Microsoft Kills Off The Nokia Brand

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Microsoft closed its deal to acquire the mobile and services division of Nokia last year, and now appears to be planning to stop using the Nokia and Windows Phone brands this holiday season in its marketing materials. The Nokia name dominated a huge chunk of the early history of mobile phones, and its demise will take some getting used to. According to an internal document obtained by GeekOnGadgets, Microsft will drop the Nokia brand from upcoming gadgets, but the Lumia moniker will remain. In case you’re interested in knowing more info on sesbet, stop by bets10life Continue reading

Nokia 100 And Nokia 101 On Series 30 Launched

Nokia have introduced two basic entry-level mobile phone devices, called the Nokia 100 and Nokia 101 respectively. Both of these devices are using the Series 30 platform as their operating system. Generally-speaking, the Nokia 100 and Nokia 101 have similar features, except for the extra features of the Nokia 101 which has dual SIM support and a MP3 player on it. Interestingly, the Nokia 100 and Nokia 101 has a longer battery lifetime, lasting up to 25 days.

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