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Nokia's modern smartphones span the entire breadth of the mobile market, from $1,000+ feature phones down to $100 budget handsets. This provides plenty of choice no matter what budget you're working with, but it can also present a challenge in determining which handset is right for you.
To help you wade through the sea of slick marketing and complex specifications, we've highlighted the main factors to focus on below. Keep these in mind as you compare Nokia smartphones, and you'll be better equipped to find a handset suited to your specific needs.
Nokia makes a tough play into the smartphone world with the extra-durable Nokia XR20.Read more…
Nokia's latest super-affordable feature phone isn't fancy – but that's totally the point.Read more…
The Nokia 53 continues HMD Global's journey in providing solid Android experiences with the benefits of photographic flexibility.Read more…
Nokia's latest super-affordable feature phone isn't fancy – but that's totally the point.
HMD's new Nokia phones include the worldwide 5G-capable Nokia 8.3, the affordable Nokia 1.3 and the throwback Nokia 5310.
Nokia's array of affordable phones grows ever larger with a new flip phone, a ruggedised phone and even more Android offerings.
Nokia's 8110 adds to its feature set with the rather surprising addition of WhatsApp compatibility.
With everything from feature phones to a 5-camera flagship, Nokia wants every kind of smartphone consumer.
Nokia's latest phone carries its premium branding, but it sits firmly in the mid-range space.
Curvy phones are back as Nokia's reimagined Nokia 8110 goes on sale in Australia from 20 September.
Nokia's reimagined 3310 is headed to Australia in a 3G-capable version, while its other Android handsets head to local telco partners.
Nokia/HMD's Arto Nummella talks the 3G 3310, what the Nokia brand means for Australians and why its take on Android stands out from the pack.
The new Nokia Android phones will launch in Australia in late July.