Microsoft has announced a cut to its workforce in the smartphone sector, and it’s coming alongside a new rumor of a large restructuring of its smartphone lineup. It isn’t necessarily good news if you’ve been looking forward to more Windows handsets.
A few days ago, reports surfaced that Nokia may return to the smartphone world. Needless to say, that got folks excited, and while Nokia has denied those reports, we do have a bit of good news. Remember that Nokia N1 tablet we told you about in December. Well, it looks like it’s finally ready to leave its homeland.
We spend a lot of time talking about high-powered Android handsets, but there are plenty of folks who enjoy the OS brought forth by the Windows phones. If you’re on Magenta and looking for a new low-priced Windows smartphone, today is your lucky day as the Lumia 640 price has just been listed online from Microsoft.
Now here’s an interesting tidbit of information that will appeal to Nokia fans. The Lumia brand may have been taken over by Microsoft but Nokia has already released its N1 tablet and there have also been recent rumors of a new Nokia 1100 smartphone. It seems that’s not all that’s going on, as a Nokia […]
Believe it or not, some folks actually prefer uncomplicated smartphones that can just handle the basics. Not everyone plays high-end mobile games, and how important is a fingerprint scanner or QHD when it comes simply making a phone call? If you don’t need all the bells & whistles, you may be interested in the Nokia 215 Dual SIM and its rock bottom price tag of Rs. 2,149.