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Apple and Samsung go high, Nokia goes up, down, and all around

Apple and Samsung go high, Nokia goes up, down, and all around

Apple and Samsung are making no qualms with their efforts to bring the most expensive mass-market smartphones to the public. The iPhone X is the most expensive iPhone ever, and Samsung's smartphone collection continues to inch upward in price across the board - Galaxy S9, S9 Plus, and newest Note included. Nokia, meanwhile, just revealed their full spread for 2018 - a set phones aimed to take on everything the company might've felt Samsung and Apple missed.

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Nokia and Vodafone team to launch LTE on the Moon in 2019

Nokia and Vodafone team to launch LTE on the Moon in 2019

Nokia has been tapped by Vodafone to help the company realize its goal of putting LTE connectivity on the Moon. Assuming everything goes according to plan, the LTE coverage will be launched on the lunar surface next year, making it possible to livestream HD video from the Moon to Earth, a milestone for space connectivity.

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Future Nokia Android phones to run Android Go

Future Nokia Android phones to run Android Go

HMD Global has done something that neither Microsoft nor Nokia itself was able to do. It successfully turned the brand around, outselling many of the larger smartphone OEMs last year. The latest batch of Nokia smartphones have become a fan favorite among Android users because of their clean, “pure”, and quickly updated Android experience. Riding on that popularity, Nokia is now making a full commitment to ship all its future Android phones as Android One devices, ensuring that they will remain “pure, secure, and up-to-date”, at least for a year and a half.

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Nokia 8 Sirocco: The most unique phone you cannot buy

Nokia 8 Sirocco: The most unique phone you cannot buy

The Nokia 8 Sirocco isn't coming to the United States, but you may well wish it was. This device has an uncommon collection of specifications to it - one we're not used to rolling with here in the United States. It begins with a 5.5-inch edge-to-edge curved pOLED 2K resolution display "in a compact form that nestles perfectly in any hand."

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Nokia 7 Plus release info and specs revealed

Nokia 7 Plus release info and specs revealed

This week the folks at Nokia revealed the Nokia 7 Plus, a "flagship hero for everyone." This device has Android One, basically closest thing you're going to get to a Nexus smartphone that exists in this crazy messed up world here in 2018. This device has a 6-inch IPS LCD display with 2160 x 1080 pixel resolution. This display is covered with a pane of "sculpted" Corning Gorilla Glass that's both laminated and polarized.

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Nokia 1 detailed for super cute Android GO release

Nokia 1 detailed for super cute Android GO release

With Nokia 1, the company's brought back some features that worked well with Windows Phone devices of yore. Here, though, they're rolling with Android. The Nokia 1 brings a "familiar design" to the present in what Nokia describes as "our most affordable package yet." This is an Android GO device, which means it's a low-end device, but its still slick.

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New Nokia 6 release details and specs

New Nokia 6 release details and specs

In the Nokia 6 is a new smartphone with a design that's already on the books. "Built on the well loved design of its predecessor," is what Nokia says about the "New Nokia 6." This smartphone has a 5.5-inch full HD (1080p) display with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 inside. This device also rolls with a 16MP rear camera with ZEISS optics and a dual-tone flash.

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Nokia 8110 4G brings back the classic banana phone

Nokia 8110 4G brings back the classic banana phone

The Nokia 8110 4G is something like the Nokia 3310 - in part because it's retro. It's also part of the Nokia Originals collection of phones for international markets. This is the 1990's banana phone for the next generation. You might remember the original from The Matrix - or in its most awesome Chiquita Banana limited edition. This new version harvests all that sweet, sweet retro gold. They're bringing the Nokia 8110 4G to the market in two editions - one black, one "Banana Yellow."

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Nokia 8 Pro with rotating penta-lens Carl Zeiss camera coming

Nokia 8 Pro with rotating penta-lens Carl Zeiss camera coming

Hungry for more and actually high-end Nokia phones? MWC 2018 next week just might satisfy your craving but in a somewhat odd way. No, it won’t be the Nokia 9, much less the Nokia 10. And it won’t be a Nokia 8 (2018) either. Instead, it will supposedly be a Nokia 8 Pro with the latest mobile processor, an 18:9 screen, and one special trick that may tickle the fancy of serious mobile photographers: five lenses that can rotate to change the camera’s focal length.

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Best mid-range Android phones for 2018

Best mid-range Android phones for 2018

MWC 2018 is almost upon us and so are the next generation of smartphones. Some of them will be quite drool-worthy, but many will probably be beyond reach, both in time and in budget. If you’re in need of a new mobile partner soon and your resources are a bit stretched thin, there are still some Android phones for you. And you won’t even have to compromise that much. Here are some of the best mid-range, wallet-friendly phones that you can actually buy now instead of waiting for a few months.

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Nokia Digital Health business not going so hot right now

Nokia Digital Health business not going so hot right now

After a couple years in the health device business, Nokia's now not quite as sure they're ready to stay. Back in April of 2016, the Nokia brand acquired the Withings brand, and all their devices along with it. At that time, acquiring Withings meant every single Withings brand device in production would switch to Nokia branding, and every device line in Withings lineup would go Nokia from that point on. That purchase might not have been Nokia's best.

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Nokia just out-sold HTC, Sony, OnePlus, and Google

Nokia just out-sold HTC, Sony, OnePlus, and Google

In the fourth quarter of the year 2017, more Nokia phones were sold than several of the most well-known brands in the USA. In the fourth quarter of the year 2017, more Nokia-branded smartphones were sold than any of the following brands: HTC, Sony, ASUS, Coolpad, Meizu, Gionee, OnePlus, Lenovo, Alcatel, and Google. This sort of threw us for a loop when we first heard it, especially since several of these brands have been at the forefront of the smartphone market here in the USA for the past half-decade or more.

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