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More good news for both Nokia 5.1 Plus and Nokia 6.1 Plus owners as they get their December software updates, too: the Pro Camera mode is available.
We finally have a clearer deadline for when owners of some pretty cool Nokia smartphones will be able to upgrade to Android 9.
It seems to be, according to media sources, that it's all going to be covered. All the phones HMD has made will be getting Android 9.
It'll have a refined look, feel and overall design, but at what cost? Is it enough for stock Android? Will it be justified with other hardware on-board?
Facial unlock is an authentication that's here to stay for now, at least in 2018. Nokia is trying to adopt it for four of its current phones.
HMD Global's high-end Nokia 8 Sirocco and upper mid-range Nokia 7 Plus are up for pre-order in India, with regional deliveries underway in ten days.
The high-end Nokia 8 Sirocco, upper mid-range 7 Plus, budget-friendly new Nokia 6, and entry-level Nokia 1 are all coming to India in the next few weeks.
A fingerprint scanner embedded directly into the screen of an upcoming Nokia 9 smartphone could be its key selling point, alongside a dreamy penta-lens camera setup.
There are now no less than four Nokia smartphones part of Google's Android Enterprise Recommended project, including the 8 Sirocco, 7 Plus and "new" Nokia 6.
The Nokia 8 Sirocco looks and feels outstanding in the hand, even though it does not pack Qualcomm's latest flagship SoC. In comparison, the Nokia 7 Plus isn't exactly gorgeous, but it's a fairly well-balanced mid-ranger.
The 5.5-inch Nokia 8 Sirocco with OLED is HMD's most eye-catching MWC 2018 phone, joined by the 6-inch FHD+ Nokia 7 Plus and affordable new Nokia 6.
You can probably file this under "too good to be true", but anonymous insiders seem to believe there's a Nokia 8 Pro in the pipeline with five, yes, five rear-facing camera lenses.
If a couple of press renders weren't enough to give you an idea of the mammoth Nokia 7 Plus size, here's a live image of the 6-inch phone in a user's hand.
This is your ultimate preview guide for MWC 2018, the Barcelona-hosted trade fair that will see a whole bunch of exciting new smartphones debut in a little over a week.
The Nokia 8, HMD Global's most powerful smartphone to date, is already getting its second big software update, jumping from Android 8.0 to stable 8.1 Oreo.
Inspired by a Mediterranean wind, and reminiscent of an old luxury slider, the Nokia 8 Sirocco name has been revealed in Thailand as designating the long-rumored TA-1005 flagship smartphone.
HMD Global may soon become Google's first smartphone-making partner to roll out an official Android 8.1 Oreo update, following Nokia 8 beta tests.
All we know about the Nokia product(s) to be unveiled at MWC 2018 in Barcelona on February 25 is they are "awesome", according to HMD CPO Juho Sarvikas.
It obviously comes as no surprise that there are a bunch of new Nokia smartphones in the pipeline, but the Nokia 4 name still seems highly unlikely.
The brand licensee, HMD Global, was able to make the bulk of those shipments in the summer quarter after a weak start earlier in the year.
Following in the footsteps of the high-end Nokia 8 and low-end Nokia 5, the mid-range Nokia 6 officially jumps on the Oreo beta bandwagon today.
We can't be 100 percent certain the TA-1005 model number designates the as-yet-unreleased Nokia 9, but what else could it be with a 5.5-inch OLED screen?
The low to mid-end Nokia 5 is HMD's second smartphone to get an official public Android 8.0 Oreo preview, with the 6 also due for a beta program soon.