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Nokia CEO Stephen Elop is pinning Nokia's recovery on Windows Phone, starting with the high-end Lumia 800 going on sale in November in Europe.
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Nokia CEO Stephen Elop shows the three colors of the new Lumia 800 phone.
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Nokia CEO Stephen Elop shows off his company's new Windows Phone products at Nokia World in London.
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Nokia CEO Stephen Elop shows off the new flagship Lumia 800 Windows Phone model.
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Nokia's new ad campaign is themed "Amazing Everyday." The company will spend lavishly to try to build its brand and to establish Windows Phone as a strong alternative to Android and iOS.
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Nokia may not be dominant any longer, but it still makes 365 million phones a year.
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Steve Overman, Nokia vice president of marketing creation, talked about Nokia's new "Everything Everywhere" marketing campaign.
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Blanca Juti, VP mobile phones marketing for Nokia, unveiled the company's new Asha line of lower-end phones chiefly for emerging markets.
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Blanca Juti, VP mobile phones marketing for Nokia, announced a deal to bring the Angry Birds game to Nokia's low-end S40 family of phones.
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Blanca Juti, VP mobile phones marketing for Nokia, debuted the Asha 201 with a smaller screen and full keyboard.
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Nokia CEO Stephen Elop speaking at Nokia World in London.
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Kevin Shields, SVP of program and product management for Nokia smart devices, holds a Lumia 800 in his right hand and a Lumia 710 in his left.
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The Lumia 800 will cost 420 euros before taxes--about $585--when the Windows Phone device goes on sale in November in several European countries. The Lumia 710 will cost 270 euros--about $376.
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CEO Stephen Elop is banking on Windows Phone for Nokia's recovery, but he's also touting low-end phones for "the next billion" new customers.
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Hundreds of bloggers and journalists descended upon Nokia World.
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Nokia CEO Stephen Elop stands dwarfed by a mammoth Lumia 800.
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