With Nokia's handset business now part of Microsoft, the Finnish phone maker is left to focus on its networking, mapping, location, and other technologies.
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Nokia's 3220 makes its presence known with flashing LEDs and a case that can 'write' messages in the air.
Want a phone that lets you take your office applications and Web browsing with you and a camera to boot? If you're not fashion conscious the Nokia 9500 might just be your answer. Read our Australian review.
The 'Swiss-army' 5140 sports a compass, torch, thermometer and is shock/water-resistant. Squeeze in a fitness coach and Nokia has a great phone for those with active lifestyles.
Nokia's first megapixel camera phone runs on the Symbian operating system, has a unique design and a pack of features such an Internet browser and a video player.
We take a look at Nokia's upgraded N-Gage portable gaming phone. Read our Australian review.
Nokia has long dominated the mobile phone market yet strangely enough the Finnish manufacturer has never dabbled in creating clamshell phones. That is, until the 7200.
This is a beautifully simple looking phone cleverly disguising a rich feature set.The claim Nokia makes for this phone is that it offers the richest features in the most compact form, a claim which cannot be disputed here -- it's small and light, one of the coolest, no-fuss, exteriors we've seen, and it has a 65k-colour display, camera and video, MP3 player and an MMC card slot.
It's a Nokia phone that spreads open and gives the users the option to use "always on" access to e-mails. But is it as practical as they say it is?
This high-end mobile can be used for TV watching, taking photos, recording video, and Internet browsing. Read our Australian review.
Is WAP the only feature that differentiates the Nokia 3330 and 3310? Find out in our review of the latest WAP phone from Nokia