The Nokia Lumia 800 looks a lot like the Nokia N9 at first glance. But is it really the same phone? CNET compares the two side by side.
The beleaguered handset maker will announce its first Windows Phone devices as part of a partnership it crafted with Microsoft in February.
There's been another leak on the Windows Phone Mango handset: official press shots showing it'll come in black, blue and pink.
Starting to think maybe Nokia had lost its grip on the smartphone market? New pics and details of the N8-00 beg to differ.
Though it won't appeal to the masses quite yet, the Nokia N800 Internet Tablet is a nice, portable device for on-the-go Web browsing, and it has some worthy upgrades.
A US patent filing has emerged showing a Nokia-designed tablet. The filing was submitted in May 2010, but it's unclear whether the device is being worked on now, or has been canned.
Major operating-system upgrade for device includes a Mozilla-derived Web browser and boosts the speed of the N800's internal processor to from 320MHz to 400MHz.
Sleek, responsive, fast and discounted--What more could you ask of an ultramobile computer?
Nokia's CES offerings include the slim N76 and the smaller N93i. There's also the perplexing N800, an Internet tablet that follows in the dusty footsteps of the 770
Nokia unveiled three new N series "multimedia computers" on the first day of CES 2007, two of which are phones, the other being an Internet Tablet that may never see the light of day in Australia.