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The Nokia 2.2 is the company's first Android One phone in its 2 series and brings about a low-cost, stock Android experience on a budget.
AT&T Prepaid, and its sibling prepaid brand, Cricket, now sell versions of the Nokia 3.1. Here's what you need to know, including specs and prices.
The Nokia 4.2 is a mid-range phone that falls under the Android One initiative. Priced just $189, it starts shipping in mid-May.
Nokia just announced its latest phones at MWC 2019. Now its ready to launch the premier Nokia 9 Pureview with a nifty discount for the first week of March.
Android Go is the lightweight version of Android for entry-level phones typically sold in developing markets. Find out more and what phones you can buy with Android Go.
The Nokia 2 V marks one of the first devices to be sold via a wireless carrier in the US. Verizon Prepaid now offers the phone for $70 without commitment.
Both the Nokia 3.1 Plus and Nokia 2 V arrive at Cricket Wireless and Verizon, respectively. They mark the first models in years to be paired with a carrier.
In today's edition of In Brief, we see more Pixel 3 leaks, learn about the launch of the Fitbit Charge 3, get more DVR controls with YouTube TV, and more.
October is a crazy month for phone releases and Nokia is next in line with a live streaming event happening today. Here's where you can watch it and what you can expect.
Android One is on the scene and more manufacturers are backing it. We should show our support and buy these brand new devices.
A look at HMD Global, the company that brought back the Nokia smartphones. The Finnish brand has risen from the ashes and is now more alive than ever.
When it comes to finding the best smartphone available, that option may not come from your carrier. To help you decide, we have compiled a list of the best Unlocked handsets.
The Android Pie update has been released, but when will your device get the update? Check out this article for all the latest update news.
If YouTube Signature Device is a new term for you then you're not alone. Check out what it's all about and what devices are supported.
The Nokia 5.1, 3.1, and 2.1 have all been announced and all are affordably priced below the $250 price point. All three offer something different, including either Android One or Android Go.