Announced globally in April, now the entry-level Nokia C10 and Nokia C20 are landing in South Africa for R1 499 and R1 699 respectively.
Research from HMD Global unpacks how much time local consumers are spending on their Nokia Mobile devices and what types of services they use.
Going 24 hours than some of its predecessors, the new Nokia G10 and Nokia G20 from HMD Global can muster up to three days of use.
It’s unclear whether the new Nokia Lite Earbuds will land locally, but hopefully they’ll be the first that HMD Global chooses to bring to SA.
The top two offerings from the latest batch of six new Nokia Mobile devices, the X10 and X20 are designed to make 5G more affordable.
Continuing its recent tradition of affordable entry-level Android phones, HMD Global adds the Nokia C10 and Nokia C20 to the mix.
A solid and premium mid-range device, the Nokia 8.3 5G is more about the bands it can support than the hardware it touts.
A flagship phone that works on more 5G bands than any other device, the Nokia 8.3 5G is now available in South Africa.
The new Nokia 2.4 and Nokia 3.4 were debuted alongside the confirmed launch of the 5G-supporting Nokia 8.3 by HMD Global yesterday.
First spotted in March prior to lockdown, the Nokia 5.3 has now landed locally, costing just under the R5k mark via Takealot.
Nokia phones with warranties that expired between 15th March and 15th May, will get a further 60 days of cover.
The 4G-supporting Nokia C2 is now available to purchase locally.
The smartphone maker has a new entry-level device to contemplate.
Another year, another solid Nokia mid-range device ready to hit the market.
The new smartphone is the first to feature Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 760 5G modular platform and supports 12 different 5G bands.
Another exhibitor has cancelled its appearance at MWC 2020 amid growing coronavirus concerns.
The Nokia 7.2 is yet another solid all-round mid-range camera, but it’s key differentiator is the camera setup onboard.
The Nokia 6.2 sports a triple camera array and has support for HDR10.