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    As Mobile World Congress almost comes to a close tomorrow, we thought it best to bring you a quick ‘what-all-that-mattered-at MWC’ today. The star of the event was Samsung taking over the entire MWC with its S9 and S9+ with Nokia and many others in the wake of a fully packed event at Barcelona this ...
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    At $97 (do your math in rupees) the new Nokia 8110 from the past is going ‘back to future’. Ideally suited for the minimal in smartphone technology Nokia 8110 launched at MWC 2018 focuses on keeping the battery power for a lasting duration and a retro model (which many people would want with basic and ...
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    After many years in the background, NOKIA one of the first mobile handset giants worldwide has staged a dramatic comeback. In 2017 NOKIA launched the much anticipated 7. As that was not enough, NOKIA is bound to launch an upgraded version of 7 namely NOKIA 7+ this year. Well equipped with appropriate chipsets and RAM ...
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    HMD Global in a truly shocking development has announced on Wednesday that its CEO Arto Nummela the man entrusted to lead Nokia revival is leaving the company with immediate effect. The announcement comes a little over a year after HMD Global acquired rights to use Nokia’s brand for mobile phones and tablets. The Finnish company didn’t share ...
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    HMD Global, the Finnish company that licensed the rights to produce Nokia phones, and Carl ZEISS AG the German optical giant have announced that they are signing an exclusive partnership. In past Nokia-built phones used Carl ZEISS optics for years, heralding it as a selling point for the popular N95 smartphone a decade ago. Their collaboration ...
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    Nokia is ready to be a consumer brand again. Of course, to many, it never stopped. Even as its phone business changed hands to Microsoft and then to HMD Global, the Nokia brand never really died. So much so that HMD Global’s latest line of phones still bear the Nokia name, despite having nothing to do with Nokia itself. But ...