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Pixelworks is the company behind remarkable mobile display processing technology that led to a ISV agreement with Qualcomm, and is now part of the latest HDM global Nokia and TCL phones.
Rather good value for $139
While leading smartphone companies are locking people in by making it impossible to replace batteries, HMD, which is making the new Nokia 2.2 GSM phone, is doing the opposite.
Nokia Chief Executive Rajeev Suri said the company could benefit from a US clampdown on Chinese rival Huawei as the race to roll out 5G services heats up.
Is this the Finn end of the wedge?
Former rubber boot maker turned telecom network equipment outfit Nokia made a surprise quarterly loss due to a delay in booking 5G payments and said the security dispute surrounding rival Huawei was creating near-term pressure to invest.
Intelligence. They've heard of it
In a remarkable escalation of the tech wars between the USA and China, a missive to Germany instructed the independent country not to use Huawei kit.
Although the holes are rather small
A small number of people with a weird phobia are complaining that the newly launched Nokia 9 PureView is triggering it.
Cooperation extended to Future Nokia smartphones
Pixelworks is a company with quite remarkable mobile display processing technology packed into rather small chips that enables some high-end video and display features at very low cost and power. After working with HMD to help make the mainstream-priced Nokia 7.1 really pop with high end HDR display features, the two companies announced strategic partnership to extend the cooperation.
More cost cutting
Former rubber boot maker Nokia is to slash 350 jobs in Finland as part of a cunning cost cutting plan.
One of the advantages of not being an American company
Finnish mobile telecom network maker Nokia announced on Wednesday that it had signed frame deals with China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom worth more than two billion euro.
5.85-inch HDR10 screen and Snapdragon 636 SoC
HMD Global has officially unveiled the new Nokia 7.1 smartphone, an affordable mid-range smartphone built around a decent 5.84-inch screen with a notch and powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 636 octa-core SoC, all for $349.