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 provided detailed recommended hardware configurations for three Tablet categories. It has categorized smartphones in 7” Tablet, 8” Tablet and Large Tablet” categories and has also listed the recommended specifications for various components. 7” Tabs are marked as low cost, will come running Windows 10 Mobile and will support
Evan Blass of Evleaks fame has teased some Lumia codenames apart from well-known Cityman (Lumia 940) and Talkman (Lumia 940 XL). Meet Guilin, Honjo, Saana & Saimaa. While we don't know which codename belongs to which but we have reported about four upcoming Lumia devices: Two higher-end mid-rangers RM-1127 A new mid-ranger Everyone's heard
Windows 10 for Phones and Tablets was officially revealed by Microsoft on 21st January and come February, it will be here running on registered "Phone Insider" smartphones. You can read all the revealed details about Windows 10 for Phone and Tablets at our dedicated page. While some details have been revealed
Here are the major changes and new features revealed coming with Windows 10 for phones and Tablets. It will be applicable for all the devices with display size less than 8-inch. Enhanced Action center: Can be expanded to show many more quick action buttons and actionable toast notifications are finally here Revamped
With leak of latest Windows 10 build, Build 9901, one interesting possibility came to light and it seems Windows Mobile will replace Windows Phone as the name of Microsoft's new Windows 10 smartphone operating system. Now, a LinkedIn profile throws more light on this possibility and it seems the Windows 10
Living up to its promise of bringing "HERE" mapping services to every platform without its own mapping asset, Nokia will make HERE maps available to yet to be launched Linux based Ubuntu smartphones and Tablets. Nokia has made this announcement in its Q2 earnings release, Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, will