Popular Nokia Articles for 2004
Ed Hardy had an opportunity to try out an upcoming high-end wireless handheld from Nokia. He brings us his initial thoughts on this model, which offers a good-sized display, a[...]
Nokia has taken the wraps off the 9500 Communicator, a GSM/GPRS smart phone that will offer built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, a keyboard, and a VGA camera.
Nokia has just announced the 9300 Communicator, a scaled-down version of the company's already-announced 9500 Communicator.
Some additional information has surfaced on what is supposed to be the first model in an upcoming line of handhelds from Nokia.
Nokia has taken the wraps off two high-end Series 60 smartphones today, one of which will be a "twist-and-flip" clamshell.
The Nokia 7710 will be the first device running Nokia's Series 90 interface to actually reach the market.
According to an unconfirmed report, a source at Nokia has revealed that his company is contemplating releasing a new line of PDAs that will use Series 60.
Brighthand's Editor-in-Chief considers what it might mean for the smart phone industry if Nokia takes a controlling stake in the company that owns the Symbian OS.
Nokia has just announced the N-Gage QD, the next generation of its gaming-oriented, cellular-wireless handheld. This was created to replace the original N-Gage, which had some severe design flaws that[...]
Nokia has just announced plans to introduce later this year a Bluetooth keyboard for Series 60 smartphones.
While the current version of Nokia's gaming smart phone is struggling, a famous game developer says the next generation-model will be much better.
Nokia today announced its latest addition to its collection of megapixel imaging smartphones. It also announced its first Bluetooth GPS receiver.
Nokia's latest cellular-wireless handheld, the 9500 Communicator, can now be ordered from eXpansys.
The Nokia 7610 will be Nokia's first smart phone with a built-in megapixel camera. It will offer considerable multimedia capabilities.
Nokia is rumored to be putting the finishing touches on the 7710, a cellular-wireless handheld that will be the first Series 90 device to actually reach the market.
Although Nokia released the updated version of its gaming-oriented smartphone in much of the rest of the world back in May, it is only becoming available in America today.
It now appears that the new and improved version of Nokia's gaming-oriented smart phone will be announced in just a couple of weeks.
Nokia has just added a number of important new features to its Series 60 platform. These include multi-radio support, higher resolution displays, and enhanced enterprise support.
LG Electronics, the world's fifth-largest manufacturer of mobile phones, has licensed the Symbian OS and Nokia's Series 60. Lenovo, which was already a Series 60 licensee, has just become[...]
Nokia has shipped one million N-Gage units worldwide since sales of this gaming-oriented smartphone started eleven months ago.