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  • Nokia announces €749 Nokia 8 Sirocco, improved Nokia 7 Plus and Android Go-powered Nokia 1

    Nokia goes all-in on Android One and looks toward the high-end market.

    Last year’s MWC marked a re-launch of the Nokia brand under new parent company HMD Global, so it was only fitting that the company would take to MWC 2018 to launch a few more phones.

    We’re getting three brand new Android devices, as well as an awesome throwback feature phone to capture even more of the nostalgia surrounding the Nokia brand.

    The most eye-catching launch of the group is the Nokia 8 Sirocco, which is a super-high-end variant of the Nokia 8 from last year. At €749 it’s a full €150 more than the original Nokia 8, and thus the most expensive phone to bare the brand name since HMD Global took over. The Sirocco version basically seems like an excuse for Nokia to flex its design muscle and try something new, while also testing the waters for a true flagship-level priced phone with the Nokia brand.

    Nokia went all-out on the Sirocco, testing the waters for this brand in the flagship Andr…

  • The ZTE Blade V9 looks like every other phone, but at €269 that’s just fine

    A simple dual-camera phone with impressive specs for the price.

    ZTE hasn’t put out a traditional flagship since 2016 (no, the Axon M doesn’t count), but the Chinese company’s bread and butter, at least outside of its home country, continues to be the low-end and mid-range of the Android world.

    Building on the success line, which came to the U.S. in 2017 with the V8 Pro, comes the Blade V9, an impressive piece of hardware for €269. Its claim to fame is a 5.7-inch 18:9 screen with vivid colors and excellent viewing angles, with an 84% screen-to-body ratio. There’s also a Snapdragon 450, either 3GB/32GB or 4GB/64GB of RAM and storage, a dual camera setup with a 16MP primary sensor that excels in low light, a 3100mAh battery, and Android 8.1 out of the box with a minimal skin.

    ZTE isn’t bringing the Blade V9 to the U.S. anytime soon — this particular release is aimed at Spain, Germany, Russia, Mexico, and China. There’s also going to be a smaller Blade V9 Vita with a sm…

  • Nokia commits to Android One software on all of its smartphones going forward

    This is a stealthily smart move.

    Nokia’s making some waves in the Android market, and came out swinging in 2017 with several phones at affordable price points with solid design and really good specs. Its phones have been lauded for offering a very clean and well-performing version of Android, both with its initial Nougat builds and later with Oreo updates.

    Now, the company says it’s partnering with Google and committing to using the Android One software on all of its smartphones going forward. That means everything at the Nokia 3 level and above — the Nokia 1 is an Android Go phone, and the featurephone-level devices like the Nokia 8110 aren’t running Android in the first place.

    Starting with the new Nokia 8 Sirocco and Nokia 7 Plus, we’re going to see Nokia’s phones ship with the Android One “version” of Android — currently, 8.0 Oreo. I put “version” in quotes because it’s important to understand that Android One isn’t a separate track of Android at all — it…

  • T-Mobile website bug exposed customer logins to hackers, carrier says no accounts compromised

    In the words of a famous disc jockey: “Another one.” A young hacker-turned-security researcher in England found a critical vulnerability on T-Mobile’s website that basically left records of user logins exposed online for hackers to pillage. The bug wa…

  • Hands on with the Nokia 1, Nokia 6 (2018), Nokia 7 Plus, and Nokia 8 Sirocco

    The Nokia phone brand has been on quite a journey since its heyday in the late nineties and early two-thousands (or aughts, as David would have me write it). After Nokia’s smartphone business was sold to Microsoft and became the Windows Phone flagbear…

  • Amazon’s Fire TV stick drops down to $30, 4K Fire TV to $50

    Cut the cord.

    Amazon has dropped the price of its Fire TV Stick down to $29.99, and the 4K Fire TV down to $49.99. This is a savings of $10 and $20 respectively. If you’ve been considering cutting the cord, or want to add some streaming options to a new TV in your home, this is one of the best ways to do it. Especially if you take advantage of this Fire TV 4K bundled with an OTA HD Antenna for $54.99, which is just $5 more than the stick itself.

    If you wanted to try out DirecTV Now, don’t forget that you can get the Fire TV 4K for $35 when you prepay for one month worth of service.

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  • ZTE Blade V9 hands-on review: a fantastic first impression

    ZTE is preparing to launch its new mid-range device, the ZTE Blade V9. We had a chance to get our hands on it and the initial impressions were very positive. Will it still be able to convince after an in-depth review? Read on to find out why we have hi…

  • Nokia smartphones will be Android One devices going forward

    The Android One initiative was designed to bring a pure, stock version of the OS to low-cost phones in emerging markets to ensure better performance and faster updates. But since it was first announced in 2014, it’s morphed into something more akin to Google Play Edition phones, offering at least 2 years of updates and zero bloatware on hardware of any level.

    HMD’s Nokia-branded phones, much like Motorola devices, have always launched with very few customizations.

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    Nokia smartphones will be Android One devices going forward was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Nokia launches four smartphones at MWC: the 1, 6 (2018), 7 Plus, and 8 Sirocco

    HMD Global had a good first year making Nokia-branded phones. In 2017, the Finnish company sold 70 million devices across its portfolio of six different Android smartphones and other low-cost feature phones such as the throwback Nokia 3310. HMD is con…

  • Huawei confirms triple lens P20 will launch on March 27 in Paris

    Huawei’s presence at MWC seems to be a bit less than years past, aside from the new MediaPad tablets and Matebook X Pro ultrabook (the latter looks really nice, but that’s outside of our wheelhouse here at AP). However, the Chinese manufacturer has de…

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