Nokia has patented a invention that may be really called futuristic. Imagine if your mobile phone can be folded and unfolded with display(s) working even in unfolded positions as one unit. And imagine if you can just join two of your smartphone displays and make them work as one.
Microsoft has now officially announced the restructuring of its Smartphone Hardware business. Not only it confirms lay-off of 1850 ex-Nokia employees, as we reported earlier but also reveals that Microsoft will take a impairment of $950 million because of this.
Microsoft Corp. on Wednesday announced plans to streamline the company's smartphone
So, the big news that we all have been waiting for is here and Nokia has announced its return to phones by granting HMD global Oy (HMD), a newly founded company based in Finland, an exclusive global license to create Nokia-branded mobile phones and tablets for the next ten years.
Microsoft has made changes to its Windows 10 Mobile's "Minimum Hardware specifications" and while we reported leak of Snapdragon 830 and addition of Snapdragon 820 and Snapdragon 625 to list of supported new processors there are more significant changes made by Microsoft. It seems with Windows 10 Mobile Redstone 1
Can you imagine a Windows 10 Mobile smartphone with crazy 20 GB RAM? Well it is certainly crazy and doesn't look possible in near future as the just leaked Snapdragon 830 processor that will not yet feature in a 2016 smarphone supports only up to 8 GB RAM. But if
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It comes as no surprise to Nokiapoweruser readers that Nokia is indeed planning to return to smartphones once its agreement with Microsoft that stops it from doing so is over. Back in June 2015, CEO Rajeev Suri had confirmed in an interview that Nokia will be back to smartphones once
So, Adduplex has made their report for February 2016 out and while they didn't find new phones from Microsoft, Samsung or HTC, but seems other vendors are bringing some interesting devices. While it is very difficult to make out anything for sure from such lists, we can take educated guesses.
Nokia is supposed to come back to smartphone market by end of 2016 with ODMs producing and bringing Nokia-branded and designed smartphones, primarily running Android as the OS with Nokia's Z Launcher as the UI. Now, images of a smartphone that have appeared consistently across Nokia's videos and press releases
As we reach to the last quarter of 2015, we are nearly one year away from what can be a new Nokia Flagship smartphone running Android. Now, while we all have seen Nokia N1's promise as the first Nokia branded product and Nokia not only handled design, prototyping and even
Nokia has released a press statement confirming what we have been telling you along. Nokia will be back to smartphones not before Q4 2016 and via brand-licensing route. CEO Rajeev Suri has also confirmed that Nokia will be back to smartphones once the agreement with Microsoft is over in 2016. We
Some very interesting info about Nokia's smartphone ambitions from our sources. While CEO Rajeev Suri has confirmed that Nokia will be back to smartphones once the agreement with Microsoft is over in 2016, we hear from our sources that it will be none other than Foxconn that will be entrusted