Nokia has launched two new feature phones, each supporting 4G. Neither phone promises big features, although both have an FM radio and the Nokia 225 4G also includes a camera.
HMD Global, the company making phones branded using Nokia’s iconic brand yesterday launched some new products, as well as – finally – giving an on-sale date for its 5G Nokia 8.3 announced earlier in the year.
Nokia has today launched the sub-£100 Nokia 2.3 in the UK, with a clean Android 10 install and the promise of updates. Shipping with Android 10 out of the box, and promising two years of OS updates as well as three years of security updates, the Nokia 2.3 is the… [Click for more]
Nokia has launched two new smartphones alongside some new classic handsets that include a new flip-phone and a rugged beast. The Nokia 7.2 (€299 4GB/64GB / €349 6GB/64GB) is Nokia’s third generation Nokia 7 handset, and brings a 48-megapixel camera with ZEISS optics. It also introduces ‘DSLR level’ pro-bokeh styles… [Click for more]
A whitepaper released by Counterpoint Research has today revealed that Nokia is leading the way on updating its smartphone software, including all-important security patches. Samsung, Xiaomi and Huawei aren’t too far behind. According to its data, almost all Nokia smartphones sold since Q3 2018 are running on Android Pie, or… [Click for more]
On the day that Google announced it is no longer going to give Android OS revisions names after desserts, Nokia has issued its own release giving the dates for when its Android smartphones will get Android 10 (aka Android Q). The updates start from Q4 2019 and continue into Q2… [Click for more]
Nokia 2.2 with Android One brings AI camera tech, edge-to-edge display and changeable covers at a great low price
Nokia has launched a sub-€100 smartphone featuring AI assisted low-light imaging, biometric face unlocking, an edge-to-edge display with minimal bezel, plus the benefit of Android One that guarantees regular OS and security updates. As one of the entry-level handsets in Nokia’s portfolio, it is easy to assume that the specifications… [Click for more]
Nokia today updated its product portfolio with a range of new phones that included the long-awaited five-camera equipped Nokia 9 PureView. Due to attending other events, I wasn’t able to visit the press launch in person so have had to go by the press release, but it seems like the… [Click for more]
As flagship phones get increasingly expensive, there’s an ever-growing market in the mid-range for affordable, but still well-performing, smartphones. Today Nokia launched the Nokia 7.1, a sub-£300 (£299) Android phone that offers an affordable phone with a large 5.84-inch HDR display, an enhanced dual-camera set up with Zeiss optics, a… [Click for more]
Nokia has had a good 12 months, having shipped 70 million phones since it last attended Barcelona to relaunch the brand as a maker of mobile phones (and more notably, Android mobile phones for the most part). Starting off a nice and quick press event with no pointless demos and… [Click for more]
Until this week, most people outside of the tech bubble that most of us exist in probably thought Nokia’s only achievement this year was rebooting the Nokia 3310. At Mobile World Congress at the start of the year, there was little talk of the three Android smartphones the company unveiled,… [Click for more]
Nokia is back. Well, sort of. It’s back as a name on phones made by another company under license (HMD Global). Besides three new smartphones launched at MWC, all eyes were on perhaps the biggest story of the show – the re-released Nokia 3310. I take my hat off to… [Click for more]
Amongst all the new Android-based announcements, Microsoft used IFA to announce two more Windows Phone products, some new accessories, plus news of the next big Windows update, Lumia Denim. I went along to Microsoft’s UK offices to find out more.
In another of my camera tests, I’ve decided to pitch the new Nokia Lumia 930 against the Sony Xperia Z2. I will be doing some daylight tests of course (and tests of the video recording capabilities), but to start with I captured a mix of dusk/night shots, shots with flash, plus some… [Click for more]
It’s a rather sad time at the moment. Firstly, knowing that the Nokia logo will soon disappear from Lumia handsets, and secondly, even worse for the many people recently told they’ll be losing their jobs. But the new flagship Lumia 930, as well as the recently announced budget Lumia 530, the… [Click for more]
It’s not quite the Nokia Android we once hoped for, but still an impressive bit of kit – especially given it’s sub-£100 retail price (assuming it ever gets a release in the UK).
Nokia has for some time been keen to get Lumia handsets into the hands of bloggers and ordinary members of the public, but now it’s extending the offer of a trial handset (well, three handsets this time) to qualifying businesses.