Nokia is set to reveal several new handsets as it marks its return to the smartphone market following its short-lived dalliance with Microsoft. The Nokia P1 could be the company’s most powerful device to be launched. The newest and most eye-catching Nokia Android-powered handsets are just weeks away from being launched at Mobile World Congress later this month. Read More
HMD Global, the Finnish company that was founded to create phones under the Nokia brand name revealed the Nokia 6 (first ever android based Nokia phone) this weekend and the same is supposed to arrive in the market by February 26, 2017. The phone will currently be available for purchase in China only. It is assumed to arrive in other parts of the world in the coming months. More announcements are to be expected on February 26, a date that lines up perfectly with the start of the Mobile World Congress show in Barcelona, as the company is also planning to unveil around seven additional smartphones under the Nokia-branding at the world’s largest mobile show.
Nokia’s classic hardware design is recreated by HMD Global and is paired well with Android. We’ll have to wait until the next month so as to see what the launch has in store for us. Read More
Smartphone owners are curious and excited to see what Nokia Android phones 2017 has in-store for them. After many years of being dominated by Samsung and Apple, Nokia plans on going head to head with big tech brands with its new range of Nokia Android Phones in 2017.
Nokia’s re-entry to smartphone segment was confirmed with HMD Global licensing the Nokia brand for mobile devices. The Finnish company also confirmed that the first Nokia-branded Android smartphone will make its way in the first half of 2017.
Finally, the most awaited Android phone since 2013 may be here. Yes, we are talking about the Nokia Android phone rumored to be called The Nokia A1. Back in 2013, when the Finnish giant sold its mobile business to Microsoft, rumors regarding a new Android phone from Nokia have been floating since. Nokia’s deal with Microsoft included a non-compete agreement which didn’t allow Nokia to introduce new smartphone. However, in 2016, Nokia is free from that contract and is free to design, develop and sell new smartphones. Read More
Foxconn, the world’s largest manufacturer of electronic contracts which includes iPhone and Kindle, is planning to invest $2 billion in India. Within a few weeks of Lava, a fast growing domestic handset company, showing interest in acquiring Nokia’s Chennai factory Foxconn emerged as a potential buyer of the same plant. Read More
Nokia is trying to go the Microsoft way by releasing cheap shot ads targeted towards how bad the iPad is and how good the new Lumia 2520 is. The ad focuses on a physical keyword, better battery charging and Microsoft Office that the Lumia 2520 (what a confusing name) sports. Anyway, look at the ad and decide for yourself. iPad is the way to go, if you ask us.