HMD Global has launched the Nokia X6 in China, complete with high-end specs and the distinct display notch design that’s swept across the smartphone market. The X6 is outfitted with a 5.9-inch 2280×1080 display with a 19:9 aspect ratio and a Gorilla Glass 3 covering. Inside, the X6 features a Snapdragon ... Read More »
A new Android One phone is launching in the U.S.
Back in January, Nokia officially unveiled an updated version of its Nokia 6, floating the handset up into the mid-range market without significantly increasing the price tag.
HMD Global only confirmed that the newest version of the Nokia 6 would launch in China at that time. But for anyone who’s been waiting, you ... Read More »
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Nokia used to be famous for its smartphone cameras. The high end Lumia series of devices had some of the best smartphone cameras on the market, and the company introduced a full manual mode before any of the major companies did. Of course, the golden age of Nokia is over, but the company is making ... Read More »
The first is the Nokia 8 Sirocco, which you can see at the top of this post. This high-end Android One phone comes with Oreo in ... Read More »
At this year’s Mobile World Congress, HMD Global is expected to unveil two new smartphones with the Nokia logo stamped on the back: The Nokia 7 Plus and the Nokia 1.
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Nokia may not be a huge player in the cell phone game anymore, but the company (under HMD Global) is working hard to succeed in this competitive market. One of its biggest achievements so far is software support, a sore spot for many manufacturers.
Nokia is a company not dissimilar to BlackBerry. Both companies found themselves pushed to the edge of financial collapse, with their handsets becoming decreasingly popular. But both companies created valuable partnerships that have allowed them to rebuild by creating brand-licensed Android smartphones. Nokia and its partner, HMD Global, have ... Read More »
HMD Global and Nokia are back with the second-generation Nokia 6, bringing a few key improvements over the first iteration of the handset.