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.
LG is not a stranger to a dedicated button for Google Assistant, but Google wants it on even more devices from other companies, too.
Forget phones with triple or quad-cameras at its back. HMD Global-owned Nokia is here to take things to the next level with the Nokia 9 PureView. As the PureView branding suggests, the Nokia 9 is a camera powerhouse featuring 5 rear cameras. It is a unique setup which makes use of five camera sensors of the same focal length and resolution — 12MP and f/1.8 aperture.
The Nokia 9 PureView surfaced for the first time in leaked images just before the end of 2018, and now we may have an expected announcement date.
The notch had a good run in 2018, but Android device manufacturers have already had their funwith that design choice and are moving on to other options.
It has been quite some time since we last heard about the incoming Nokia 9, but here are one day away from the end of 2018 and the phone has resurfaced.
The Nokia 7.1 and Nokia 8.1 are excellent mid-range Android One devices from HMD Global-owned Nokia. Since they are Android One certified phones, they run a stock build of Android 9.0 Pie which means they don’t offer any extra frills like being able to natively lock apps using the fingerprint scanner.