Nokia To Fold Series 90 Platform into Series 60
Nov 3, 2004, 2:34 PM by (staff)
Nokia CEO Jorma Ollila today announced that Nokia plans to phase out the standalone Series 90 platform, merging its multimedia and pen-input features into the next version of the company's popular Series 60 smartphone platform. The announcement comes just one day after Nokia announced the 7710 - the first commercial device to use Series 90. The new Series 60 will support a wider range of devices, from mass-market multimedia phones to high-end devices with touch-screens. Nokia will continue to license Series 60 to other device makers, and continue to produce its own devices using the Series 30, 40, 60, and 80 platforms.
Hands On with Alcatel's New 5, 3, and 1 Series Smartphones
Alcatel showed off new hardware at CES this week, though it stopped short of fully announcing any new phones. The 5 Series, 3 Series, and 1 Series devices will encompass its entire smartphone range moving forward.
Hands On with Sony's Xperia X Series
The X Series is an interesting new range of phones from Sony. Although they all look similar, the various specs cover a surprisingly wide range of the market from affordable to high-end, the models hit on a number of current trends.
Hands On with the Motorola G5 and G5 Plus
Motorola introduced the Moto G5 and G5 Plus in Barcelona, the latest in its series of mid-range handsets. Motorola says it polled consumers in order to develop the G5 series' feature set, which include metal designs, good cameras, fingerprint readers, and high-definition screens.
TCL Revamps Alcatel Handsets with 5 Series, 3 Series and 1 Series
TCL Communication today announced three new devices falling under the Alcatel brand. These phones are the first in a range of affordable devices that target different price points.
1,000th News Item on Phone Scoop!
For anyone interested, this is a major milestone for Phone Scoop. This is the 1,000th news item I've written for the site!
Holy crap that's a lot! My fingers are tired. I'm going to happy hour now - to raise a glass in honor. Cheers!