The first Nokia tablet running Android is the T20, and with a 2K 10.4-inch screen and 64GB storage aims to be an affordable and long-lasting Android alternative to competitors and iPads, while the new G50 5G smartphone is the latest 5G model to enter the Australian market.
Billed as being "built for the rough and tumble of everyday life," HMD Global says its Nokia XR20 is "the latest life-proof phone concealed in a sleek, timeless design," with "four years of monthly security updates, an industry-leading three warranty and three years of OS upgrades."
For the second year running, Nokia smartphones, made by HMD Global, have topped the trust rankings of technology analyst firm Counterpoint Research. Software, security, build quality and enterprise-recommended devices were considered for the rankings. OnePlus was ranked second.
Unlocking Aussie mobile security sentiments and habits, the report reveals "nationwide confusion over critical security concepts – leading to risky habits", plus some top smartphone security tips
Chipmaker Qualcomm Technologies has released its first 5G mobile platform in the 6-series, the Snapdragon 690 5G, which it claims will pave for the way for cheaper smartphones that can use the new technology.
HMD Global is the home of Android-powered Nokias, and I spoke to A/NZ Country Manager James Robinson about consumers investing in upgradeable rather than disposable tech as Nokia launches its 2.2 model with removable battery.
Chinese smartphone companies increased their share of the European market in 2018 even as the total shipments to Europe for the calendar year fell 4% to 197 million units.
New Zealand’s largest telco Spark says it will continue as an exclusive Nokia carrier in its partnership with HMD Global, the home of Nokia.
With HMD reportedly having outsold virtually all Android competitors except Samsung, all those sales obviously still weren't enough to avoid needing an additional US$100 million.
New Zealand’s largest telco Spark is claiming first mover rights in its home market with the launch of Google’s Android One program through Nokia’s newest additions of Android smartphones.
Taking its first bite of Android Oreo 8.0 is the Nokia 8, and with 8 eating 8.0, HMD Global says it ingests "a truly pure and secure version of Android Oreo, packed with the latest features to make content creation and sharing even more fun".
The Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association has announced that “HMD Global, the home of Nokia phones, has joined MobileMuster".
With the Microsoft nightmare now long behind it, Nokia is re-establishing its exclusive collaboration with Zeiss, rekindling a “commitment to set new imaging standards for Nokia smartphone consumers".
When rumours that Nokia was getting back into phones surfaced, the company first said "no", and then "yes". Finally, there’s more detail.
Nokia’s Symbian-based smartphones from the last decade are seen as today’s "feature phones",’ and it’s a business Microsoft is selling to Foxconn and HMD Global.
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