Nokia may be far from its Lumia heyday of the early 2010s, but the iconic phone manufacturer still has some tricks up its sleeve. According to a post on Nokia's official Twitter page, the next handset in its Android resurgence is poised to make its debut as soon as December 5th. Read More
Nokia unveiled its long-awaited Android-powered phone today, but in something of a twist, it turned out to be not just one device, but three! As expected, the Nokia X, X+, and XL all run software based on the Android Open Source Project, but that software looks very little like Android in most respects. Like Amazon's Fire OS, Nokia's "X" Android fork eschews all of Google's various products and services in favor of a heavily modified user experience and custom app ecosystem.
CEO Stephen Elop specifically mentioned that these were "not Google" service devices, but rather would interface with Microsoft's suite of online products. Read More