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Microsoft is starting to switch users of its 'classic' Nokia feature phones to Opera Mini and the Opera Mobile Store, as it begins the process of phasing out the Nokia Store and Xpress Browser.
Microsoft has signed an agreement to make Opera Mini the default browser on all of its Nokia Series 30+, Series 40 and Asha handsets, replacing Nokia's Xpress Browser, which is being killed off.
Microsoft has announced that it is killing off its Asha and Series 40 feature phones, and plans to focus exclusively on Windows Phone, while the MixRadio music service is expected to be sold off.
A leaked document offers some insights into the branding decisions behind Microsoft's acquisition of Nokia's devices and services business, although many questions still remain.
Nokia reveal that sales of its various mobile phones dropped 30 percent compared to a year ago in its last quarter before the company sold off that division to Microsoft.
Nokia's very first Android-based smartphone has landed in stores, and here's an in-depth review about its performance, usability and all the blasphemous things Nokia did by cheating on Windows Phone.
Microsoft's Greg Sullivan has confirmed that the company will be keeping the Lumia brand but declined to comment whether the same can be said about the Nokia brand which it will have license for.
Nokia has announced that Microsoft will be acquiring the company's Devices and Services business, along with licensing Nokia's patents, and the license and use of Nokia's mapping services.
Nokia has unveiled new budget phones designed for emerging market. The new devices closely resemble Nokia's earlier efforts to bring some smartphone usability down to a very low price.
In a new television advert shared on Facebook, Nokia has unveiled its Asha 501 handset. The 501, which looks a bit like a Lumia handset, is intended for the developing mobile market across the world.
Nokia intends to wash its hands of the old Symbian OS this summer, shipping out its final run of phones. Incredibly, Symbian has been around in various forms since 1997 - and still continues to sell.
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop has elaborated on why the super-cheap Asha line does not run Windows Phone, saying it would ruin the integrity of the Lumia brand because devices couldn't be as well optimized
At a New Delhi event Nokia just announced its new low-end Asha smartphone: the 501. Its design is inspired by the Lumia line and it's supposed to be the first step in the next chapter of the Asha line
Nokia is preparing for a busy month with a number of important events. The first one starts tomorrow in India where Nokia is expected to launch a new low-end Asha device for developing markets.
Aimed at the student, youth entry level market, the latest Asha budget-phone launched by Nokia also comes with a dedicated WhatsApp key as well as being made available in a few vibrant colors.
Nokia has revealed that they'll be announcing something new on Wednesday at 7am GMT, teasing a QWERTY device, although all the signs point to a new Asha phone rather than a Lumia
Samsung has announced a new family of cheap smartphones which will be sold under the REX brand, and many analysts believe its an attempt to take sales away from Nokia's Asha lineup.
Nokia's low-end Asha touch-phone range for emerging markets is outselling their flagship Lumia Windows Phone range by 2:1, showing fantastic growth even in markets where low-end Android devices rule
Even though Nokia are pushing their Lumia device range as the devices you should own, it's not stopping them getting into the budget friendly end of the market, revealing the latest Asha 205.
Nokia reports another disappointing quarter, with global Lumia sales falling 27.5%, and a dramatic 50% drop in sales in North America. But losses decreased too, and sales of its feature phones are up.