These Are Nokia's Hot New Windows Phones (Updated: Hands On)

We flew all the way to London and crashed on a friend's couch just to tell you all about the new hotness from Nokia. Nokia? Huh? Why? Because this is important: Windows Phone has long been a legit competitor in need of some beast hardware. » 10/26/11 5:22am 10/26/11 5:22am

These Are Nokia's Hot New Windows Phones

We flew all the way to London and crashed on a friend's couch just to tell you all about the new hotness from Nokia. Nokia? Huh? Why? Because this is important: Windows Phone has long been a legit competitor in need of some sexy hardware. » 10/26/11 5:16am 10/26/11 5:16am

Nokia Dishes Booklet 3G's Full Specs and Price

After teasing its 10.1-inch netbook with 3G and Assisted-GPS, Nokia has confirmed an impressive 16-cell (12-hour) battery and coughed-up full specs: Windows 7, 1.6GHz Atom Z530 processor, 120GB hard disk, 1GB RAM, 802.11n Wi-Fi, and HDMI. Price: €575 ($810) before-subsidies. » 9/02/09 4:46am 9/02/09 4:46am

Nokia N97 Mini Gets Official: €450 ($640) in October

An extensive preview filled us in on the N97 not-so Mini, but it now has a price: €450 ($640) pre-taxes and subsidies. It should be available off contract in "many markets", and includes Lonely Planet guidebooks and Facebook "Lifecasting". » 9/02/09 4:03am 9/02/09 4:03am

Nokia World Kicks Off: X6 and X3 Music Phones Debut

And the Stuttgart craziness begins. The X6 is like a slimmed down 5800 XpressMusic, (3.2-inch touchscreen, 5-megapixel camera), while the X3 (2.2-inch non-touchscreen) has a slide-out numeric keypad, and is the first Series-40 OS phone to be Ovi Store-enabled. » 9/02/09 3:36am 9/02/09 3:36am

Nokia N97 Mini Not So Mini, Keyboard Not Great Either

Another Nokia phone, and another extensive preview from Mobile-review's Eldar Murtazin. He says compared to the N97, the Mini is only "around a centimeter" smaller, its keyboard is worse, and the built-in memory has dropped from 32GB to 8GB. Ouch. » 8/25/09 6:20am 8/25/09 6:20am

Mobile Secretary Does Everything a Real-Life Secretary Does — Except

Developed by Chinese company InterGrafx, Mobile Secretary was unveiled yesterday at Nokia World. Basically a 3D avatar that handles SMS and incoming calls on your mobile phone, Mobile Secretary comes in various shapes and forms (plump maternal, foxy blonde Svetlana, cool-headed brunette—wonder if there are any male… » 12/05/07 10:42am 12/05/07 10:42am