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Rejoice Nokia Fans Cos’ The Iconic Nokia 3310 Is Coming Back!

Nokia once reined supreme in the mobile phone arena. Unfortunately time and technology had caught up with them, effectively putting an end to the era of cell phone. During its heyday and before the proliferation of smartphones, the Finnish tech company had turned out countless mobile phones, but it was the 3 series, particularly the 3310, that became sort of an icon. Offered by its then-trendy candy form was a durable phone that supports long text messaging (man, it was god sent, really!), along with useful tools like calculator, stopwatch, and even packing a bit of fun too with games such as the sequel to the hugely popular Snake. Continue reading Rejoice Nokia Fans Cos’ The Iconic Nokia 3310 Is Coming Back!

HMD Resurrects Nokia Smartphone, Brings Nokia 6 To China Market

Nokia smartphone has rose from the ashes thanks to HMD Global Oy, a Espoo, Finland-based company, who has proclaimed itself as the new home of Nokia phones and tablets. HMD is the exclusive licensee of the Nokia brand for mobile phones and tablets, and the first phone to roll out under its wing is an Android phone called Nokia 6. Before we continue, we ought to forewarn you not to expect anything extraordinary. Beyond the marketing talk about the “new design philosophy,” the Nokia 6 features are rather rudimentary, really. That’s not to say HMD isn’t giving it less TLC. The company surely did, after all, it is the company’s first Nokia Android phone. Continue reading HMD Resurrects Nokia Smartphone, Brings Nokia 6 To China Market

Nokia’s $60K Virtual Reality Camera, OZO, Is Open For Pre-order

After giving up its mobile division, Nokia has been dabbling in bigger things, like navigation and imaging. If you have not yet hear, earlier on this year, the Finnish tech company has unveiled its first virtual reality camera, dubbed OZO. The product name is as odd as the shape of the camera. When viewed from the front, OZO appears to be a sphere, stuck with several cameras around it, that is not uncommon in 360-degree cameras but in reality, it is has a teardrop shape with duckbill-like end. Remember those sci-fi movies that you have watched where future stuff seems to look pretty weird? Well, this is one such stuff, except that it is very much a present day gadget and Nokia is already taking pre-order for it, ready for delivery sometime in Q1 of 2016. Continue reading Nokia’s $60K Virtual Reality Camera, OZO, Is Open For Pre-order

Nokia Outs Minimalistic and Beautiful N1 Lollipop-powered Android Tablet

So you think the sale of Nokia’s Devices and Services Unit to Microsoft signals the end of Nokia consumer hardware legacy? Well, not so soon. The Finnish company is quick hop back into the hardware arena, but this time with a dainty little Android tablet called N1 that has an uncanny resemblance to the iPhone 6/6 Plus, a design consisting of smooth round edges. If not for the aspect ratio and a significantly larger form factor, it would almost look like Apple’s latest mobile devices, but probably only more simplistic. Anyways, we’re all good with the minimalistic approach as far as aesthetic is concerned. Sporting an unibody anodized aluminum body in soft finish, the N1 is fitted with a handy 7.9-inch display boasting 2,048 by 1,536 pixels. Continue reading Nokia Outs Minimalistic and Beautiful N1 Lollipop-powered Android Tablet

Nokia Lumia 930 Windows Phone

Windows Phone users do not have a lot to go for when it comes to big size phone and to date, Nokia is about the only maker turning up a handful that threads the 5-inch territory. speaking of which, the Nokia Lumia 930 is the latest entrant to Windows Phone market, touting a 5″ Full HD display and a massive 20MP PureView camera with a Zeiss lens. the 930 is basically the international variant of the Lumia Icon that’s exclusive to Verizon, which means soon Windows Phone fans in Europe, Asia, Middle East, as well as India will be able to savor the goodness of what the Icon has to offer in their respective countries. official roll out is expected in June with a $599 price tag. Continue reading Nokia Lumia 930 Windows Phone

Nokia Lumia 525 Windows Phone

we do have a feeling that there is a phenomena known as “another day, another Nokia handset.” well, maybe that’s an exaggeration, but it certainly feels that way, either that or, time really zipped pass too quickly for us to grasp. anyway, here it is, the Nokia Lumia 525 Windows Phone, which is yet another pretty handset coming from the long time Finnish handset maker. as the model name hints, this is the successor of the Lumia 520, which itself just came onto the market not too long ago, which so means that this is a budget phone and hence, do not expect blazing performance. the phone is powered by a dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor, clocking in at a modest 1GHz, that surprisingly has a full GB of RAM (sorry, we were kind of expecting something like 512MB, but it was a good news anyways) to back it up. Continue reading Nokia Lumia 525 Windows Phone

Nokia Lumia 1520 and Lumia 1320 Windows Phone

with the Nokia Lumia 1520 and 1320, Windows Phone lovers can stop lamenting about the lack of mega-size handsets running on their favorite mobile platform. along with the 2520 Windows Tablet, the duo also made the first, but this time as the first ever larger display Lumia smartphones. the larger 6-inch display allows for a third column of tiles on the home screen, enabling you to see more and naturally, fiddle more. basically, what you will be expecting would be some pretty and super-sized Nokia Lumias, bearing the same pretty aesthetic you have witness thus far. Continue reading Nokia Lumia 1520 and Lumia 1320 Windows Phone

Nokia Lumia 2520 Windows Tablet

well, folks. the much anticipated (or not) Windows tablet from the Finnish handset maker is finally official. the Nokia Lumia 2520 Windows Tablet, as it is called, is the first tablet coming from Nokia bearing the proven aesthetic that has saw the breeze sales of the Lumia handsets and in all honesty, it is not too shabby on the spec sheet at all. it boast a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chip, clocking in at 2.2GHz with 2GB of system memory to boot and carries with it a 10.1″ ClearBlack IPS touch display featuring Full HD resolution, 60Hz refresh rate, Corning Gorilla Glass 2, and has what the company claimed as the “best outdoor and indoor readability of any tablet.” the 2520 also builds on the success of the Finnish firm’s recent handsets experience, offering both 4G LTE radio, as well as WiFi connectivity. Continue reading Nokia Lumia 2520 Windows Tablet

Nokia Lumia 1020 Review Roundup

you heard the announcement. so is the Nokia Lumia 1020 a camera first or a phone first? before the reviews start turning up, we are skeptical. we are not sure whether to take the 1020 as a camera with smartphone functionality or the other way round. we have are torn. on one hand we wished all smartphones have awesome “normal camera” quality (or DSLR even) and on the other, we wanted it to do more – more as in what a smartphone should do like having an awesome OS that not only lets us make calls, but also helps us to navigate and perhaps, organize our life and keep us entertained. yes. we want everything, but is a in-your-face 41MP camera really necessary at all? we are not fortunate enough to lay our hands on a review set, but the good news is, major gadget sites have had the chance and believe it or not, we read most of them, and as always, we round up some of the most interesting and helpful reviews that would help you in deciding whether a camera-centric phone is for you. check out our Nokia Lumia 1020 Review Roundup after the break Continue reading Nokia Lumia 1020 Review Roundup

Nokia Lumia 625 Windows Phone

honestly, we weren’t expecting another Lumia to pop out of Nokia’s stable so soon, but the Finnish handset maker’s relentless pursuit to capture a larger slice of the smartphone has resulted yet another beauty be announced: the Nokia Lumia 625 Windows Phone. further emphasizing the firm’s desire to capture more followers, the 625 is positioned as “an accessibly priced 4G smartphone” so that everyone, and this case we are assuming the young and trendy as evidence from the color options offered, can enjoy the awesomeness of its innovation and design. a phone is still a phone, so ultimately, pricing plays a huge part in the decision making and for €220, you really can’t say it won’t tickle the fancy of average smartphone users – and we are talking about a puny phone for the 625 is well endowed with a 4.7″ WVGA display that boasts Nokia’s now signature sunlight readability enhancement (Corning Gorilla Glass 2 comes as standard). Continue reading Nokia Lumia 625 Windows Phone