More than just nostalgia
Leaked photos have revealed that a new upcoming HMD Global Nokia smartphone will feature a five-lens camera.
HMD Global has launched its second device in the Android Go family with the Nokia 2.1.
JB Hi-Fi will be selling a selection of 2018 and 2017 Nokia smartphones at a 15% discount this weekend.
HMD Global has announced that it has raised an additional $100 million from investors to scale business operations and fund the companies growth in its second year.
HMD Global has announced the imminent rollout of Android 8.0 Oreo for owners of their Nokia 8 smartphone in Australia.
Here’s what HMD Global brought to this year’s Mobile World Congress:
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