Nokia's return to the smartphone market by way of HMD has already made an impact thanks to affordable hardware and clean Android One software. Nokia just announced a new phone today, but it isn't forgetting its older devices. During the event, Nokia confirmed the first wave of Android Pie updates should hit its phones this month. Read More
Four-and-a-half years ago, a $300 smartphone rocked American tech news with its tier one specifications and shockingly low price tag: the OnePlus One.
The Nokia 7.1 is not, to answer this post's titular question, its second coming. But I spent a little time using it earlier this week, and at $349, it packs a fairly good value wallop in a segment of the market that sees little love in this country, despite the unending chants across the internet for an affordable, high-quality smartphone. That easily makes the 7.1 the most important Nokia handset to launch in the US yet - far more so than the budget 3.1 or the Moto G-targeting 6.1. Read More
Google's ARCore team just rolled out a new update that appears to bring the augmented reality framework to several more phones and tablets. Some hot new (and upcoming) devices are on the list, like the Galaxy Note9, OnePlus 6T, and ROG Phone. These are also joined by some older models like the Sony Xperia X. Read More