Nokia says it's "invading" CES 2014 - but not exactly with new Lumias


While Nokia has nothing new to announce at CES 2014, the company did arrive in Vegas for the trade fair. In a post made at its official Conversations blog, Nokia stated that Lumia was “invading” CES this week. However, we can't help but feel that invade is too big of a word for what Nokia is actually doing at the show - it’s simply presenting already announced Windows Phone 8 handsets, including the 6-inch Lumia 1520 and the camera champion Lumia 1020. We're not sure how many CES attendees will notice Nokia's presence with all the new devices announced until now, including Samsung tablets, Asus tablets and handsets, Sony Xperia smartphones, wearables, TVs, and so on.

Still, Nokia says that its visitors will have the chance to win “some fun prizes”, although it’s not clear how that’s going to happen. Also promised were “appearances from Nokia execs, including a special guest from the PureView engineering team.” So, in the end, if you’re interested in Windows Phone or Nokia, a visit to the company’s CES 2014 stand will probably not disappoint you.

CES 2014 aside, Nokia is supposed to announce at least two new Lumia smartphones in the near future: the Lumia 929 (a Verizon exclusive) and the Lumia 630 / 635 (the 630 model possibly being be the world’s first dual SIM Windows Phone handset). We'll certainly let you know when these will finally become official.

source: Nokia Conversations

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