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What: Shares of Nokia
So what: Along with software partner Microsoft
Now what: The event didn't pack any major surprises, for better or for worse, and investors clearly weren't impressed with the new smartphone. Considering that Apple is set to unveil the iPhone 5 next week, Nokia shareholders apparently aren't confident that the Lumia 920 will hold much of a flame next to it. Analysts are similarly disappointed, expecting some color on carrier launch partners. Nokia also didn't specify an exact time frame, adding more uncertainty to the mix.
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