Whitings joining Nokia for ‘exciting’ announcement at MWC, will a new Nokia wearable be announced?

HMD Global will be announcing 4 Nokia branded smartphones at the Mobile World Congress in an event scheduled for 26th February. Whiting’s, a company acquired by Nokia last year ...

Specs for entry-level Nokia 3 leak hiniting at a 2 GB RAM and 720p HD display

Earlier today we got to know that Nokia indeed will be stopping by at the MWC 2017 and will be announcing 4 smartphones. Nokia 6 which was unveiled last moth in China will be announced ...

HMD Global will announce Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and a modern Nokia 3310 at the MWC

Nokia is set to make a strong comeback this year. They have already set the wheels in motion by successfully launching Nokia 6 in China last month. The success of the smartphone can ...

Nokia 6 in white color headed for sale outside China

Nokia is off to a good start if their sold out flash sale is something to go by. The company launched their first Android powered smartphone Nokia 6 in China. The smartphone had 1.4 ...

Nokia flagship with Snapdragon 835 in works?

Nokia is on the way to revive its iconic name. They recently launched their first Android based smartphone, the Nokia 6 in China. The smartphone before its exclusive release at JD.com ...

Nokia 6 hits 1 million registrations 2 days ahead of its flash sale

Nokia under the HMD Global brand is launching an Android powered Nokia smartphone, the Nokia 6. The device at the moment is exclusive to China and will be sold by the retailer JD.com. ...

Nokia 8 in works? Leaked video hints to a Nokia flagship

We already knew that Nokia was going to announce something next month courtesy of the ‘save the date’ message on their Facebook page. Newly leaked video suggests that HDM ...

Another Nokia device coming soon as specs of Nokia E1 Leak

HMD Global seems to be working hard on reviving the Nokia brand name. A few days back they announced the Nokia 6, a mid range smartphone for the Chinese market. New news out suggests ...
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