As expected, HMD Global has launched the Nokia 6300 and Nokia 8000. Both the classic remakes support 4G and the bank on nostalgia. The original Nokia 6300 was launched in 2007, while the 8000 series was positioned as a premium offering till 2007. Let us take a closer look at Nokia 6300 and Nokia 8000.
HMD lead Nokia is known for resurrecting iconic phones like the 3310 and the Nokia 8110 ‘Banana’ phone. Now the company is reportedly working on reviving the classic Nokia 6300. The new feature phone is expected to come with a new design and support 4G.
HMD Global has launched yet another budget device, the Nokia C3. Unlike other budget devices from HMD, the Nokia C3 comes with Android 10 out of the box instead of Android Go. The specifications vary according to different regions.
Smartphone manufacturers are live streaming their events after MWC was canceled due to coronavirus outbreak. As expected HMD unveiled three new devices today. The company pulled the wraps from Nokia 5.3, 1.3 and 8.3.
Since the MWC was called off due to the coronavirus epidemic, smartphone makers are scheduling their own events. Nokia has pulled the wraps from a new budget offering called Nokia C2.
HMD Global has already sent out invites for MWC 2020. As expected the company is launching new smartphones at the event one of which has featured in leaks. Evan Blass has posted pictures of the new Nokia smartphone with the codename “Captain America.” Blass says that the image could be of the Nokia 5.2.
Android has always received flak for not offering timely updates to a majority of its devices. Most of us don’t realize that manufacturers have to put in extra efforts in order to release the update. And some of the devices won’t even receive a single major Android update in their lifetime. Counterpoint has released a report that shows the frequency of updates by different manufacturers.
A new leak hints that Nokia is finally ready to jump into pop-up selfie camera bandwagon. MySmartPrice has revealed information about the upcoming Nokia 8.2. It may be recalled that Nokia 8.1 was announced in December last year and the company is now ready with its successor.
The HMD Global-led Nokia is working on a feature phone running Android which has leaked in some hands-on photos. This feature phone will take on KaiOS, an OS for feature phones.
HMD Global has officially launched the Nokia X71 smartphone, which boasts a 48-megapixel camera on the back, and an edge-to-edge display design.