We take a slightly-less-than-timely look at Nokia's foray into the world of mobile gaming.
Nokia's N-Gage QD second-generation gaming cell phone corrects the most glaring mistakes of its predecessor.
If you can afford it, the Nokia N86 8MP is one of the more advanced and better camera phones on the market today, but there are cheaper alternatives.
The Nokia E75 is a nice alternative to the current crop of slate QWERTY messaging smartphones, offering a compact design without sacrificing the keyboard or e-mail capabilities. However, without carrier backing, the unlocked phone is a bit expensive.
The Nokia N85 may not offer as much memory as the N95 or N96, but it offers just as many features and a sleeker design, making it a better value in our book.
It's game over for N-Gage, as Nokia is killing off the N-gaming platform
Nokia's N-Gage gaming service is set to close towards the end of 2010 as the company focuses its application downloads through the Ovi Store.
The Nokia N82 has some annoying design flaws and lacks 3G support, but our lasting impression of the N82 is of a powerful multimedia smartphone with an excellent imaging capabilities and solid performance.
The company's latest XpressMusic handset has been outed as the 5630, a mid-range phone that packs some interesting connectivity and gaming features