As for the new Symbian S40 6th Edition handsets announced today at Nokia World 2011, it's clear that Nokia is pushing for a death of the "dumb phone" even though it's hard to call the new Asha handsets smartphones, but they most definitely fall in the feature phone category. The four new models are the
As per the leak hours before the launch event, Nokia's two new Windows Phone 7 handsets did indeed end up being the Lumia 800 and Lumia 710 and technically speaking, there's very little difference between the two handsets. Also announced at Nokia World 2011 was the Asha 303, Asha 300, Asha 201 and Asha 200
With only hours to go until Nokia's big reveal, but sadly for Nokia, the last details of its upcoming handsets have leaked ahead of the launch. We already had a good idea with regards to the specifications, especially as we're looking at a pair of Windows Phone 7 handsets here (as well as one Symbian
Today, Nokia Singapore showcased their new smartphones, Nokia 700, Nokia 701 and Nokia 603, based on the Symbian Belle platform. In addition, the company also introduced Near Field Communication (NFC) services for businesses and consumers.
The MeeGo platform was jointly announced by Nokia and Intel last year, but the first MeeGo device only came to market recently. The Nokia N9 sports a sleek design, ease of use and unique swipe technology that lets you navigate between apps conveniently.
The new Nokia 603 is equipped with the latest Symbian Belle operating system and with the Nokia Luna Bluetooth headset, both aim to bring Near Field Communication (NFC) to mass market. The Nokia 603 smartphone and Luna Bluetooth headset are scheduled to be available in Q4 this year.
Details of Nokia's upcoming Windows Phone 7 handsets are starting to appear if we're to believe the rumours. As with every other Windows Phone handset maker, Nokia seems to be limited to the same Qualcomm SoC and in this case it's the MSM8x55 depending on CDMA/UMTS support, even though the rumours are only mentioning a
At this year's CommunicAsia, Nokia showcased their N9 smartphone, the company's first device based on the MeeGo ""Harmattan" mobile operating system. And today, the Finnish company officially announced the product in Singapore. Yes, the Nokia N9 will be retailing from all three telco operators in the coming weeks
Nokia has recently announced three new members to their smartphones lineup – Nokia 600, Nokia 700 and Nokia 701. The three new smartphones claim to be feature-packed, mass market mobile devices that run the latest Symbian Belle.
Owners of Nokia N8, C7, C6-01, and E7 would love this piece of good news. The Finnish company has announced that the software update for the phones (codenamed Symbian Anna) will be available for download from 2 September next month. More details inside.
Have the initial reports of Nokia's upcoming N9 smartphone reignited your interest in obtaining a MeeGo-powered smartphone from the Finnish telecommunications company? If your answer to that question is a "yes", this might just be a good time to start saving, for Nokia has just published a countdown page of sorts for what is allegedly
Nokia may have already committed itself to transitioning towards Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 mobile operating system, but if you thought that the Finnish communication corporation's desicion would result in the quick and decisive death of its existing Symbian operating system, well, you could not have been further from the truth. Apparently, word has it that
Nokia released its latest smartphone known as the Nokia 500 which runs on the Symbian Anna operating system and is set to debut this quarter.
Finnish phone manufacturer Nokia has announced that it will be investing US$127 million (or 80 million UK pounds) in promotional activities and advertising for its upcoming Windows Phone 7 devices that are slated to launch in Q4 this year. Read on.
OpenCL may be a great API for giving applications access to the GPU for non-graphical computing in order to leverage its raw power for achieving greater performance levels, but the prominence of web-based apps means that there is a need to grant web developers the same low-level access in order to ensure that browser-based apps do
Considering how a large app repository is vital to any mobile phone platform's survival today, what is an established mobile phone company like Nokia to do now that it needs to find a way to encourage developers to produce applications for its software platform? Simple: organize a competition and put some fascinating prices up for
Nokia unveiled the N9, the company's first MeeGo device, at the Nokia Connection in Singapore last week. And not long after, the Finnish company's internal presentation was leaked, including a Windows Phone 7 smartphone codenamed "Sea Ray".
This year's Nokia Connection is slightly different from the past years. Firstly, it is hosted on the same day as Communicasia and the company has a booth at the convention hall. On top of that, Nokia's CEO, Stephen Elop, is in town to deliver his keynote speech. VR-Zone brings you the coverage.
Today, Nokia Singapore held a media preview for their new E6 and X7 smartphones, based on the latest Symbian Anna operating system. Read on for the details.
It will be some time till we see the Windows Phone 7 devices from Nokia. Meanwhile, the Finnish company has unveiled two new smartphones today, the Nokia E6 and X7, aimed at business users and entertainment enthusiasts respectively.