I bought a Nokia 521 a while ago, but it was a phone I never intended to use. It was super cheap and an impulse buy to see what WP8 is like. But it's really not the same until you really use it and I needed to get a better phone to do that since I'm used to devices like the Nexus 5 and Note 3.
Hi people. I need a super cheap tablet with a good screen. I don't care about anything else. Any android version, any ram, any processor, any brand. I just need as good a screen as I can get, both size and resolution. If anyone knows of a cheap tablet with a HQ screen, please tell me!
I'd like to spend as little as possible, like under $50 cheap if it can be done.
I'm looking for a cheap Android phone I can pull apart and use the internals for various DIY projects. Does anyone know of any? I'd strongly prefer to keep it under $60 USD, and it'd be best if I could completely separate the internals from the casing of the phone. Super bonus points if it uses hardware buttons (and thus has a smaller digitizer) and can run CyanogenMod.
Nokia has launched its first Android smartphone under the Microsoft regime. The 4.3-inch Nokia X2 runs a Nokia X Software Platform thats based on Android. Microsofts acquisition of Nokia was expected to put the kibosh on Nokias experimental, Android-based Nokia X smartphone.
Happy Valentine’s Day, lovebirds. We’ve got quite the treat for you.
This week, rumors spread that Nokia and Microsoft are working on an Android phone, to be released later this month. Meanwhile, LG has been making waves with the new curved-screen LG G Flex.
Information has been leaking out for a while regarding a potential Android phone from Nokia code named Normandy. And with Microsoft's purchase almost finished, these articles always suggest the phone may never be launched.
The phone most likely was being developed before Microsoft began the purchase of Nokia.