Let the 'great times' roll.
You have to give Nokia credit, it's been relentlessly plugging its Windows Phone-based Lumia line in recent months, demonstrating that the OS really is the sink or swim moment in a space controlled by Android and iOS.
It's secured a number of partnerships such as the AOL entertainment hub and says the great times will continue to roll for the entire Lumia line.
The Finns unveiled the WinPho 8-powered Lumia 920 and 820 last week, which both boast new features including wireless charging, but want to reassure existing Lumia users that the newly born siblings won't get special treatment.
Older models have already been given augmented reality and data tracking updates, while other forthcoming features will support ringtone creation, contact sharing, Bluetooth transfers, and new Start screen designs.
Nokia also teamed with Zynga recently to seal an exclusive deal that will bring Draw Something and Words With Friends to the Lumia, two months ahead of a launch for the entire WinPho platform.