This week’s Android Circuit includes leaks on the Samsung Galaxy S8, the momentum is building behind the Google Pixel, the return of the Nokia brand to the smartphone world, Samsung Pay's UK delay, the end of another round of patent litigation, and the Pixel's Black Friday success.
HMD Global and FIH Mobile on Thursday announced that they had completed their buyout of Nokia assets from Microsoft which opens a way for return of Nokia branded smartphones to the market. As expected, HMD and FIH will keep selling Nokia-branded...Show More Summary
Nokia has been searching for new businesses to break into ever since it retreated from the smartphone business. And after a few years of research, the Finnish company decided to move into virtual reality 360-degree capture cameras. The company launched its groundbreaking Ozo in March for $60,000, and then it cut the price to $45,000 […]
This week we're talking about an old friends return to Android, Pixel outperforming the iPhone on Black Friday, new Galaxy S8 rumors, and OnePlus 3T impressions.
This week on the AppleInsider podcast, Victor and Mikey discuss the the iPhone 7 production rumors, the surprise acquisition of Pebble by Fitbit, and Nokia's brand revival from the dead.
Andrew and Katie discuss Nokia's upcoming Android phones, Ofcom's battle with BT and what happens when you go to an all-night cat rave.
Better late than never, the saying goes. After almost a decade of waiting for Nokia to embrace Android, we may finally see it happen. The former undisputed leader of the phone business was overthrown in the iPhone and Android revolution. Show More Summary
Nokia will receive royalty payments from a Finnish firm for sales of branded phones and tablets over the next decade.
Nokia may be making a comeback in 2017!
The new Nokia Android phones will be available in the first half of 2017 and have been made in "close partnership" with Google, Foxconn and Nokia itself.
After Microsoft's throwing away of the Nokia brand name, a company has licensed the brand and is planning on tackling Samsung and Apple's on the smartphone field of battle after an initial wave of feature phones.
Effort promises more than your typical "zombie brand" resurrection.
Nokia will reenter the mobile market in 2017 with Android-powered smartphones. The company has launched a brand new website dedicated to its phones, acting as a proper precursor to the phones and tablets it plans on launching next year. Nokia is working with HMD Global Oy (HMD) to make this goal a reality through a brand licensing deal [...]
Fallen mobile phone giant Nokia is about to (attempt to) rise again next year with new phones — this time based on Android. The plan has been known for a while, but it's now official, as the company itself confirmed it in a press release...Show More Summary
Nokia, once the world's top mobile phone maker, will make a comeback on the smartphone market in the first half of 2017, the company and its licensee said Thursday.
Nokia fans can expect a new Nokia-branded smartphone by the first half of 2017, according to HMD, the company now behind the handsets.
Nokia Android smartphones are coming in 2017, says the company's website. They'll be made by another Finnish company under license.
Nokia today said it plans to return to the smartphone business during the first half of 2017 through its partnership with HMD Global. HMD Global recently completed a series of transactions between HMD, FIH Mobile Limited, and Microsoft that will allow it to make phones bearing the Nokia brand. Show More Summary