Category: Nokia


Nokia’s Android phone will reportedly see store shelves: WSJ

According to the Wall Street Journal, Nokia’s Android phone, Nokia X, will be announced at Mobile World Congress later this month. Though it in no way poses a threat to Apple and Samsung, the so-called ‘Normady‘ phone could be the first of many moves to shut down the remaining vestiges of Symbian in favour of


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Complete specs of the Android-powered Nokia Normandy leak online

The rumours and many leaks of Nokia releasing an Android-powered smartphone could very well be true. Over the past number of months there has been a scattering of information about the Nokia “Normandy” — this has said to be targeted to the emerging markets and will be a customized version of Google’s Android OS. The



Nokia posts disappointing Lumia sales as Microsoft deal nears completion

Next quarter, Nokia will be a very different company. Without a Devices division dragging it down, the Finnish company can finally refocus on its NSN division and leave the handset sales to a company familiar with disappointment, Microsoft. Lumping its handset sales into “Discontinued Operations,” Nokia was less than forthcoming about the fact that this



Rogers and Fido releasing the Nokia Lumia 625 February 11th

The Nokia Lumia 625 was officially announced last July, then arrived on TELUS in October. Coming this February to both Rogers and Fido is this entry-level Windows Phone 8 device. An internal doc we received reveals that Rogers and Fido will launch the Lumia 625 on February 11th for $0 on a Voice-only or Voice



Nokia’s Android UI borrows the best aspects of Windows Phone: leak

A new screenshot duo from @evleaks makes plain the Windows Phone influence on Nokia’s Android UI. Over the past few weeks, we’ve seen a multitude of leaks from Nokia’s rumoured ‘Normandy‘ Android smartphone, developed for the Indian market as a dual-SIM device. While the hardware looks every bit a low-cost Asha derivative, the forked Android



Android-powered Nokia Normandy press render leaks online, looks to be dual-SIM

The Nokia Normandy, which is reportedly their upcoming Android-powered smartphone, has leaked many times online. Earlier today a prototype of the device surfaced and now reputable device leaker @evleaks has followed his consistent pattern by leaking a new image of the entry-level Android. Looking incredibly sharp, the Nokia Normandy looks like, if launched, will come



Rogers and Telus begin rolling out Lumia Black update for the Lumia 1020

Nokia has begun rolling out one of the most anticipated updates to the Lumia ecosystem since the launch of Windows Phone 8 in November, 2012. The OEM has taken the minor improvements found in Windows Phone 8′s more generalized GDR3 update and added substantial user-facing improvements, including the addition of folders on the home screen;



Nokia’s Android interface leaks, shows Asha and Windows Phone inspiration

There’s more evidence today that Nokia has been working on an Android device for developing markets. The company has been long-rumoured to developing a low-cost smartphone, dubbed Normandy, with a forked version of Android. This means that the device would not have access to Google Play, but would be supported via a third-party app ecosystem



Android-powered Nokia ‘Normandy’ apparently leaks

2014 will be a crazy year for mobile: Sony might make a Windows Phone and Nokia’s Android-powered is once again circling the web. A supposed screenshot of the rumoured Nokia ‘Normandy’ Android prototype has surfaced on the Chinese social network Weibo. The device looks similar to the Normandy render that leaked online earlier this month, minus



The Best Smartphones of 2013

In this year’s Best Of, we’re going to focus on our favourite smartphones, tablets, wearables and accessories. In our fourth instalment, we take a look at the best smartphones. This was the year of the “good cheap” smartphone. As parts prices dropped and operating systems matured, we saw sublime offerings from many companies, most notably Motorola and Nokia.