New Nokia phones to retail for USD 26
Finnish startup HMD Global has announced that its forthcoming Nokia 150 and Nokia 150 Dual SIM will carry an ERP of 26 US dollars, before local taxes and subsidies.
Uros launches travel-friendly roaming service with Chinese ZTE
The Goodspeed Roaming service aims to provide low-cost mobile internet service internationally and will be embedded into the new ZTE Blade V7 Lite smartphone.
Finnish Labyrintti snapped up by Norwegian Link
Labyrintti Group has entered into an agreement with Norway-based Link Mobility Group ASA on the acquisition of the Finnish mobile messaging service provider’s business.
Finnish Eve Tech about to launch new tablet
Finland-based technology company Eve Tech is bringing its second tablet to market.
Mobile Connectivity Index puts Finland in top 10
A new online tool from GSMA measures the ability of more than 130 countries worldwide to connect offline citizens to the mobile Internet. Finland shares its ranking of seventh position with the USA.
Finnish Haltian develops Snowfox trackerphone
Finland-based electronics company Haltian offers families a circle of care with their new Snowfox tracker phone.
Nokia brand returning to mobile phones and tablets
Nokia has signed a 10-year strategic brand and intellectual property licensing agreement with HMD global.
Supercell tops rankings worldwide
Finland-based gaming giant Supercell’s new mobile game Clash Royale rose to the first spot worldwide combined for revenue and downloads.
Puzzlephone users repair their own phones
After working in Spain for 15 years in a number of technology companies, Alejandro Santacreu wished to create something new. Before that could happen, however, he had to move to Finland. What resulted is the Puzzlephone, Finland’s, and possibly the world’s, first modular phone.
Jolla is shipping Sailfish OS to India through major deal
Finnish startup Jolla has struck a major deal with India’s second largest smartphone vendor Intex Technologies to produce a smartphone using Jolla’s operation system Sailfish OS. Intex is the first smartphone maker to license Jolla’s operating system. The first gadgets are expected in late 2015.
Nokia to return to the mobile phone market in 2016?
Nokia, once the world’s biggest maker of mobile phones, plans to start designing and licensing mobile phones again once an agreement with partner Microsoft allows it to in 2016, Nokia’s chief executive Rajeev Suri told Germany’s Manager Magazin.