If you're based in Europe and want to get your hands on the 3G-enabled Nokia 3310, you're in luck. Several retailers across the continent are now offering the handset including OTTO, Clove and CPW.
It looks like another Nokia handset could be entering the United States market. The Nokia 2 has been spotted on a popular retailer's website with a price of $99 and can now be pre-ordered.
It has been quite some time since the initial launch of the Nokia 3310. After several months, the 3G version is making its way to the United States and will be available to purchase on October 29.
At a press event in China, HMD Global has launched yet another mid-range device, the Nokia 7. The handset offers a decent set of specifications and offers users with a premium experience.
A new variant of the Nokia 8 flagship smartphone from HMD Global has gone on sale in Finland with upgraded storage and memory specifications to be on par with devices from other manufacturers.
The Nokia 8 was officially revealed in August and it passed through the FCC in late September. Now, it appears that the handset won't be making a debut in the U.S., if a new email is to be believed.
HMD Global has been releasing Nokia handsets all year, but many are still waiting for the top-end Nokia 9. Now, courtesy of a leaked render, we get to take a glimpse at the device before launch.
It seems that Nokia has officially given up on pursuing the consumer market, after announcing that the OZO VR project will be shut down, and 310 jobs will be cut in its Technologies Unit.
HMD Global has released a few handsets under the Nokia brand. The Nokia 8 is the latest, offering the best specifications in its lineup to date. Now, the phone's toughness has been put to the test.
HMD Global has reiterated its commitment to pushing out the latest updates to the newly released Nokia Android phones and will be rolling out Oreo to its current lineup by the end of 2017.
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After making its debut last month, the Nokia 8 could be finally making its way to the United States. Furthermore, the handset might come as a 6GB RAM variant with 128GB of internal storage.
Last month, HMD Global announced the refreshed Nokia 105 and Nokia 130 feature phones with improved designs and a few under the hood changes. The latter is now available in India for Rs. 1,599.
Some insider sources are claiming that customized Nokia 8 variants could be launched in China and the US. These possibly feature a bump in RAM, and some other updated specifications as well.
"By the end of this year, hardware makers like Essential, Huawei, HTC, Kyocera, Motorola, HMD, Samsung, Sharp and Sony are scheduled to be launching or upgrading new devices to Android 8.0 Oreo."
Today, HMD Global finally announced the much-leaked Nokia 8, the company's first flagship handset under the Nokia brand, which includes ZEISS cameras, a Snapdragon 835, an aluminum design, and more.
HMD Global wasted no time in bringing the latest Android security update to its devices. Within hours of Google publishing the August security bulletin, HMD began its rollout to the Nokia 5 and 6.
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Nokia is the latest handset manufacturer to offload one of its first party apps to the Play Store. It will now be easier for the company to push regular updates to the Nokia Camera app.
HMD Global has launched the mid-range Nokia 6 in the UK, where it's priced at just under £200. It's being offered in four colours - but one of those colours is already out of stock online.
HMD Global has been doing a decent job of keeping its Nokia handsets updated. Now, it appears that the firm is committed to bringing Android 7.1.1 to its Nokia 3 by the end of August.
The Nokia 8 flagship smartphone from HMD Global could be launching in a few weeks, but almost every bit of information about the device has now leaked online through benchmarks and various sources.
In an earnings call this week, Nokia has revealed that Apple paid the company 2 billion dollars to settle ongoing patent disputes. The companies will share patents as part of the licensing agreement.
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HMD Global Oy, the company formed to make new Nokia devices, is set to bring the old Lumia/Nokia Camera UI to its new Android phones with a recent transfer of a UI trademark with Microsoft.
HMD Global has started sending out media invites for an event on August 16, at which it will launch its Nokia 8 flagship, with a Snapdragon 835, up to 6GB RAM, 64GB storage, ZEISS optics, and more.
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With HMD bringing Nokia's brand back to smartphones with its new range of Android handsets, one device has been glaringly absent: a proper flagship that can take on the likes of Samsung and OnePlus.
Comments made by the now-former HMD CEO this week hinted at the possibility of a second, more innovative flagship alongside the Nokia 8 - and a sketch in an official video has raised hopes further.
A discovered patent shows that ZEISS may be working on a new rotary camera system that would provide multiple levels of optical zoom, and it could possibly be used on future Nokia devices.
Nokia's heavily-leaked upcoming flagship smartphone, the 8, made an appearance on the company's website today, and the device shows the date as July 20, suggesting a launch date of tomorrow.
HMD has launched three Nokia-branded Android phones, along with the nostalgia-fuelled 3310, and two feature phones. But with its new flagship arriving soon, its CEO has suddenly left the company.
The unannounced Nokia 8 - which is expected to feature a Snapdragon 835 processor, and up to 6GB of RAM - has been revealed in a leaked image, showing two rear cameras with ZEISS optics.
If a new leak is to be believed, HMD Global's next handset, the Nokia 8, could arrive on July 31 and be priced under €600. The handset will differ from previous releases, featuring top-tier specs.
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