Nokia hinting at yet another event, September 19, 2013? – Schedule a time for being awesome?

| June 24, 2013 | 35 Replies

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Nokia loves to tease, and Nokia fans love to speculate. It’s a perfect match.

On Nokia’s facebook page, they posted the image above last Thursday wondering what people might be doing this weekend. It said, schedule a time for being awesome. Some folks noticed that the calendar mentions being awesome as an event on the calendar for the 19th of September 2013, at 12:00pm.

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Could it be another Nokia Event? September is the usual time for Nokia World. Has that been resumed since postponing last year? Or is it availability of EOS? Or availability of a major update?

What could it be? Or merely nothing :)

The location noted here is Stockholm, but that’s current location not the location of the future ‘event’.

Source:  facebook


Thanks Anthony for the tip!

Category: Lumia, Nokia

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  1. GDR3, quad-core, 1080p ;)

  2. arts says:

    On sep 19 something mediocre© will happen.

    #calledit #youhearditherefirst #mediocre

  3. t t says:

    Sounds so Nokia. Next time is coming something awesome and amazing. Some day I want to see that next time.

  4. hengn says:

    The SHB is also a swedish hint, svenska handelsbanken; a swedish bank

  5. Ellen says:

    Perhaps we will see the Lumia 830 and 930 being announced on September 19th.

  6. adit38 says:

    i pretty sure some amazing nokia new inovation will reveal at 19th sept.

    but i dont think it will be eos (if eos only lumia version of 808, plus ois on top), eos still awesome device, but thats just nokia yesterday inovation.

  7. Cod3rror says:

    Hahah, Nokia and Microsoft, it’s always “next time” with them.

    Wait till WP7, wait till 7.5, wait till WP8, wait, wait, wait.

    Wait till Lumia 800, beta test is over, wait till 920, wait till 925, wait till EOS, wait, wait, wait.


    • Random Random says:

      Yes, it’s the same it was with Symbian, Maemo and MeeGo.

      Waiting for the next release.

      • v.s.i says:

        Except now it’s only waiting for the WP team to actually improve the OS. Nokia’s engineers have more than outdone their part of the deal.

        • Random Random says:

          Possibly, but it’s still faster compared to the speed of OS develompment Nokia had.

          • v.s.i says:

            Indeed, but many basic features are still missing. Nokia and its customers should expect more. However, the new Asha OS disproves you (granted that’s not for the high end, but it looks good).

            • Random Random says:

              Asha development was speeded up by Smarterphone.

              • v.s.i says:

                You just have to have the last word, don’t you? Unless you are an irritated woman in a quarrel I think defending your point by being sour and overreacting doesn’t cut it.

                Case in point: the UI was designed by Peter Skillman and has nothing to do with the former Smarterphone OS’s UI. Or is it easier to code an UI than some buttons and a slider for setting shortcuts?

  8. sinple says:

    chances of a thinner Eos? lol

  9. tim says:

    yeah the new asha 501 s40 looks awesome would they code it with qt merproject or something good than it would be an awesome system.

  10. stylinred says:

    From the picture I immediately thought about the Nokia Wellness Diary…must be the greens

    I wish they would make a wellness app again…look at Samsung it got praise for theirs and it was simply a copy of nokias

  11. Mendax says:

    As an aside, I managed to catch the Lumia 928 in person at a Microsoft Store in California, and I have to say, it’s quite mesmerizing. Nokia have done a great job of making all-screen phones with unique designs that are a breath of fresh air from the Galaxy and iPhone series.
    The screen on the 928 is especially catching, and I have to say, I’m starting to warm up to Windows Phone.

    With Microsoft’s help in updating the OS, it could be a real hit.

    Patiently awaiting GDR3 and EOS.

  12. frank says:

    The way the calendar entry is actually set up is, “being awesome” starting today 12pm UNTIL September 19th.

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