETSI. Learn more at att.com 

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