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Nokia brings another budget phone with Android 10 to the market, this time for Verizon customers. Learn about the new handset, its features, and price.
Nokia adds three new phones to its roster, including its first with 5G support. Learn more about the Nokia 8.3 5G, Nokia 3.4, and Nokia 2.4.
There are plenty of options to choose from when it comes to buying unlocked phones. Here are some retailers and outlets worth exploring for your next phone.
HMD Global, manufacturing under the Nokia brand, brought their phones to US carriers last year, forming a partnership with Cricket Wireless. Now, they are bringing...
The Nokia 6.3 could be coming with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730 instead of the Snapdragon 670 or 675, and will feature quad-cameras.
Nokia unwraps three new phones for spring 2020, including its first 5G handset. Here's what to expect over the next few months.
Nokia's latest entry-level smartphone, the Nokia 2.3 gives consumers a big screen and a big battery but with a small price tag.
Nokia is steadily working on a comeback with its Android One smartphones. Its latest, the Nokia 7.2, is another solid entry for the mid-range market.
HMD continues to attack the mid-range market with solid phones. The company gives US buyers another option in the $250 Nokia 6.2
Nokia brings Android One to the mid-range with the Nokia 4.2 Here's what thought of the phone after using it for two weeks.
Cricket launches its largest ever free phone promo, giving customers a choice between eight different phones from the likes of LG, Motorola, and Samsung.
The $350 unlocked phone comes to the US with three cameras, two years of Android upgrades, and a generous 6.3-inch display.
Verizon offers up two new smartphones as part of its low-cost options in the form of the LG Stylus 5v and Nokia 3 V. Both cost less than $250.
Nokia makes its formal return to Verizon's tier-one service with the debut of the 3 V, a budget-friendly Android phone with a big screen.
"Good phones are getting cheap and cheap phones are getting good." It's a popular saying that quite a few in the tech YouTube crowd...