For decades, Nokia phones have stood for beautiful, crafted design and excellent quality. For the last few years Nokia phones have been pseudonym with Microsoft and Windows. But now it the relationship is over. Independent Android phones from Nokia is a reality again. The Finnish mobile giant from the 90’s
Nokia is Going for Android: This is shocking news. All of the mobile news sites, which I have been visiting today have written about this Nokia-Android shock!… but no one dares to ask… Why not supporting Jolla’s Sailfish OS instead which also have Android support? Jolla division was the MeeGo
Before Nokia went into Windows Mobile business. They managed to release a phone called Nokia N9. It was equipped with MeeGo operating system, which Sailfish OS is based on. The phone sold very well, even with low advertisement. It outsold many of Nokia’s first Windows Mobile phones also. But Nokia
Nokia has always impressed us with their cameras inside of their mobiles phones. While all the other companies haven’t stribed to deliver anything extra on the camera front, Nokia has taken photo quality seriously since they launched Nokia N80 in 2005. N80 had 3,15 megapixels and had a LED flash.