Last week, we reported that two new phones from Microsoft have appeared on SIRIM’s database including the Internet-ready Nokia 215 feature phone. Well, it turns out that the phone’s arrival into our market was made official on the same day.
Microsoft and Samsung have finally come to an agreement over royalty payments. Samsung had previously licensed patents from Microsoft, but later refused to pay up after Microsoft bought Nokia’s device division. It looks like all that is cleared up now, which raises an interesting question.
Nokia may be entering the laptop market, but before you get too excited, it’s anyone’s guess as to the authenticity of this information. A picture has been making its rounds on the Internet that seems to show a Nokia smartphone, a tablet, and allegedly, a new Nokia laptop.
Samsung is apparently looking into making low- and mid-range smartphones using the Windows Phone platform in an effort to diversify its product range. Of course, it would only do this if the current legal dispute with Microsoft came to an end.
A Windows Phone fan group has posted a screenshot of what appears to be a new update for devices running Lumia Denim. The update appears to remove the Preview for Developers, and leaving the Phone Insider app.
The Nokia N1 has already went on sale in China just as the rumour suggested, and in just four minutes and two seconds 20,000 units were sold, clearing out the company’s inventory. Even after selling its devices division to Microsoft, Nokia seems to be still going strong in the mobile market with this new tablet.
Microsoft has just announced the Nokia 215, an extremely affordable Internet-enabled feature phone that will only cost you US$29 (about RM100). If you need a spare phone just in case something happens to your smartphone, this entry-level feature phone might be what you’re looking for.
The Nokia N1 might be launched as early as the 7th of January, at least if a recent rumour is to be trusted. The first product from the Finnish company after Microsoft’s acquisition of its devices division was previously announced to be available on Q1 2015 in China, which would make the timing just about right.
Microsoft is offloading MixRadio to instant messaging service Line. MixRadio is a music streaming app currently running on Windows Phone that allows for automated playlists created from the users preferences and listening habits. What Line intends to do with this kind of service is still unknown.
HERE, the maps app by Finnish company Nokia, is now in beta phase and can be downloaded from Google Play. Previously, the app was only limited to selected Samsung Galaxy devices, but is now available to download for all Android devices for free.
First released in June, the Z Launcher is one of the earliest product that Nokia has revealed to the public after its devices and services business were acquired by Microsoft. Since its initial unveiling back in June, the access to the customized Android launcher was limited to beta testers but today, the company has decided […]
Nokia may have sold its devices division to Microsoft, but it is still apparently very capable of putting out new products. At least it is capable of getting some extra attention ahead of the Slush conference in Finland where the head of product business, Sebastian Nystrom, will be talking about the future of the company.
Modular smartphone technology is a real thing with Google’s Project Ara appearing in public last week. However, it is no longer the only project in the world. Finnish company Vsenn is promising to provide a similar competing product, complete with extra layers of encryption to protect users data.
After rumours of Microsoft ridding of the Nokia branding on its phones, it seems that Microsoft has finally spoken out and the rumours were indeed true. Through subtle hints such as being redirected to Microsoft owned sites after entering some official Nokia sites, Microsoft has said that their mobile phones will be rebranded as Microsoft Lumia from […]
As you might have heard, Microsoft will be releasing the brand new Nokia Lumia 735 alongside its higher-end brother Nokia Lumia 830 in Malaysia on 3 October. We also noted that consumers are also able to pre-order Nokia Lumia 735 with our colleagues Storekini starting from today onwards. If you are new to Storekini’s pre-order […]
As expected, Microsoft Malaysia today has launched two new Windows Phones devices for our market in the form of Nokia Lumia 735 and Lumia 830 (shown above). Both devices were initially announced during IFA 2014 in Berlin just few weeks ago.
Microsoft Devices will be holding an event next week to preview new “imaging innovations and exciting offerings” from the company. For some reason it will be held in conjunction with Golden Screen Cinemas, who will apparently also be sharing something new. It is due to happen on the 25th of September, and we have at […]
Little known British electronics manufacturer My Go appears to be preparing to launch its own Windows Phone based smartphone. This news comes from a leak of the product page that was supposed to be internal use only. It may not be the next big thing to arrive on the market, but the information found in […]
In conjunction with the upcoming Malaysia Day, Microsoft Malaysia has announced a promotion for its entry-level smartphone the Nokia Lumia 530. Currently priced at RM 355, customers are able to purchase the highly affordable Windows Phone 8.1 device for only RM 57 under the special promo.
A leaked front panel bearing the Microsoft name have appeared on the internet. We could be inclined to believe that this is the real deal after news of the Nokia brand being dropped appeared yesterday. First published by French website NowhereElse, the images appear to show a large glass panel that may slightly resemble the […]