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Front panel of Nokia D1C surfaces

Front panel of Nokia D1C surfaces

| December 24, 2016 | 3 Replies

In any hotly anticipated device, any new information seems to pique our interest. D1C and P being codenames (it wouldn’t be very un-Nokia if they came out with an awfully unmemorable name) the Nokia D1C is supposedly the ‘little brother’ of the Nokia P ‘flagship’. It’s midrange, 1080p, 13mp cam, 8mp front cam and Android Nougat. […]

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Leaked? Nokia Android Flagship – Codename “Nokia P” with 6GB RAM, Snapdragon 835 and 23MP Carl Zeiss Lens

Leaked? Nokia Android Flagship – Codename “Nokia P” with 6GB RAM, Snapdragon 835 and 23MP Carl Zeiss Lens

| December 19, 2016 | 5 Replies

What we’re looking at is possibly that upcoming Nokia Android phone. There are some beefy supposed specs in this including a whopping 6GB RAM, Snapdragon 835 and 23MP Carl Zeiss camera. The back sort of looks very HTCish with that slightly uninspiring metal back cut with antenna lines. Hope stems from the fact that spy photos […]

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Android Nougat 7.1 on Nokia Lumia 520?

Android Nougat 7.1 on Nokia Lumia 520?

| December 14, 2016 | 2 Replies

In the video below, supposedly it’s a Nokia Lumia 520 which somehow has Android Nougat 7.1. Whether it’s real or not, and whether it can be replicated by other users is one thing. It looks good.  The only thing that annoys me is this persistence recently on a ridiculously wasteful ‘card’ system of multitasking when […]

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HMD at MWC: HMD Global Oy at Mobile World Congress 2017 exhibitors for #Nokia #Android

HMD at MWC: HMD Global Oy at Mobile World Congress 2017 exhibitors for #Nokia #Android

| November 20, 2016 | 8 Replies

The entity behind Nokia’s 2017 smartphone return, HMD, will be making an appearance at MWC. Good luck to those past Nokians involved in this project. We are all eagerly awaiting to hear and see what you guys will be bringing. After a very strange 2016, it’ll be a fantastic blast from the past to see […]

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Officially for 2017: Nokia’s schedule to return to smartphones

Officially for 2017: Nokia’s schedule to return to smartphones

| November 20, 2016 | 9 Replies

According to the original deal with Microsoft, Nokia couldn’t technically return to smartphones until 2016 but whether they would was initially a very will they/won’t they drama. This week, my phone read out a hopeful notification about Nokia coming back to smartphones. However, I couldn’t find the official info at the time so just accepted it as […]

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GeekOnGadgets Review: The LG V10

GeekOnGadgets Review: The LG V10

| January 16, 2016 | Reply

Over at GeekOnGadgets, we’ve finished our review of the LG v10, a phone that’s gathered a lot of interest, especially here on MyNokiaBlog; where it seems some of our readers are eyeing the device due to a lackluster Lumia 950 XL performance (the 950 XL review should be up very soon). Anyways read on below […]

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Microsoft Lumia 950 XL Vs LG V10: Fight!

Microsoft Lumia 950 XL Vs LG V10: Fight!

| January 4, 2016 | 13 Replies

With two 5.7″ monster flagships from LG and Microsoft, it only makes sense to pit them against each other and compare what they both bring to the table, check out the full comparison and my thoughts on each aspect in the video below: In terms of design, as mentioned before, the V10 is the clear […]

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Cortana for Android Leaks, Here’s Our Hands On Video

Cortana for Android Leaks, Here’s Our Hands On Video

| July 18, 2015 | 2 Replies

A while back when it was first announced that Microsoft’s amazing personal assistant would be going to both Android and iOS rather than staying a feature of Microsoft’s own OS , it was met with a certain degree of backlash. Well today an early beta build of Cortana for Android leaked online, and we over at […]

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Microsoft Next Lockscreen for Android updated, Tetra Lockscreen for Windows Phone retired.

Microsoft Next Lockscreen for Android updated, Tetra Lockscreen for Windows Phone retired.

| April 2, 2015 | 3 Replies

Knowing where their efforts lie, Microsoft continue to update their lockscreen experience for Android. The Garage project for WindowsPhone however is retired. Next lockscreen can hide the pin or pattern as well as bug fixes and performance improvements. Design wise, Tetra lockscreen’s various lock options look a whole lot better than the Microsoft Next lockscreen for […]

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