Nokia Broadens Apology Over Claims at Phone Launch

Nokia on Saturday expanded its apology for misleading marketing materials used in the launch of a new line of phones.

The company earlier this week admitted to not having used the “PureView” camera on Nokia’s forthcoming Lumia 920 hand-held device to shoot a portion of a video that initially was represented as being captured by technology on that phone. On Saturday, the company said additional pieces of the promotional material, such as still photography, were also a simulation.

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