The legendary hydraulic press is now heated to a thousand degrees to provide additional crushing pleasure. Here, in an unusually pointed metaphor, a Nokia candybar phone bursts into flame as it is compressed. What can defeat the hydraulic press? Glass! https://youtu.be/fIpVfHhzy5Y?t=28s
Ten years ago, Nokia and Blackberry were the hottest names in phones. Now, both are struggling to live another year.
This week’s Android Circuit includes new images of the Samsung Galaxy S8, more details on Bixby, the new Nokia smartphones and its plans for MWC, a review of the Huawei Mate 9 Pro, Samsung's folding screen smartphone, a new gold option for the OnePlus 3T, and ordering an Uber from Google Maps.
If you happen to hear that the Nokia 6 will be running CyanogenMod this week, remember what you read here: it most likely won't.
A new rumor has been making the rounds over the last days. But there's zero evidence that the supposed "Nokia 8" even exists.
A Nokia patent regarding a foldable device has been uncovered, but it might be too early to get excited about its release.
Leaked! Nokia 8 Android Smartphone to be launched in February Back with a bang! Nokia which was once considered as the sole ruler of mobile industry was long gone because they didn’t catch up with the change. But now they are back and...Show More Summary
The first brand new Nokia phone was announced only a few days ago, but the Nokia 6 (above) isn’t the kind of flagship device that you’d expect to take on the iPhone 8 and the Galaxy S8 this year. Instead, the Nokia 6 is an affordable handset that targets the Chinese market. Show More Summary
The Nokia 6 was announced at the end of CES this month to the delight of many in the smartphone world - the Finnish name has been absent for a long time - but that handset may not have been the only Android-powered Nokia handset on display in Las Vegas.
Earlier this week, HMD Global—the company that now owns the Nokia brand—unveiled its first phone: the Nokia 6. Not only will the Nokia 6 serve as HMD's first phone, it will also be the first Nokia-branded Android phone ever produced....Show More Summary
A billion mobile users abandoned Nokia, but that's not about to happen to the iPhone, argues mobile analyst Horace Dediu.
The first new Nokia phone was China-only, but this one might be a global release. The post Nokia teases new Android phone for February 26 announcement appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Nokia announcement of the Nokia 6, the first Android-powered smartphone to be manufactured under licence by Finland's HMD Global, was tempered with the fact that the Nokia 6 was going to be exclusively available in China. That looks set to change in the very near future.
The Nokia 6, the first Android smartphone with that famous Nokia brand from HMD Global, will officially go on sale in China on Thursday, January 19.
The Nokia 6 runs on Android and is already on sale in China, but it'll make its debut to the rest of the world at the end of next month, almost certainly at the world's largest mobile show.
The Nokia 6 specs have already been revealed, but check out the first hands-on with the device to get a look at it up close and personal.
Nokia recently announced the Nokia 6 for China, but according to a recent Facebook post, that’s not the only thing Nokia has cooking. As posted onto the company’s page, Nokia will make “more announcements” at MWC on February 26, 2017. ...Show More Summary