Nokia is thrilled that its "Nokia 7 plus" smartphone has been selected as the "Consumer Smartphone of the Year" for 2018 by EISA, the Expert Imaging and Sound Association.
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.
One, six, seven, eight, who does Nokia appreciate? Android! After years of faffing around with useless Windows Phone, Nokia reborn is doing a reboot with Android, and is doing good, with the new models launching this month.
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