It may not size up to Apple's iPhone X, but its price tag doesn't either.
The phone will sell for around $400, and gives you the premium Nokia 8's "bothie" camera software.
Next-gen networks will have vast capacity so your phone can handle data even in massive crowds. Help for self-driving cars will have to wait longer, though.
The hype about this important phone network standard is about to become deafening. CNET's Stephen Shankland explains what you need to know.
Microsoft is pulling the plug on its mobile version of Windows, but it excelled at a number of things.
The Finnish tech company is switching its focus to digital health.
Struggling to decide between the powerhouse Nokia 8 and the more affordable 3, 5 or 6? Here's what you need to know.
The Nokia 8 is fine. And that’s its biggest problem.
Budget phones often have more hardware chops than you'd think. Here are some top contenders for your bottom dollar.
Is it a smart watch? Is it a fitness tracker? Is it a regular wristwatch? All of the above.
It's not as smart as an Apple Watch and it doesn't track your fitness as well as Fitbit or Garmin, but there's still some charm to the Nokia Steel.
Nokia is positioning the phone as a challenger to flagship Samsung and Apple models.
Cameras that make great holiday gifts
Let them start the new year with a step up in photo and video quality from a phone.