News tagged: Nokia
An entry-level Android smartphone from Nokia has appeared on GFXBench. The phone, which appears to be the "Nokia Heart," could be announced during Mobile World Congress next month. It's clear the phone will be pretty inexpensive based on its low specs.
Nokia 6 had a great start in China, where it went on its first flash sale and got sold in seconds. HMD Global plans to announce more Android-powered smartphones at Mobile World Congress 2017 in late February, but there was no confirmation which devices will be unveiled.
In its comeback year, Nokia doesn't want to release just new smartphones, but some other products as well. The company is allegedly working on a large tablet that will compete with Samsung's Galaxy View and Panasonic's Toughpad, and judging by its specs, it could be a really
Nokia's first smartphone has went on sale today and as expected, the smartphone was sold out in seconds. The first flash sale in China was very successful and although we're not sure how many units were available, every single Nokia 6 handset was sold.
According to Russian publication Worket, the Nokia P1, a phone that leaked last summer, is the company's upcoming flagship smartphone and not the rumoured Nokia 8. The phone is based on the Sharp Aquos Xx3, but with a much better hardware under the hood, along with some other
Nokia 6 is expected to go on sale in two days, on January 19, and HMD Global is accepting registrations for the phone. According to latest figures, over 1 million people in China registered to purchase the phone. If you are one of those, make sure to be quick once the phone
Nokia's "next exciting chapter" in the world of mobile devices will be unveiled at MWC 2017 next month. A launch event has been scheduled for February 26 in Barcelona, Spain, according to Nokia's owner HMD. Nokia recently introduced its Nokia 6 handset for the Chinese market.
Nokia 6 is expected to go on sale in China every moment now, and according to first information, over 250,000 people have registered for January 19 flash sale. HMD Global will launch various new phones in 2017, among which is the flagship Nokia 8 that was caught in action at CES
Day before the Mobile World Congress 2017 officially starts, Nokia plans to announce their new smartphone. In a video highlighting the Nokia 6, the company has mentioned that "more announcements" will follow on February 26. It is believed that the phone in question is a flagship
Nokia returned to smartphone market thanks to HMD Global, which launched Nokia 6 last week in China. The phone is priced at $249 and is available only in China at the moment, but new information suggests that the company plans to launch it around the globe.
As Nokia made an official comeback to the smartphone market with Android-based Nokia 6 smartphone, late last night we learned that the Finnish company is also working on a new virtual assistant. The company has filed for a trademark in the EU for the name "Viki."
After years of waiting, Nokia is now officially back in the smartphone business. The HMD Global, a Finnish company that has the exclusive licensing rights to use the Nokia brand on mobile smartphones, has unveiled a new Android handset called Nokia 6.
Nokia E1 passed 3C certification last week and according to new information, it is ready to launch at Mobile World Congress 2017, which will take place in Barcelona, between February 27 and March 2. Alongside E1, HMD Global plans to unveil Nokia D1 handset, and by the end of the
HMD Global is preparing its first Nokia smartphone in 2017. A few days ago, there were some rumours that the company will release four new Android smartphones in the first quarter of the year and thanks to the photo revealed during a recent presentation in Malaysia, we know the
Intel is purchasing a 15% stake in Here, a mapping company formerly owned by Nokia. The cost of its investment hasn't been revealed, though Intel confirmed the companies will work together on mapping technologies for autonomous vehicles. Here is owned by German auto makers.
With CES 2017 just around the corner, the Finnish company HMD Global confirmed that it won't make any official announcement there, but it is making its comeback a month later, in February, at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2017 with a bunch of new smartphones.
Nokia is finally making its comeback next year and so far we have heard about two upcoming smartphones - the D1C and E1. Both smartphones have now surfaced in live images, but we are also hearing now that the HMD Global plans to launch up to five new Nokia-branded smartphones in
Personally, I can't wait to see what Nokia has for us in 2017. The company was once the biggest name on the market, but they failed to adjust to market changes and had to leave it for a few years. Thanks to HMD Global, they are coming back and reportedly they have a lot more to
Three days ago, Nokia sued Apple saying the iPhone maker infringed several mobile patents. Due to the lawsuit, Apple has decided to pull all Withings-branded accessories, a company owned by Nokia following a spring 2016 purchase, from its online store and presumably from all of
Apple is facing copyright infringement lawsuits from Nokia in the US and Germany as a result of a licensing dispute. Apple has filed its own antitrust lawsuit against multiple patent assertion companies that are allegedly trying to collect excessive fees for Nokia's patents.