Images have surfaced online of a cancelled Nokia Windows Phone 7 prototype sporting a BlackBerry-style physical keyboard. The exact specifications of the bulky device are not available as of yet.
If you're looking to get in on some nostalgic action with the updated Nokia 3310, it is now available to purchase in the UK for £49.99 at Carphone Warehouse and Vodafone brick and mortar stores.
After having dragged each other through the courts numerous times over the years, Apple and Nokia have buried the hatchet after signing a patent license and business collaboration agreement.
The rumoured Nokia 9 flagship smartphone from HMD Global was spotted on Geekbench, and the Snapdragon 835-powered device has reportedly bested all other Android smartphones using the same chipset.
Nokia currently doesn't have a true flagship phone, and the last rumors we heard about such a device coming was way back in January. Now, a bunch of images and specs have revealed the Nokia 9.
After much secrecy and anticipation, the phone with month-long battery life, the near-indestructible, reincarnated Nokia 3310, has just had its UK release date confirmed by HMD Global.
Clove UK has listed all the new Nokia smartphones and the reimagined Nokia 3310, which were announced in February at MWC 2017, on its website along with prices and an expected launch date in June.
Some users of older devices running Windows Phone 8.1, which lost support back in March of last year, are now finding that they can once again upgrade to Windows 10 through the Insider Program.
New images of a prototype of a canceled Nokia Windows phone show a nearly bezel-less display on a low end phone. It has a dual-core Snapdragon 200 chipset, like the Microsoft Lumia 435.
If you are an owner of the Nokia 6, you'll be happy to know that a new update should be landing on your phone that will update Nougat to version 7.1.1. The update will arrive over-the-air.
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Besides committing to an international launch in Q2 2017, HMD Global hasn't yet revealed an exact release date for its new Nokia handsets - but recent reports are pointing towards likely timeframes.
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HMD Global said that its Nokia 3, 5 and 6 Android smartphones will be available in the US, as part of plans for a simultaneous launch of its devices in 120 markets, which it described as "ambitious".
This month we celebrate the ten year anniversary of the Nokia N95. While it doesn't quite share the same legendary status of the 3310, it was a device that redefined what a handset could be.
HMD has confirmed that it will deliver monthly security patches for all of its Android devices, including the new Nokia 3 and 5 smartphones, which it unveiled at Mobile World Congress.
The Nokia 6 has yet to make its debut out of Asia, but it is expected to arrive in other markets in the coming months. A new video has surfaced, showing off the handset's resilience to physical abuse.
Luxury smartphone maker, Vertu, has been sold to Baferton, a company registered in Cyprus. Baferton is owned by Turkish exile Hakan Uzan, who has been involved with a number of legal controversies.
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HMD Global hasn't yet announced a firm launch date for its new range of Nokia-branded devices around the world - but a UK retailer says that the new handsets are expected to launch there in May.
The UK's largest device retailer says there's been a huge amount of interest in the new €49 Nokia 3310, a modern interpretation of the classic handset, which was unveiled at Mobile World Congress.
According to the Nokia Mobile Twitter account, HMD Global does not have Carl Zeiss lenses, which was what was used in the Nokia Lumia handsets, as well as others, before Nokia was bought by Microsoft.
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HMD Global unveiled two new Android smartphones at Mobile World Congress this week: the mid-range Nokia 5, and the lower-end Nokia 3. Even from a quick hands-on, both devices made a great impression.
The new Nokia 3310 aims to capture the spirit of the classic model, but adds a range of more modern features. There's a lot to like about the device - but its navigation buttons are far too fiddly.
Earlier today, HMD Global announced the Nokia 3 and Nokia 5 at the Nokia Mobile event at Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona. The company has now released the specs of both devices.
Nokia announced today at its Mobile World Congress 2017 event in Barcelona that it will be launching its classic Snake game on Facebook. It will also be featured on the company's new 3310 handset.
Nokia has resurrected its iconic 3310 handset, complete with the popular - albeit slightly updated - Snake game and the Nokia ringtone. The handset is priced at €49 and will be available in Q2 2017.
At Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona today, HMD Global announced the Nokia 3 and Nokia 5. They will be less expensive versions of the Nokia 6, with smaller screen sizes and aluminum bodies.
At the Nokia Mobile event at Mobile World Congress 2017 today, the company confirmed that all Withings devices will be branded as Nokia going forward, and the company's app has been redesigned.
If you were curious about Nokia's latest offerings at Mobile World Congress, you can catch all the details through the firm's livestream. Withings is also joining Nokia and could make an announcement.
If you thought feature phones were a dying industry, think again. Of the 396 million feature phone units that were sold during the course of last year, Nokia's brand was on 35 million of them.
This year's Mobile World Congress promises to be one of the best yet, with a variety of exciting new devices on the way from the likes of LG, BlackBerry, Nokia, Samsung, Huawei, and more.
New details have emerged regarding HMD Global's upcoming successor to Nokia's legendary 3310. The device will have the same design language as its predecessor, and it will not be a smartphone.
While there has been an incredible amount of excitement for Nokia at Mobile World Congress, Withings has now also chimed in that it will also be present. Nokia purchased the firm in 2016.
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Blackberry has sued Nokia for intentionally infringing its patents, demanding tha the Finnish company pay damages. This isn't the first time the two companies have clashed in a patent row.
Nokia is holding a competition via its Facebook page that pits the Nokia 3310 against the Nokia 1200. The live stream is ongoing and has folks that are vying for your vote.
According to a new report, HMD Global will be launching three new Nokia-branded phones at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The event is scheduled for February 26, and the phones will be low end.
Cricket Wireless no longer has any phones listed on its site that are made by Microsoft. It does offer one Nokia phone, however, and that is the Lumia 635, which isn't eligible for Windows 10 Mobile.
Nokia has been working on a digital assistant for a while but it won't compete with Microsoft's Cortana or Apple's Siri. Instead, it will cater to telecommunications operators.
If you were hoping to acquire a Nokia 6 in the Philippines, chances are, you might have missed your chance. The handset went on sale via a third party and was sold out - despite the $100 markup.
Nokia tablet found on GFXBench runs a modified version of Android 7.0 Nougat and sports a 4K 18.4-inch display, Snapdragon 835 and features everything from 4G LTE through to NFC.
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The Nokia 6 made a triumphant debut today selling out in a mere minute. The handset was offered online exclusively in China. It is unknown when stock will be replenished or if it will reach US shores.
Having already announced the 6 - its first Nokia-branded Android smartphone - HMD Global says that it will share "the next exciting chapter in the Nokia consumer story" at Mobile World Congress 2017.
From privacy problems and foldable phones, to Lumias de-listed, pornographic insights, Windows Goodbye, unlimited limits, and Microsoft's Maluuba, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Last week, HMD Global unveiled the Nokia 6, its first Nokia-branded Android phone, with a Snapdragon 430 SoC, 4GB RAM and 64GB storage. Pre-orders have opened in China, where it will launch next week.
Nokia is promising more handsets to come in 2017 and it looks like we might have been given early sneak peek at its higher-end handset, the Nokia 8. The alleged device was in plain sight at CES 2017.
A post promising 'more announcements' on Nokia's official Facebook page indicates that the company might unveil more Android handsets at Mobile World Congress 2017, starting next month.