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Globe pilots customized Nokia antenna in South Cotabato

The IPAA+ antenna was produced by Nokia for Globe as a sustainable, low footprint, and high capacity 4G/5G antenna to support smooth site upgrades across the country.

Nokia, Now Telecom team up for 5G expansion in PH

The initiative is facilitated by the grant received by Now Telecom from the US Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) to support the development of 5G mobile and fixed wireless networks in the country.

Accelerating tech adoption to boost PH economy, says Nokia   

As the Philippines continues to experience exponential growth in data, supported by Omdia’s latest figures on cellular data traffic projections for the country, Nokia anticipates the demand of critical network technology to rise as the country bounces back from the pandemic and moves towards Industry 4.0.  

Classic Nokia 8210, 2660 make a comeback

The fan-favorite classic Nokia 2660 flip phone and Nokia 8210 are back with retro nostalgic designs and upgraded technology under the hood.

Nokia’s new budget phone boasts 3-day battery life, 50MP camera

The Nokia G21 will also be the first G-series product to receive a 90Hz screen refresh rate and view Netflix streamed content in high definition (HD) quality.

Nokia says 5G momentum continues despite Covid-19

Nokia said enterprises at an advanced level of 5G adoption are growing faster than their peers, with more than 10% increase in productivity during the Covid-19 pandemic.

REVIEW | Nokia 3.4 lower mid-range smartphone

The Nokia 3.4 looks classy but doesn't cost a fortune. However, if photography is important to you, this is not a good choice.

UNBOXING | Nokia 3.4 budget smartphone

Stay tuned for our full review of the Nokia 3.4 budget smartphone.

REVIEW | Nokia 5310 Xpress Music

In an ocean of smartphones, Nokia has re-released its classic 5310, in a re-imagined music-focused avatar.

Nokia bares 2020 lineup: 5G unit, 2 new smartphones, 5310 feature phone

The newest smartphones are still part of the Android One program, even though the Android One logo has been omitted for cosmetic purposes, and covers all three key price segments.
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