Nokia is in the midst of quite a comeback with a prolific release schedule of new phones throughout 2018 and that continues today with the official announcement of the Nokia 8.1.
Here’s our Nokia 6.1 Plus review, the iPhone X or iPhone XS alternative for those Android users who are on tight budget.
According to a new report, global smartphone sales for the second half of 2017 were weaker than had been expected, with growth now expected to slow to 2.8% during 2018. Report also says that there will be "only two international brands with a clear future of growth in 2018," those being Apple and Nokia.
Nokia 3310 is officially announced. Here are its specs, features, price and release date info that you need to know about.
The legendary Nokia 3310 feature phone is all set to be relaunched at the Mobile World Congress 2017 along with the Nokia 3, 5, and 6. Here are the details.
Apple has dealt a bitter blow to the potential sales of Withings-branded accessories by removing all of the said company's products from sale through its online and retail Apple Stores around the world. Here's why.
After failing to make a success of the mobile business that it purchased from Nokia in 2014, Microsoft has announced that it will be pulling out of the consumer telephone market resulting in the loss of up to 1,850 jobs worldwide. Microsoft took a huge gamble with the purchase, with then CEO Steve Ballmer wanting to turn the corporation into a devices and services company capable of outputting mobile hardware. Microsoft is now ready to call time on that gamble by pulling out of the consumer phone market entirely as part of an effort to streamline its mobile division.
With Microsoft selling the Nokia brand, the Finnish company has announced its grand return back to mobile market with Android phones and tablets. Here are the details.
Microsoft is looking to approach its phone hardware business in a completely re-structured manner. The software giant had acquired Nokia's phone and services division just last year for $7.1 billion, but that has clearly failed to provide the needed momentum, and now it will be writing off $7.6 billion against the Nokia business, in addition to laying off 7,800 employees across the globe.
Microsoft may be working to move the Nokia brand away from its high-end and mid-range Windows Phone devices, but it is still more than happy to keep Nokia as the face of its feature phone and low-end smartphone market. The latest entrant into the Nokia side of the family is the Nokia 215, a phone that Microsoft says is its cheapest Internet device yet.