Nokia will reenter the mobile market in 2017 with Android-powered smartphones.
The company has launched a brand new website dedicated to its phones, acting as a proper precursor to the phones and tablets it plans on launching next year. Nokia is working with HMD Global Oy (HMD) to make this goal a reality through a brand licensing deal ... Read More »
Nokia is a brand that’s nearly universally loved for its last phones, and we wish the company would make a big comeback and once again release amazing devices. Nokia’s Microsoft partnership really didn’t help the company succeed, but thankfully, we may see an unlikely but possible resurgence soon.
Nokia executive Mike Wang stated that there will be at least ... Read More »
It’s been quite a while since Microsoft acquired Nokia’s devices and services division, but talk about Nokia’s return to the smartphone business has never really gone silent since then. Which is good, because Nokia just made a big announcement that should make plenty of people quite happy.
Today, ahead of Google’s largest event of ... Read More »
Last week, a rumor suggested that Nokia might release a new smartphone in 2016, once its deal with Microsoft allows it to launch phones with the Nokia name once again. Fast-forward to today and Nokia has responded ... Read More »
When Nokia launched its Z Launcher in June of 2014, it was only compatible with (barely) a handful of devices. Now, after unveiling a brand new Android-based tablet with Z Launcher front and center, the proprietary software is now launching into the Google Play store.
Nokia officially made the announcement following the ... Read More »
Nokia may have sold a good chunk of itself to Microsoft, but that doesn’t mean that the company is done making hardware. Today ushers in the Nokia N1 tablet, a new 7.9-inch tablet that runs Android 5.0 Lollipop and is built in conjunction with Foxconn via a licensing agreement. The ... Read More »
We’ve always dreamed of Nokia releasing a high end Android device with the body of a Lumia. The camera, build quality, and general Nokia design is alluring, but we wanted our favorite mobile OS on it. The chances were slim, but rumors of an Android-powered Nokia device pushed on. And what we got wasn’t exactly ... Read More »
The Nokia X was one of the more interesting devices that we’ve seen the company make. Nokia created an entry-level Android smartphone, skinned it to resemble Windows Phone, called it the Nokia X and released it into the wild. While not popular in the US, it did fairly well in developing markets, which is exactly where it was ... Read More »
The Nokia X may not be the most powerful Android phone on the market (in fact, it’s one of the weakest currently sold), nor is it particularly popular, but that will never stop developers. In the quest to get the most out of the heavily skinned and modified device, developers have begun hacking it. Google ... Read More »
The tech world’s reaction to the Nokia X in the tech world was mostly negative. A very low-end Nokia device running an old version of Android isn’t exactly appealing to those who love high-end hardware, but the expectations made it so much worse. We wanted a bleeding edge Nokia phone running Android for a long ... Read More »