The Asha 210, which was teased by Nokia earlier this week, was officially unveiled today, sporting a physical QWERTY keyboard and modest specs aimed at emerging markets.
This Wednesday, Nokia will be making an announcement of "something new," with all signs pointing to a phone equipped with a QWERTY keyboard.
Very large smartphones are all the rage the days, and Nokia is supposedly getting on the bandwagon. AN unconfirmed report ays the company is working on its first phablet.
An Italian blogger claims to have gotten his hands on a spec sheet for the Nokia Lumia 928, which is rumored to be coming to T-Mobile and possibly Verizon.
Hints abound that the Finnish phone maker may have a solar-powered device in the works and will possibly target emerging markets first.
The rules are different for smartphones, which is why Windows Phone 8 support will end after just two years.
The Nokia Lumia 928, an updated version of the Lumia 920, is supposedly headed to Verizon as soon as next month, according to reports.
A rash of hardware failures among two major Windows Phone 8 devices, the HTC 8X and the Nokia Lumia 920, has users wondering what's happening and what's being done to fix it.
If you break your phone, who do you call (after getting a replacement phone, that is) to get the data off your old one?
Verizon CFO Fran Shammo expects subsidies for smartphones to fall over the next two to three years, meaning consumers will be paying more.
The new generation of Qualcomm mobile processors can do more than just speed up your apps. With the 2013 generation of Snapdragon chips, Qualcomm is introducing Quick Charge 2.0, which it claims will charge the phone up to 75% faster than the competition.
The Lumia 720 was one of the Windows Phone 8 models Nokia unveiled at MWC. We got some hands-on time with this device, and came away pleased.
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