Following the news that Nokia is set to release a new range of smartphones and tablets we thought we’d delve into the archives to look at some of Nokia’s more unusual offerings.
Nokia may not be a phone maker any more, but they’re still interested in the mobile industry… and by the end of this year, they’ll be a much bigger part of it. The Finnish company announced the acquisition of health firm Withings today, in a deal worth €170 million in cash (£132 million).
Nokia (and by extension Microsoft) have been one of the biggest proponents of Qi wireless charging technology, with the phone makers including Qi in most of their flagship phones. They’ve also supported the wireless charging standard with a number of charging pads and other accessories. Their latest effort is the Nokia DT-903, a rather boring name […]
Six months after acquiring Nokia’s handset division, Microsoft is looking to continue Nokia’s tradition of making durable, affordable handsets for millions around the world. The Nokia 215 is their first attempt, and it’s one of the most exciting products that the company has released in years. The Nokia 215 is a classic dumbphone in the […]
Nokia has just unveiled their first device after splitting from Microsoft: the Nokia N1. This Android tablet looks the spitting image of the iPad Mini 3, but there’s more here than meets the eye. Take a look. Like an iPad Mini 3, but better The design of the N1 is similar to the iPad Mini 3, […]