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Nokia X Review: Nokia's first Android is a poorly executed novel idea

Nokia's first Android-powered phone is meant to slot in a new product segment between the low-end Asha feature phones and Lumia smartphones. Despite reading a few pieces on the Nokia X, nothing really prepared me for the first time I used it. Surely a handset released in 2014, even if it is at the lower end of the product tree, couldn’t feel this unfinished.

Nokia announces Lumia 930 priced at $599

Nokia announces Lumia 930 priced at $599

Nokia showed up at Microsoft’s Build 2014 conference with a new flagship smartphone in tow, the Lumia 930. If you’re thinking this phone looks a bit familiar, you’d be right as it’s essentially the international version of the Lumia Icon. …
Neowin: Nokia X Review

Neowin: Nokia X Review

Nokia was rumored to launch an Android based smartphone for over a year, but later reports indicated the project had been scrapped once Microsoft decided to purchase their Devices and Services division. Now, here we are nearly six months later…

Nokia Lumia 525 Review: A small update to Windows Phone's most popular handset

In nearly every way, the Lumia 525 is the same as the Lumia 520, however since the 520 launched at the start of 2013 the entry-level smartphone market has changed; new hardware has been unveiled for budget devices, and older parts have become cheaper. The competition is also ferocious, specifically Motorola's Moto G comes to mind. How does the Lumia 525 fit into the equation in 2014?

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