Despite increasing rumors of Microsoft pressuring Nokia to cancel production on a number of products, including the Sirius tab and a big chunk of the Asha family, there’s really no substantial evidence that’ll happen anytime soon.
Research company Juniper forecasts 160 billion mobile app downloads in the year 2017, double of what’s expected by research firms in this year, 2013.
Nokia has begun rolling out a major new software update for its Asha powered feature phones, bringing in a plethora of new tweaks and features.
Most of you are probably on pins and needles by now in anticipation of Nokia’s likely spectacular EOS smartphone, but I’m fairly certain there are those among you that dig the Finnish company for an entirely different reason – its ultra-affordable feature phones.
ZTE is all set to launch the first Firefox OS phone for consumers, and it’s going to be cheap. How cheap? Read on to find out.
Firefox will be holding a developers’ conference in India in the coming weeks in Goa. The conference will showcase many of the upcoming Firefox OS based devices, some as cheap as $0.
Thought Nokia sold phones for dirt cheap with barely any margin? Well, the Finnish company makes profits even on their cheapest feature phone, the Nokia 105, which costs just $20.
The all new Nokia Asha 501 might be the company’s best sub $100 phone ever, is up for pre-order in India for a very affordable $90.