The Nokia 8 has made appearances in multiple leaks already, with the handset slated to arrive very soon. The company responsible for the release, HMD Global, has now announced that “the next milestone for Nokia phones” will be shown off on the 16th of August.
Nokia recently launched the Nokia 3 in India. The cheapest handset in the company’s lineup, the Nokia 3 features a paltry 2GB RAM and 16GB of storage. For the price the handset commands, this is a bit disappointing. However, the Nokia 3 more than makes up for it by being available in retail stores across India.
The new Nokia-branded lineup of Android phones has been a mid-range affair so far, but that’s changing at some point in the future.
Nokia was once known for releasing smartphones with iconic cameras featuring Zeiss lenses. Today, the HMD Global-owned Nokia announced that it is once again partnering with Zeiss to set “new imaging standards within the smartphone industry.”
Earlier this week, Nokia unveiled the Nokia 3, Nokia 5, and the Nokia 6 in the country. While the Nokia 6 will be available exclusively through Amazon from next month, the Nokia 3 and Nokia 5 are slowly making their way to the retail stores of the country.
After initially unveiling the Nokia 3, 5 and 6 at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this year, Nokia is finally getting around to launching the phones across the world. Today, the company launched the handsets in India and provided details about their pricing and availability.
The new Nokia made a comeback earlier this year by announcing three new Android-running smartphones — the Nokia 6, 5 and 3 — along with the iconic Nokia 3310 at MWC 2017. Now, the folks over at FrAndroid have managed to get their hands on a prototype unit of Nokia’s upcoming flagship handset: the Nokia 9.
Nokia has confirmed that it will be launching its new Android smartphones — the Nokia 3, Nokia 5, and Nokia 6 — in the United States. In fact, the company is planning on launching its new handsets on a global scale.
Nokia made its grand comeback at MWC this year with the launch of not one, but three Android smartphones: the Nokia 3, Nokia 5, and Nokia 6. However, the fourth handset launched by the company that managed to steal the thunder not only from its own phones but also from every other phone launched at MWC was the Nokia 3310.