HMD Global is set to launch its new Nokia X in China next week. Touted to be Nokia’s new mid-range offering, the smartphone is also the first Nokia branded device to embrace the notched display. With few days to its launch, the Nokia X has made its way to TENAA. The Nokia X with model number TA-1099 has been certified by TENAA, China’s telecom regulatory body. This is the same... Read More
HMD Global has made a habit of launching Nokia phones with old monikers and latest hardware. A few of them are the Nokia 8 Sirocco, Nokia 3310 and the Nokia 8110. Tomorrow, there will be another smartphone adding to the list, which is the Nokia X. The Finnish company has already set a launch event for unveiling the Nokia X in China tomorrow, but until now, it did not officially... Read More
There has been a Nokia phone which has been the centre of talks for a long time now. The phone we are talking about here is the Nokia X. The new device which is still pending for an official confirmation has however received certification from wireless authority China Compulsory Certification (CCC) that oversees the pricing of the phone and ensures that the device is righteously priced. The main highlight of... Read More
Recently, concept renders of a futuristic looking phone dubbed “Nokia X” emerged online. Rumours of the Nokia 10 have been floating around ever since HMD Global acquired the licensing rights over the Nokia brand name. Now, an ithome report hints the commercial launch date of Nokia X has been revealed. A person posted images of a Nokia X advertisement found in a multiplex in China. HMD Global seems not only... Read More
How did Nokia X come to the market? Everyone was surprised when it was announced in September that Microsoft was planning to acquire Nokia's Devices and Services division for $7.2 billion. Right before the acquisition was made official, rumours of Nokia working on an Android based device started making rounds of the Internet. Nokia's move to Android was justified given that its Windows Phone venture had not worked out as expected.... Read More
Nokia is facing the heat of the launch of the Moto E and as a result the price of the Nokia X has dropped to roughly Rs 6,700. But in a move to counter the effects of the same, it has just launched the Nokia X+ in the country with a price tag of Rs 8,399. The Nokia X+ features slightly better set of specifications than the Nokia X but... Read More
The Nokia-Microsoft deal is the talk of the town these days and new details about the future of the acquisition are coming out slowly. Recently, we came to know that Nokia Oyj will be renamed Microsoft Mobile Oy and the latest word that has come out is that Nokia as a brand name will soon see its sunset. Microsoft intends on rebranding the handset business soon and won’t be using... Read More
Eight months after the announcement that Microsoft will acquire Nokia's devices and services business for around $7.2 billion, Microsoft has now completely acquired Nokia's said divisions and related infrastructure today (except its manufacturing plants in Chennai and Korea). Nokia's will now be a completely owned, separately functioning subsidiary of Microsoft. Microsoft will own 'Lumia' and 'Asha' brands. Nokia is barred from using its brand name on any mobile device for... Read More
Nokia X, first Android based smartphone from Nokia which was launched last month has received a major price cut today. Originally, launched at a price of Rs 8,599, is now selling for Rs 7,027. [caption id="attachment_115322" align="aligncenter" width="614"] Nokia X Android Smartphone[/caption] Running on a custom version of Android v4.1.2 JellyBean, the device has looks borrowed from the Lumia smartphones while the UI looks like a mix of Asha OS... Read More
Nokia, in association with Bharti Airtel , today announced an exclusive FREE 3G Data offer for the newly launched Nokia X the forked Android smartphone. Airtel prepaid customers across all circles buying the Nokia X will now be able to enjoy 500 MB of free 3G data per month for 3 months. Customers in non 3G circles can enjoy the same benefit on 2G data. Post exhaustion of the 500... Read More
Nokia today announced its first forked Android smartphone, the Nokia X, at Rs. 8,599 for the Indian market. Nokia is the highly customized version of Android, based on the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) comes with a 4-inch IPS capacitive display, powered by a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon dual-core processor paired with 512MB of RAM, 3MP camera and Dual SIM (GSM - 3G). The device has 4GB of internal storage and... Read More
Nokia’s most awaited forked Android smartphone, the Nokia X will be launched in India on 10 March. Nokia India has sent us an invite for an event on March 10, where it will launch the Nokia X. We expect; Nokia may also announce its other forked android phones the X+ and XL. The Nokia X would start retailing for Rs.8,499 approx in Indian market. The Nokia X comes with a... Read More
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Vi can free up those 2G spectrum for 5G. And can rely on BSNL for 2G
Now we are talking. Phone should be made with width less than 68-69mm whatever the screen size.
It is not funny anymore! Don’t underestimate the innovation and market expertise from Vodafone group
Interesting. Hope Vi will invest in network expansion.
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