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Nokia 6 First Android Smartphone in 2017 – Specs, Price & Release Date

Nokia 6 First Android Smartphone in 2017 - Specs, Price & Release Date

Nokia 6 Release Date and Price in China Nokia 6 will be available exclusively in China. Available in early 2017, Nokia 6 is 1699 CNY ($250). New design philosophy embraces much-loved Nokia phone hallmarks of quality, superior craftsmanship and relentless focus on the consumer experience Nokia 6 marks the first step for the Nokia brand into ...

Apple iPhone 7 vs. Nokia N8 – Who is the Winner?

Nokia N8 vs. Apple iPhone 7 Plus

It's been 7 years since the launch of Nokia N8 Symbian smartphone. Many of us still love this awesome device, due to its multimedia features, which no other device can compete, even the latest iPhone 7 cannot compete with the features that were offered in Nokia N8, 7 years back. What are those features that are ...

Nokia CEO Hints at 3 Android Smartphones in December 2016

Nokia Coming Back With Android in December 2016

The Nokia brand, as rumoured, is returning to the mobile space to make Android-powered phones and tablets. The news was confirmed this morning in a press release from the company, which is now owned by HMD, a new company setup to enable the proliferation of Nokia-branded phones and tablets. Here’s the official line from HMD on ...

Another Rumor Of Nokia Coming Back in 2016 With Android

Nokia has issued a statement today reaffirming its intent to get back into the smartphone game, mostly reiterating statements made by the company's CEO in June. However, the company's plans revolve around finding the right licensing partner who will be responsible for manufacturing and distributing the phone — similar to how the Android-sporting Nokia N1 ...

Nokia To Get A New Life In 2016 With Android?

Stephen Elop, then Nokia CEO, famously said that the Android OS didn’t offer the company a sufficient opportunity for differentiation in the global smartphone marketplace. Accordingly Nokia exclusively adopted the Windows mobile OS instead. As we know the company didn’t have much success with its Windows-based Lumia smartphones and sold that division to Microsoft. Elop went ...