A new report says that Nokia has ditched its Android smartphone and tablet plans in order to focus on wearables and smart glasses.
This week in your world of Android: Google rolled out Android 4.4.2, Qualcomm announced its first 64-bit chip, news of Nokia’s Android phone leaked, two new Google Play edition devices launched, the Nexus 5 received a design tweak, a privacy watchdog grilled Google over the removal of App Ops, and new apps gained Chromecast support.
A new report confirms the existence of Nokia’s Android Normandy phone and adds another twist to the story: Microsoft might actually let it live.
Thanks to a new court ruling in favor of Nokia, a ban of the HTC One Mini is scheduled to go into effect on December 6th. Keep reading for more details!
On November 19th, the Nokia board is expected to finalize the sale of their smartphone division over to Microsoft. In a bold yet impossible move, ‘Nokita’ is hoping to win over investors and outbid Microsoft before the deal closes.
Due to a recent patent conflict with Nokia, HTC may need to modify the tech in some of its phones to avoid a possible sales ban in the United States.
Nokia will reportedly still work on an Android device, at least until November when the Microsoft purchase should be finalized. Read on for more details!
Sample photos taken with the Sony Xperia Z1 in low-lighting conditions are on par with or better than shots taken with the Lumia 925.
As it turns out, not only was an Nokia Android device discussed, it was a reality. The New York Times is reporting a team within Nokia had Android up and running on Lumia smartphones before the company was sold to Microsoft.
For all those among us that have dreamed of a Nokia Android phone, perk up. The marriage of Nokia’s legendary build quality and the best mobile operating system in the world would be a truly amazing thing, and now, it’s looking more likely than ever.