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According to a new report, citing industry sources, Samsung has decided to keep its smartphone projections similar to last year. The manufacturer expects to ship 320 million units this year.
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.
HMD Global has launched two new Nokia-branded feature phones, promising superb battery life and excellent value. The company said today that over 200 million Nokia 105s have been sold since 2013.
Microsoft has appointed German company B2X as its global partner to provide customer support and device repair services for its Lumia and feature phones, with a new 'self-help app' coming this month.
Microsoft is reportedly planning to discontinue its Nokia line of feature phones, licensing the brand to Foxconn. Microsoft has the rights to use the Nokia brand for feature phones until 2024.
Microsoft today unveiled its newest feature phones, the Nokia 230 and the 230 Dual SIM. The devices each have a 2.8-inch display, along with 2 MP front and rear camera, both containing LED flashes.
Microsoft has unveiled the new Nokia 105, introducing a dual-SIM version of the device for the first time. Offering up to 35 days of battery life, the second-gen feature phone is priced from just $20.
Microsoft has unveiled the Nokia 215, its "most affordable internet-ready entry-level phone yet", at just $29, and the company says its 1100mAh battery offers standby time of up to 29 days.
Microsoft is rolling out an update to its ultra-low-cost Nokia 130 feature phone, which brings various improvements and enhancements to the device - but the update is only available in Europe for now.
After weeks of clues that it was planning to do so, Microsoft finally confirmed today that it will drop Nokia in favor of Microsoft Lumia branding - and the MS logo will also be used on new devices.
In an odd twist to its purchase of Nokia's mobility arm, Microsoft actually sold more phones than Apple last quarter - but, of course, the revenues tell a very different story.