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22
Jun
Planned obsolescence, or even unplanned obsolescence, is not new. It’s an inevitability that your current bit of kit will eventually be too slow, weak or stupid to deal with software paradigm changes a few years down the road. But sometimes the window of opportunity is so short that it feels like a massive punch in the gut. Already own a sma... Find out more
15
Jun
This week, Nokia revised their 2012 strategy sharply downwards, expecting much slower unit sales and a shift towards services (especially maps). This was followed with a ‘streamlining’ of the executive team and about 10,000 layoffs, ahead of an expected 40,000 layoffs. Click here to check out the best deals on the Lumia 800 - or call o... Find out more
21
May
Nokia have announced that their new phones in the Lumia line will launch in Australia in June and July.Click here for the best cap plans.The Nokia Lumia 900 is Nokia's newest flagship phone, improving on their popular Lumia 800. The 900 improves on the 800, boasting better battery life, the ability to tether it and allow other devices to connect to... Find out more
07
Mar
Nokia’s strategic partnership with Microsoft, to offer flagship handsets running Windows Phone, is off to a mediocre start. For Microsoft, the decision to carefully curate their apps and offer a closed, safe system with a slow release (in contrast to Android's devil-may-care attitude) seems canny, but there’s a danger that people are go... Find out more
06
Mar
Smartphone buyers have it pretty good right now. Apple’s iPhone and its associated operating system have set a very high standard. To compete, HTC and Samsung (and to a smaller extent, LG) have adopted Google’s Android operating system, and over the last few years, have been pumping out dozens of high-powered wunderphones that are despe... Find out more
30
Jan
Nokia will be launching the Lumia 800 in a bid to reclaim its place in the competitive Australian smartphone market. March this year will see the release of the Lumia 800, a Nokia smartphone operating on Microsoft software. The Nokia Lumia 800 will be released in Australia on Telstra, Optus, and Vodafone, and may be the phone to get Nokia back in ... Find out more
28
Oct
Nokia has partnered up with Microsoft to take on tech-giants Apple and Google by unveiling two new Windows smartphones. The new devices feature the Windows 7 platform, which might just be the point of difference Nokia need to get their place back in the smartphone market. They’ll need a bit of luck however using the Windows platform, with And... Find out more
17
Oct
The Nokia N9 is Nokia’s first real dip into the touchscreen smartphone market. It runs the new MeeGo operating system – a platform designed to ease confusion and ensure operating this smartphone is clear-cut and without the unnecessary extras.In terms of look and feel, Nokia has done what they do best: the Nokia N9 has a smooth, smart a... Find out more
12
Sep
The first smartphone to be powered by Meego, the Nokia N9 will be available soon exclusively through Vodafone. The Nokia N9 features a 3.9 inch AMOLED screen and a huge 64GB of internal memory. Happy snappers will be impressed by the 8-megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss Optics, and HD 720p video recording. The phone features an edge-to-edge touchscre... Find out more
23
Feb
Nokia has attempted to make a splash in the smartphone market with the Nokia N8. The Nokia N8 is priced up there with its Android and iPhone rivals, and therefore many reviewers spend a lot of energy focussing on the obvious comparison. Unfortunately, the Nokia N8 rarely comes out on top – but there are features of the Nokia N8’s hardwa... Find out more
23
Feb
The Nokia C5 is an inexpensive candybar smartphone. While it is great value for money, it isn’t an alternative to some of the flashier touchscreen devices available. But if you’re after the features of a smartphone in a sweet little durable package, the Nokia C5 won’t fail you. The phone itself is light but sturdy, and made from b... Find out more
22
Apr
Optus and Nokia are ‘Calling All Innovators’ to help fuel competition and technological innovation in Australia's mobile phone industry.Budding Australian innovators can win up to $5,000 by designing new Nokia applications and content for mobile phones. Anybody can enter the contest and choose between the following categories listed... Find out more
14
Apr
A rugged handset with plenty of features, the Nokia 3720 is great for those who work and play outdoors. As is standard for these kinds of tough phones, the Nokia 3720 is IP-54 certified. This means that it is leak-proof, shock-resistant and sealed against dust. This handset is made of durable material and is edged with stainless steel, and the batt... Find out more
14
Apr
The Nokia 5230 is one of Nokia’s XpressMusic range and is big and bright, with excellent music features and decent phone functionality as well.Brightly coloured edges with a matching central navigational button set in a glossy black case characterise this trendy Nokia handset. The 5230 trimmings come in a range of colours including fiery red ... Find out more
14
Apr
The Nokia 6710 Navigator is a superior communication tool which is supremely built and provides terrific navigation features. Build quality of the 6710 Navigator is the first thing that has to be discussed because it is simply excellent.  This handset is a slider, and while other slide models can feel cheap and plastic, the 6710 Navigator is ... Find out more
14
Apr
The Nokia 2630 is a bargain phone for first-time buyers or for those seeking a spare handset. The 2630’s simple design may seem primitive compared to an elaborate device like Apple’s iPhone, but for just $79 you get one of the thinnest, lightest and most functional phones on the market.The Nokia 2630 is small, smart, feels good to hold ... Find out more
14
Apr
The Nokia 6303 is a classic Nokia phone. It is compact, easy-to-use and sports a powerful battery. So, if you're not too fussed with fancy gadgets, but you want value for money, then you might consider this great little phone – and it really is small, being just 108mm wide, 11 mm long and weighing only 96grams.As far as practicality goes, the l... Find out more
08
Apr
When the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic came out, the question on everybody’s lips was whether or not the first touchscreen mobile from Nokia would be able to compete with an iPhone 3G or HTC Dream. Let’s find out.With touchscreen mobile phones being extremely popular these days, it was only natural that Nokia would jump on the proverbial bandw... Find out more
08
Apr
The Nokia 5130 XpressMusic mobile phone is obviously dedicated to providing maximum music listening pleasure. The 5130 has an excellent MP3 player that comes equipped with dedicated music keys and top-notch external loudspeakers.This XpressMusic model is a special edition release that comes pre-loaded with 15 cool songs and five funky wallpapers of... Find out more