Nokia 2.2
HMD Global has launched its latest Android One smartphone in India, the Nokia 2.2. It comes with dual SIM slots and microSD card slot and houses a dedicated Google Assistant button. The phone runs on Android One 9.0 Pie OS, has a 3000 mAh battery, packed inside phone dimensions of 145.96 x 70.56 x 9.3 mm with total of 153 grams weight.
HMD Global has announced collaborations with three leading wireless providers in North America – Cricket Wireless and Verizon in the United States and Rogers in Canada. HMD Global is also expanding its selection of Nokia smartphones on Android with the launch of two wireless provider-specific devices coming to the United States this month and another coming to Rogers subsidiary brand, chatr, in Canada very soon.
patent trademark
BlackBerry and Nokia have agreed to stop a patent-infringement suit over royalties on Nokia's mobile network products. BlackBerry had claimed in February 2017 that Nokia was “willfully blind” to BlackBerry’s patents and egregiously used BlackBerry’s patented technology in Nokia’s wireless computer network Flexi line products and an accompanying software suite.
AT&T and Nokia are teaming up to provide virtually seamless Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity around the world. The companies are using Nokia's Worldwide IoT Network Grid (WING) to offer AT&T's enterprise customers the benefits of Nokia's global IoT ecosystem. These include core network, dedicated IoT operations, billing, security, data analytics, and more.
Nokia Store
Nokia, via its phone-manufacturing partner HMD Global, has joined Google’s Android One program. The first Nokia-branded handsets under the Android One program were unveiled at the recent Mobile World Conference in Barcelona.
Nokia is reviving the iconic 8110 from the film in the form of a 4G feature phone. The 8110 4G features the curved banana body from two decades ago, but it’s dropped the antenna and is also a fair bit smaller. As with the original, you can slide the keypad cover down to receive a call, and slide it back up to end the call.