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Nokia CES 2012 press conference liveblog

Nokia CES 2012 press conference liveblog
So, Stephen Elop, Noka's CEO, made an appearance during AT&T's Developers Summit, announcing that AT&T will be carrying Nokia's first LTE Windows Phone devices. However, he didn't utter a word regarding the actual handsets that users will be able to enjoy.

We guess that it'll be at Nokia's own press conference here in Vegas when the company will announce its new phones. What do you say - will it the a Lumia 800 with LTE radio or a brand new Lumia 900? We sure hope it's the latter.

Don't miss our liveblog - the event is going to start at 3PM Pacific, 5PM Central, and 6PM Eastern time! If you want, you can also follow it through our special Twitter channel: @PhoneArenaLive.

17:42And we are done people. This is John V signing off. Thanks for checking out the live blog
17:40The 1830 mah battery should prove to be good....especially with LTE connectivity.
17:37Nokia will leverage location based services to its what we are seeing with Nokia Drive.
17:33No word about storage capacity with the phone.
17:32Abroad, still no confirmation about a release overseas in Europe or Asia.
17:31No announcement about its release or pricing, but coming soon. Though, Elop hints to be aggressive with its pricing.
17:30So it doesn't seem we'll be seeing anything else from Nokia's camp. Nevertheless, it should be a great addition.
17:28No word about Nokia devices with other carriers. They're here to talk about AT&
17:27Q & A time!
17:27They're happy to be back in the US market.
17:27Elop takes the stage foe himself again. Expanding upon the Lumia.
17:26Photo session opp for all three
17:26Nokia Lumia 900 will be available in the coming months
17:25All three
17:25All threw CEOs are on stage. Lots of claps.
17:24Now Ralph ed la Vega is on stage
17:24He seems very happy that their partnership with AT&T is going well.....and Nokia too.
17:23Ballmer whips his phone out and just praises its beauty
17:22Ballmer is really making some highlight of Windows Phone.
17:20Now Steve Baller is on stage!
17:20Talking about more of its partners, like ESPN, EA, Sesame Street, ACC, and Michelin
17:19Elop is back on stage
17:18Last one, they're showing the richness and depth of the CNN app.
17:17Now the ESPN app for Windows is being shown off.
17:17And of course, there's Nokia Drive...again, more of the same.
17:16Now onto Windows Phone...Like the groups feature that we've seen already.
17:15Front camera has an F2.2 lens too.
17:15Also, it has a 28mm focal length....too capture wide angle shots better
17:13Carl Zeiss optics, F2.2 lens
17:13It literally looks like the Lumia 900....very iconic.
17:124.3" Clear black AMOLED display
17:11The phone will be available in cyan and black. 1.4Ghz processor too
17:11Kevin shields from Nokia is now on stage to do demos.
17:10Carl Zeiss lens on its camera
17:094.3" display with 1830 mah battery
17:09There she is people. LET enabled of course
17:05Giving some praise to its Lumia devices
17:04Now it's "a war of ecosystems"
17:04Nokia says that people are responding well to its portfolio.
17:03So far elop is just going over some of the devices That Nokia released.
17:02Steven elop is on stage. Ronund of applause.
17:02And we are starting!!
16:57We are excited to hear what Nokia is going to announce. All eyes point to an LTE Nokia Lumia 900
16:56Announcement just came on saying that the event will be starting momentarily.
16:53Lots of colors in play from what we can see in our seat.
16:52Hey friends. John V here live at Nokia's event giving you the latest news about Nokia's press event. Should be something good. Packed house!

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