The latest market research from IDC shows that Android powered smartphones were the most popular in Q1 2012, accounting for almost 60% of the 152.3 million world-wide unit sales.
Strategy Analytics reports that there were only 42 new smartphones announced at Mobile World Congress (MWC), an event where manufacturers usually take the opportunity to trumpet new high-end models. Microsoft and Nokia’s presence was particularly muted
According to the latest research from International Data Corporation (IDC), the global cell phone market grew 6.1% year over year in Q4 of 2011, but the feature phone market declined faster than anticipated.
A new world-wide survey from SSI has found that an overwhelming majority of people around the world (95%) are cell phone owners with the lowest rate of ownership in the US.
Sprint says it is helping ease parents minds by launching Sprint Drive First, a new application that automatically disables a phone while driving.
Nokia has announced two new smartphones, the first to incorporate the updated Symbian software – Anna. The Nokia E6 for business and the Nokia X7 for gamers.
T-Mobile and Nokia have announced that the Nokia Astound will be available from April 6. Europeans know it the Nokia C7. Its an affordable yet stylish social networking smartphone powered the the Symbian OS
Nokia has announced that the Nokia E7 smartphone is now available. Its tailored more for the business user but could be described as a mobile office and social network in one device, ideal for play and work.
According to a recent update from Nokia, deployment of Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync for Nokia smartphones is gaining substantial traction among the world’s biggest operators and enterprises.
Nokia has announced a family of smartphones powered by the all new Symbian OS which is expected to bring significant enhancements in speed and ease of use.