Nokia articles

This is the Nokia Moonraker, a smartwatch killed by Microsoft

Up until the company's acquisition by Microsoft, Nokia was working on a smartwatch known as 'Moonraker', which featured a square display, a Windows Phone-like operating system, and colorful straps that matched the bold style used on the company's Lumia smartphones. …

Uber reportedly wants Nokia's Here maps for $3 billion

According to The New York Times, ridesharing company Uber has reportedly put in a bid to purchase Nokia's Here mapping division for the grand total of $3 billion. Nokia has been looking to offload Here for the past few months, and…

Nokia will not be re-entering the smartphone market

Last week, a rumor appeared that suggested Nokia was working to re-enter the smartphone market as early as next year, thanks to the efforts of a small team within the company's Technologies division. Considering mobile phones are a big part of…

Nokia Lumia 735 Review: The latest mid-range from Microsoft

Selfies are a huge trend and yet most front facing phone cameras still suck. Looking to address this problem, Microsoft's latest mid-range handset dubbed the “selfie phone,” comes with a higher resolution five megapixel front facing camera. Although the Lumia 735’s standout feature is the selfie cam, it comes packing many other features we’ve come to love from Lumias.

Neowin: Hands-on with Microsoft's new Lumia 730 and 830

Earlier today, Microsoft announced three new additions to its Windows Phone range: the Nokia Lumia 830, Lumia 735 and Lumia 730 (although the latter two are different versions of the same device - the 735 with 4G LTE connectivity, and the 730 with 3G…

Lumia 930 Review: Nokia's best smartphone yet

The Lumia 930 is Nokia’s new flagship and successor to the Lumia 925. You might notice that this handset looks very similar to the Lumia Icon the company released earlier this year exclusively on Verizon, and that’s because it's essentially the international version of the Icon, packing Windows Phone 8.1 out of the box. Hardware-wise you get a large, 5-inch 1080p display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 SoC, and Nokia’s signature 20-megapixel PureView camera.