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    Something in a different thread arose my curiousity. If there was a to be a new Lumia flagship model in the near future, what do you think it will be called? My vote is Nokia Lumia 940. What would be your guess?
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    Why should we care?
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    Nokia Lumia 9001! IT'S OVER 9000!!!!!!!!!
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    I sound like a rebel gear, but I think they should start using letters or really aggressive words

    L9XX High End = Lumia Z
    L8XX Mid End = Lumia Y
    L7XX Low End = Lumia X

    Then use a letter for carrier maybe if on all carriers so ZT would be nice T-Mobile, ZV would be Verizon ZS we know we'll never see (sprint) and maybe just the Lumia Zee would be AT&T. Just as confusing but were already on Lumia 800, 810, 820, and 822??? Just gets more confusing, why'd they skip Lumia 910?????? Makes no sense to me.
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    Right now, i really don't care. I'm enjoying my 920
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    Nokia Lumia 3310 :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahiti Bob View Post
    Why should we care?
    Don't care? don't post! Very simple concept
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flagz View Post
    I sound like a rebel gear, but I think they should start using letters or really aggressive words

    L9XX High End = Lumia Z
    L8XX Mid End = Lumia Y
    L7XX Low End = Lumia X

    Then use a letter for carrier maybe if on all carriers so ZT would be nice T-Mobile, ZV would be Verizon ZS we know we'll never see (sprint) and maybe just the Lumia Zee would be AT&T.
    I like the idea of adding the carriers letters next to the model they carry...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flagz View Post
    I sound like a rebel gear, but I think they should start using letters or really aggressive words

    L9XX High End = Lumia Z
    L8XX Mid End = Lumia Y
    L7XX Low End = Lumia X

    Then use a letter for carrier maybe if on all carriers so ZT would be nice T-Mobile, ZV would be Verizon ZS we know we'll never see (sprint) and maybe just the Lumia Zee would be AT&T. Just as confusing but were already on Lumia 800, 810, 820, and 822??? Just gets more confusing, why'd they skip Lumia 910?????? Makes no sense to me.
    What should they do if there was 2 carriers with T, V or S? :p
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex Rodriguez View Post
    Right now, i really don't care. I'm enjoying my 920
    Exactly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flagz View Post
    Just gets more confusing, why'd they skip Lumia 910?????? Makes no sense to me.
    The Lumia models ending in 10 have been T-MO and now Verizon has a model ending in 22. The ones ending in 00 or 20 so far have been the international versions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZiiimZooon View Post
    What should they do if there was 2 carriers with T, V or S? :p
    Well they can Explode.
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    Nokia LumiAtiv 8.5X
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    Should be :

    Lumia 920 OHBS ...

    Stands for : Lumia 920 Owners Have Been Screwed
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    Quote Originally Posted by dogfish54 View Post
    The Lumia models ending in 10 have been T-MO and now Verizon has a model ending in 22. The ones ending in 00 or 20 so far have been the international versions.
    Interesting observation...let's see if it stays that way.
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    Lumia 1000... or X00 (10 0 0)

    Sent from my RaZr on MIUI.
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    Lumia XXX
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    Quote Originally Posted by dabdoub81 View Post
    Should be :

    Lumia 920 OHBS ...

    Stands for : Lumia 920 Owners Have Been Screwed
    I was trying to work out (specifically) what you meant here. Where I landed was that 920 owners would be screwed by another flagship coming so quickly. I don't think there is a lot that Nokia have in their bag to throw at a new flagship right now. I still think we'll see a Verizon specific model for the USA, but that's likely to be it for some time I think. The real work is to market the 920, 820 and 620. Also to make sure Microsoft keeps delivering on Software and (for Nokia to) improve the Nokia apps.
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    I should be Lumia sin(ax)⋅sin(bx)−k⋅cos(ax)cos(bx)=-1
    Solve for x and you will get a cool name.
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    I'd like to see a more enthusiast oriented series instead of a new Lumia. Something along the lines of the N series devices. They didn't worry as much about cost or thinness because they weren't aimed at consumers, they were enthusiast and professional devices. A Windows Phone version of the 808 Pureview would fit well in this new line since they wouldn't need to worry so much about mass market appeal like they did in the 920. Personally, I'd like to see something with the 808's sensor branded as a Pureview 930 or Pureview 1000. That would show that it is about photos first compared to the Lumia 920 where Pureview is a feature, not central focus. Think the difference between a hybrid (920) and electric car (808). In the hybrid, the batteries are a feature that enhances the experience of the car, in an electric car, the batteries are the central focus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dogfish54 View Post
    I was trying to work out (specifically) what you meant here. Where I landed was that 920 owners would be screwed by another flagship coming so quickly. I don't think there is a lot that Nokia have in their bag to throw at a new flagship right now. I still think we'll see a Verizon specific model for the USA, but that's likely to be it for some time I think. The real work is to market the 920, 820 and 620. Also to make sure Microsoft keeps delivering on Software and (for Nokia to) improve the Nokia apps.
    I understand what you're saying here, but how long can Nokia wait before the 920 is deemed "outdated"? We all see the rate at which technology in smartphones are being pushed out these days. Each new flagship from the other manufacturers gets released with at least a few new features
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    "The New Nokia Lumia"
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    Nokia Lumia 1020 - CSI PDQ XYZ STD edition.
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    The innovation iPhone over killer :D
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    Lol @ a cellphone being aimed at "enthusiasts", do you think Nokia doesn't like money?
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