A new rumor that just surfaced hints towards a Nokia 6.2 that will arrive soon with a punch-hole display and dual-Zeiss-cameras.
While the Nokia 9 PureView isn't even official yet, a recent rumor talks about its successor coming in August with Snapdragon 855 and 5G support.
According to a recent rumor from Russia, the penta-lens Nokia 9 PureView should become official earlier than we thought, between CES and MWC.
It is maybe for the first time that the Nokia 9 PureView is being officially mentioned, and we're hearing that there are some delays.
An HMD Global spokesperson talked about how the company managed to sell 70 million Nokia phones in two years, and plans for 2019.
A Nokia 8.1 leak not only confirms that the phone, codenamed Phoenix, is the global version of the X7, but it will also arrive on December 5.
HMD Global is teasing a phone for India, which might end up to be the Nokia 8.1, which is the 7.1 Plus, which is the global X7. Confused yet?
According to an invitation posted on Twitter, HMD is preparing a December event where it could unveil three new Nokia phones.
A phone which looks to be the upcoming Nokia 7.1 Plus -- to be allegedly unveiled later today -- has popped up on Geekbench.
A recent research is trying to analyze the present and predict the future. It claims that 2019 smartphone shipments will be under 1.5 billion.
A new Nokia smartphone will be unveiled on October 4. Many expect the penta-lens Nokia 9 but chances are it will be something else.
A teaser was posted on Twitter and it could indicate an upcoming Nokia gaming smartphone. It could very well be something else.
A penta-lens Nokia 9 would bring five cameras to the back of the smartphone alone. Check this out to see how it might look.
The penta-lens Nokia that's been rumored and partially leaked is back in a real-life photo showing off all five of its cameras
HMD could build a Nokia smartphone that can disrupt once again, now with PureView in its posession and ZEISS to back it up.
You will be able to grab the new Nokia 6.1 Plus in India dirty cheap as of August 30 from both Flipkart and Nokia's website.
The 2016-founded KaiOS Technologies has managed to secure a high-profile Google investment to accelerate the growth of the "smart feature phone" OS.
Reportedly codenamed A1P, A1 Plus and AOP, HMD Global's first true flagship is likely to go official at IFA Berlin as the OLED-sporting Nokia 9.
Up for pre-order from Amazon and B&H Photo Video already, the entry-level Nokia 3.1 smartphone is officially launching in the US on July 2.
You can now pre-order the modestly priced, low to mid-end Nokia 3.1 from both B&H Photo Video and Amazon, with the latter promising July 2 deliveries.
The recently unveiled Nokia 3.1 appears to be on its way to at least one reputable US retailer, priced at $159 unlocked in a 16/2 gig variant.
New and old, low and high-end (and mid-range), all of HMD Global's Nokia-branded smartphones are now officially guaranteed to receive Android P updates... eventually.
If you thought HMD Global was busy lately releasing Nokia-branded smartphones around the world, you should buckle up for an even more "aggressive" expansion over the next few months.