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  • silverhairedmarketpro silverhairedmarketpro Feb 6, 2013 11:42 PM Flag

    Low-end “Nokia Flame” 4G device listed in leaked T-Mobile’s April roadmap....I Report...You Decide...

    Low-end “Nokia Flame” 4G device listed in leaked T-Mobile’s April roadmap.

    Chris Weber, Nokia’s executive vice president of sales and marketing had confirmed in an interview that all three USA carriers AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile will get High-end, Mid-Range and Low-end devices in 2013. Now, a leaked T-Mobile roadmap shows low-end earlier rumored “Nokia Flame” device to be launched on 24th April. Great thing is that this device is listed as 4G device. So, seems by June, T-Mobile will carry two Lumia 4G devices as 4G variant of Lumia 810 is expected in June thanks to the FCC listing.

    But, now question arises where is the high-end Lumia and when ? We don’t have an answer yet, but rest assured we will keep a close eye and keep you updated !!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • With Verizon they Would Gladly Pick up a contract That says on the Front "Mattel It;s Swell" as that would be a Huge Upgrade on the Majority of their Smart phones compared to the only Nokia they carry know which is the 822. Hey when I saw the resolution of the screen, and the Windows 8 Display, it has to be very Embarrasing to the Competetion!! Don;t Get me wrong Please, but tech advances "have Always made the older products look very Worthless"!! Good example is what Apple did to the competetion in the past. Only stating facts, But I will admit, people usually tell me "hey Jaysea, why don;t you really tell us how You feel?? That's basically what the Verizon Sales Team Experienced tuesday when they refused to give me proper service. Oh well.

 
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