Nokia has promised new hardware for 2016. And with the recent release of a new promotional video, two devices used in it, a tablet and a phone, are being touted as upcoming releases.
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Due to a standing agreement with Microsoft, Nokia can't launch smartphones under its own brand until late 2016 - but it can start developing them now, and indeed, it's hiring people to help it do so.
Insiders claim Nokia is looking to launch new smartphones next year and get into new markets as well, such as virtual reality. Though the company will only design the products, not build them.
Polaroid debuted its new smartphone, the "Selfie" at CES 2015. Unfortunately, the device is a clone of Oppo's N1. The device is set to release in 2015 and will be available in the United States.
Nokia opened pre-orders for its new Android tablet yesterday - but it has already sold out, with all 20,000 available units being snapped up in 4 minutes, and a waiting list of over 560,000 customers.
Nokia has opened pre-orders in China for its new Android 5.0-based tablet, priced at 1599 CNY (just under $260 USD), and the device is expected to launch in some European markets later this year.
Nokia unveiled its new Android tablet last month with a $250 price tag, promising that it will go on sale in Q1 2015 - and it seems that it could launch in its first market, China, in just two weeks.
For those of you that didn't see yesterday mornings keynote on the Nokia N1 tablet reveal, Nokia has now uploaded a video to YouTube showcasing the N1 in use with an unannounced kickstand type cover.
We take a look at Nokia's new N1 Android tablet and ponder on what the company's doing and what its future might look like. We also answer ten questions you might have about that.
Nokia has just unveiled a brand new Android tablet, the N1, that uses its Z launcher. This is the first device Nokia has launched since it moved away from smartphones.