The 2016-founded KaiOS Technologies has managed to secure a high-profile Google investment to accelerate the growth of the "smart feature phone" OS.
Spring is almost over, and the 4G LTE-enabled Nokia 8110, aka the reimagined banana phone or Matrix phone, finally has a price tag and semi-specific release date... in two Asian markets.
The Nokia name is coming back strong for consumers around the world, but brand licensee HMD wants to kick things into gear to tackle the Indian market.
The 4.5-inch Nokia 1 runs Android Oreo (Go edition), rolling out in early April at an extremely low price. As for the "reloaded" and even cheaper Nokia 8110, it may not be as "dumb" as you think.
Finnish startup HMD Global reportedly shipped as many as 4.4 million Nokia smartphones in Q4 2017, and close to 60 million feature phones in total last year, looking at even higher numbers for 2018.
India's extremely important smartphone market was dominated by Xiaomi rather than Samsung during the final quarter of last year, while Reliance Jio won the local feature phone trophy.
The luxury phone producer is liquidating its assets to pay back a mountain of debt. Much has been lost, but it could all be your gain if you'd like.
We know you're excited by the prospect of a Zeiss-powered Nokia flagship smartphone, but for the time being, you're only getting a pair of dumb new Nokias.
Microsoft has technically sold its feature phone business back in May, but Foxconn's acquisition isn't confirmed yet, so here's the Nokia 216.