Major US wireless carrier T-Mobile and tech giant Nokia have recently announced that they have completed America’s first ever bidirectional over the air (OTA) 5G data session on a 5G New Radio (5G NR) system that complies with the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP). According to the official press release, the said 5G data session was accomplished in the Uncarrier’s lab located in the city of Bellevue in Washington.
Looking for an Android powered smartphone device that is priced less than two hundred bucks? Well, you might be delighted to know that HMD Global’s Nokia 3.1 can now preordered from Amazon for a price of only $159.
Fresh from acquiring an additional $100 million in funding to develop more Nokia smartphones, HMD Global is continuing to gain some momentum this year (remember that back in February early this year during the annual Mobile World Congress event, the Finnish phone maker had unveiled five new Nokia handsets) by introducing a trio of new Android powered budget friendly and midrange models -- namely the
When HMD Global had secured the licensing agreement to use the Nokia name back in December of 2016, not many were sure that the Finnish phone maker would be able to resurrect the once dominant mobile brand. But it did manage to release a range of new generation Nokia phones that are not only powered by Google’s Android (the most widely used mobile OS in the world), but are impressive midrange (mostly) devices in their own right.
HMD Global, the Finland based mobile manufacturer that is producing the new generation of Android powered Nokia branded smartphones, has recently revealed that the Nokia 6.1 is now made available in the United States mobile market for a price of $269.
Some may remember that back in February early this year, specifically during the annual Mobile World Congress event (held every year in the beautiful city of Barcelona in Spain), Sony had hinted that it would be launching a new smartphone with a super low light camera.
Around a year ago, HMD Global, the Finland based phone maker that got the rights to make use of the Nokia brand name, had debuted the Nokia 6 in the Chinese mobile market. The Nokia 6 happens to hold the distinction of being the first ever Android powered smartphone offering from the once dominant mobile brand, and sort of represents HMD’s hopes of bringing Nokia devices back to the mainstream.
HMD Global, the Finland based phone maker who acquired the license to use the Nokia brand name, has recently confirmed the existence of the Nokia 2 smartphone. Priced at a very friendly price of around $115, the Nokia 2 comes with a 5 inch Gorilla Glass display screen, paired with an 8 megapixel main camera on the rear side and a 5 megapixel selfie shooter on the front side. The device is preloaded with Google’s Android 7.0 Nougat mobile operating system, and comes in color options of Pewter/Black, Copper/Black, and Pewter/White.
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