While plenty of flagship smartphones have IP68 protection, they're not truly meant to be submerged, and certainly can't handle a fall. For those who spend plenty of time outdoors or have a risky day job, the Nokia XR20 is designed to handle any wear and tear you throw at it. Plus, it has all the perks of a regular Nokia phone.
Nokia last released a tablet in 2015, before HMD Global acquired the brand. Since then, it has stuck primarily to smartphones. But now, Nokia wants to target the work-from-home crowd with its budget Nokia T20 tablet. Here's everything we know about it.
Right now, Nokia makes some of the best budget and mid-range phones in the market today. That's down to a combination of great hardware and collaboration with Google that allows HMD to offer Android One on all of its devices.
We understand that smartphones aren't for everybody. So whether you prefer a more straightforward experience or want the cheapest phone possible for calls, texts, and a little light browsing, these are the flip phones you should have on your radar.
Nokia wants to undercut the best cheap Android phones with the Nokia G20, a $200 phone with a massive battery that will last you several days. Buying the Nokia G20 will save you money on other popular brands, and the phone has some great perks to offer in terms of software and design features. But its slow chipset makes it hard to recommend this phone unless you're on a strict budget.
The Nokia G20 and G10 could be nearly twins appearance-wise, but when it comes to the guts, they very different internals. If you can't decide between the two, we are here to tell you which one should you buy.
The Nokia G10 and G20 are practically twins from the outside, but very different on the inside. Luckily, they can both wear the same phone covers, so you have plenty of choices when it comes to keeping your trusty Nokia safe with a sturdy case. Here are the best cases for your Nokia G10 and G20.