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HMD Global picks up $230 million investment from Google, Qualcomm, and others

HMD Global picks up $230 million investment from Google, Qualcomm, and others

Finnish startup HMD Global revived the Nokia brand by marrying the entire smartphone range to the Android One program. With their new identity, Nokia phones have grown popular, particularly in emerging markets where they can piggyback on the legendary brand image. In a bid to keep up with that growth trajectory, HMD Global recently announced that it has raised a total of $230 million from an investor group, including the likes of Google, Qualcomm, and Nokia Technologies.

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Nokia's 5G-equipped 8.3 is coming to the US this fall

Nokia's 5G-equipped 8.3 is coming to the US this fall

More and more 5G phones are being released, but only one has truly international support for 5G bands: the Nokia 8.3 5G. First announced in March, the 8.3 5G is making its way stateside in just a few months, meaning we might have a more affordable 5G option soon.

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Android 10 (Go Edition) comes to the entry-level Nokia 1

Android 10 (Go Edition) comes to the entry-level Nokia 1

Released back in 2018 for the low, low price of just $85, the Nokia 1 has been one of the most affordable Android options on the market. In our review, we found that it maybe made a bit too many compromises to reach that price point, but one area that Nokia didn't compromise on is software updates. Despite being a sub-$100 phone from over two years ago, the Nokia 1 is now receiving an upgrade to Android 10.

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The Nokia 4.2 has dropped to just $120 on Amazon ($39 off)

The Nokia 4.2 has dropped to just $120 on Amazon ($39 off)

HMD Global's Nokia-branded devices are some of the best budget phones currently available, with relatively-fast updates and no heavy modifications to Android. Now you can get the entry-level Nokia 4.2 for just $130 on Amazon, a savings of $29 from the usual price of around $159.

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Nokia's Android TV lineup expanding with new 43-inch model

Nokia's Android TV lineup expanding with new 43-inch model

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Nokia bringing three phones to Cricket Wireless, all under $200

Nokia bringing three phones to Cricket Wireless, all under $200

Another wave of phones is just about to arrive at AT&T prepaid carrier Cricket Wireless starting this Friday. All of them, being Nokia phones, are courtesy of HMD Global and all of them cost under $200.

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Google Phone app's call recording feature now available on Nokia phones in India

Google Phone app's call recording feature now available on Nokia phones in India

Google's been working on a call recording feature for its Phone app for some time, and it looks like the wait is almost over. As previously anticipated, the feature has started rolling out in India, seemingly beginning with Nokia's Android One phones, according to an announcement from the company today.

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Nokia 5.1 Plus handsets are starting to receive Android 10

Nokia 5.1 Plus handsets are starting to receive Android 10

The Nokia 5.1 Plus might not be the brand's most powerful device, but it's still part of the company's promise to deliver software updates to its handsets. Nokia actually announced the 5.1 Plus would get Android 10 during Q2, and the update is being released according to the commitment.

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Android 10 update hitting Nokia 3.1 Plus starting today

Android 10 update hitting Nokia 3.1 Plus starting today

Nokia is a bit behind schedule on its Android 10 update roadmap, but it's slowly but surely getting around to each device. We're now more than two months past the Nokia 3.1 Plus's end-of-March update target, but hey, at least it's rolling out now.

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Nokia 1 Plus updated to Android 10 Go Edition

Nokia 1 Plus updated to Android 10 Go Edition

Even with a global pandemic going on, HMD Global has continued updating its (very) large portfolio of Nokia phones to Android 10. The Nokia 3.2, 4.2, 6.2, 8 Sirocco, and 2.3 have all received updates this month, and now the low-end Nokia 1 Plus is next in line.

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