As you may already know, HMD Global is preparing a top smartphone that could mark the comeback of Nokia. According to most tech websites, many users (potential customers) are eager to see the highly anticipated flagship that’s baked as we speak. And they don’t have to wait much for it, since folks at Tech Radar wrote that the smartphone will be released in late July. According to various sources, it is said to have powerful Snapdragon 835 processor and a price of about $699 (£640/AU$1,060).
Finally, it’s here! Nokia has just announced their upcoming smartphone: Nokia 6! HMD Global, the company that will launch this smartphone under the Nokia brand has officially announced Nokia 6, a mid-range smartphone that comes with Android 7.0 Nougat. The bad news is that this smartphone is designed for the Chinese market. Nokia 6 comes with a unibody aluminum. Under the hood, we find a 1.1GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor, Adreno 505 GPU and 4GB of RAM. The display has 5.5.
I owned a Nokia N8 before, and the GPS software on that smartphone was amazing, compared to the later iPhone’s GPS software that I’ve used. The Nokia GPS had free offline maps for the whole world, turn-by-turn voice navigation, street navigation and many cool things. Of course, not everything was perfect. Connecting to the GPS satellites took much longer than iPhone. I always thought what a Nokia GPS software and iPhone power combined together would look like. Nokia was planning a.
Although Nokia was really big once, they are losing their cell phone leader position to Apple and Samsung, and thanks to their latest marketing mistakes, they are losing fans… I’m sad about this because I really loved Nokia phones, but it seems they can’t keep up with competition. But, they are still trying to innovate and create new devices like this solar powered charger: Portable Solar Charger DC-40. It can charge a 1000mAh onboard battery in 4 hours. Nokia writes that.
Nokia is about to launch two new models, Nokia Lumia 820 and Nokia Lumia 920. Although they messed up their latest Lumia 920 ad using another camera to shoot the video, the products are outstanding. The two smartphones are based on Windows Phone 8 OS and they are going to be released, most likely, on 26 October, when Microsoft has scheduled an event for the launch of Windows 8 PC. Let’s see some specs comparisons of Nokia Lumia 820 vs Nokia Lumia 920 vs Samsung Galaxy S3 vs Note2 vs Apple.
This headset connects via Bluetooth, and it will be available in four colors Nokia announces a new product: the wireless headphones named Purity Pro, which can be connected to Lumia smartphones via Bluetooth. Headphones are made by Monster, the company behind the “Beats by Dr. Dre” headphones. “The Purity Pro users can enjoy an unprecedented audio performance, with all the benefits of wireless connectivity”, said Noel Lee, CEO of Monster. Purity Pro are NFC compatible.
How good are the pictures taken with the camera of a smartphone? Three phones have undergone more testing. Here are the results of Nokia 808 PureView vs. Apple iPhone 4S vs. HTC One X camera test: Interior test Full rezolution: 808 PureView, iPhone 4S, One X Movement test Low light, no flash: Low light + flash: It would have been even more interest if they were tested cameras from Samsung and Sony Xperia Galaxy S III S. Who won the tests? more on cnet
This round, Nokia go for ads with naked girls in the elevator in order to win the competition with Samsung and Apple. Nokia sold the most phones with plans on amazon.com. But this was not enough for them, so they launched an advertising campaign unprecedented in Russia. Enjoy these commercials with special bands, famous characters from Angry Birds, and girls dancing provocatively in the elevator. Amazing Nokia Lift: Angry Birds Amazing Nokia Lift: Girls
Inspired by Nokia: The Rise and Fall I thought it would be nice to see the first Nokia Phone – Mobira Senator – released in 1992. I’m sure who owned this phone was rich and famos. A piece of history. Thank you Nokia! If you are interested in a more detailed Nokia history, I recommend The Nokia Revolution : The Story of an Extraordinary Company That Transformed an Industry