Nokia

Nokia Lumia 525 Vs Moto G: Which Budget Phone Should You Buy?

December 16, 2013
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The Nokia Lumia 520 was an unexpected success for the Finnish tech company that had been trying to regain its hold in the smartphone market. In an attempt to cash in on the phenomenal success of the Nokia Lumia 520, the company has recently launched the Nokia Lumia 525 as a successor to the previous […]

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Why Nokia Should Focus On Making More Affordable Lumia Phones

November 6, 2013
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Nokia is considered one amongst the leading manufacturers of mobile phones and accessories for the past two decades. Nokia initially set up shop in collaboration with Siemens. They carried out huge productions in the telecommunication field and started to rule the global market with elan. They have been known for launching different ranges of mobile […]

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Nokia caught with a fake Lumia 920 recording

November 18, 2012
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This is not “new” news, but I think when a company the size of Nokia screws up this bad and gets caught with their hand in the cookie jar, they deserved to be called out more than just once when the news is still fresh. So basically, Nokia released an ad for their Lumia 920 […]

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The Nokia Lumia 900 squares up to its predecessor, the Lumia 800

February 16, 2012
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There is nothing like an upgrade to allow smartphone users to consider how far their favourite manufacturer has come along. The Nokia Lumia 800 was a definite watershed for Nokia. Its first Windows Phone device, representing a shedding of its in-house Symbian technology, the device combined a good build and design with an impressive operating […]

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What You Need To Know About The Symbian Anna Update For Nokia N8

September 2, 2011
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The long wait for the Symbian Anna firmware update for Nokia N8 is over. Nokia has been rolling out the new update for more than a week now. First announced on Nokia’s official blog, the Symbian Anna update targets N8 users in Europe and Asia. Countries where the update was already released include the United […]

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Apple Makes More Money On Cellphones Than Nokia & I’m Giving Up On My iPhone!

November 19, 2009
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Apple has taken over Nokia, when looking at profit by selling cellphones, according to a recent study by Strategy Analytics. With operating profits in the third quarter of $1.6 billion (estimated by Strategy Analytics), they made more money by Nokia with $1.1 billion. Apple sold 7.4 million iPhones during the third quarter (July-September), generating sales […]

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Nokia N900 – The Journey Starts Here (A Cool Video)

November 13, 2009
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I’m not a Nokia fan, I haven’t liked many of their phones for several years, but their new N900 looks like an interesting piece of tech that I wouldn’t mind getting my greasy fingers all over. At least just to try out the Linux Maemo system it’s running. The Journey Starts Here Nokia (or their […]

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Nokia 7705 Twist: Square’ish Swivel Mobile Phone?

September 14, 2009
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By looking at the picture to the right, you’d be forgiven to think that this thing is some fancy trivet, when it’s actually a real cellular mobile phone from Nokia. This new funny looking phone is the 7705 Twist and comes with a QWERTY keyboard and a design that doesn’t look too ergonomic or practical. […]

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Nokia Announces X3 And X6 – Music Phones

September 2, 2009
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Today Nokia announced their X-Series Music phones at Nokia World 2009 event in Stuttgart, Germany. As expected, the new Nokia N900 smartphone were introduced, but other than that, not a lot of breaking news to report. There was however room for a couple of music related news. Nokia X6 and Nokia X3 are the newest […]

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Nokia 6301 iSync Plugin (6300 iSync)

August 10, 2009

Nokia 6300/6301 is not supported by Apple’s iSync per default, so in order to get 6301 iSync compatibility you will need to install a custom iSync plugin. This 6301 iSync plugin allows you to synchronize using bluetooth. It will synchronize data from your Address Book such as name, addresses, etc. as well as data from […]

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Nokia 5800 iSync Plugin

August 10, 2009

Nokia 5800 is not supported by Apple’s iSync per default, so in order to get 5800 iSync compatibility you will need to install a third party plugin. So far the only suitable plugin I’ve found is one supplied from Nokia themselves, so it should be working quite well. Download it here: Nokia 5800 iSync. This […]

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Nokia: N97 Will Prove Superior To iPhone 3GS

July 10, 2009

The United Kingdom general manager from Nokia, Mark Loughran, is confident that their N97 will “prove superior” to the iPhone 3GS due to it’s better camera, lower tariffs and it’s “radical change in styling from the N96”. Nokia is dubbing its new high-end mobile a “mini computer” with added QWERTY keyboard and larger screen, I […]

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Apple might beat Nokia in future "mobile war"

June 28, 2009

Despite advanced smartphones and being the largest phone manufacturer in the world, Nokia simply cannot cope with Apple when it comes to content and the use of software within the phones. That might cause serious problems for Nokia, when the “future mobile war” begins. The biggest advantage with the Apple iPhone is surely the App […]

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