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Nokia Technologies is working on a secret project that will result in the company announcing a new smartphone as early as 2016, Recode is reporting, citing people who claim to have knowledge of its plans. According to the report, Nokia would unveil the device and then license its design and name to another company that would handle production and sales. Almost exactly a year ago, Microsoft formally acquired Nokia's phone business for $7.2 billion. The deal called for Microsoft to have the rights to use the Nokia name for a period of time and to continue producing Nokia smartphones through 2015. Nokia Technologies is one of three divisions that was not included in the sale.
We don't know anything about its ROM situation, though I assume it will be at least 512MB, This looks to be a step in the right direction, but it's not quite up to par with handsets like Verizon's Droid Incredible or Sprint's HTC EVO 4G, The Droid 2 comes preinstalled with Android 2.1, but with a slightly different version of Motorola's MOTOBLUR, It's suggested, however, that the Motoblur experience is not quite as "intrusive" deep emerald iphone case as it is on phones like T-Mobile's Cliq and Cliq XT, Droid Life refers to Wi-Fi tethering, although it doesn't go into specifics, Based on the finished look of the device I believe this phone is nearing its release and will likely miss Android 2.2 "Froyo." Depending on how deeply Motorola sinks its hooks into this phone, an update might not be all that far off..
Head to the Google Play store and you'll see the 16GB version is listed as 'Coming Soon'. You can sign up to be emailed when it's back in stock. The 8GB version is still listed as 'In Stock', with a delivery time of three to five business days. This comes just a few days after Google updated customers on exactly when the Nexus 7 would ship. If you pre-ordered the 8GB version, you should have it by now -- all being well -- while those after the 16GB will have to wait until next week. (If you pre-ordered, that is. Though our very own Nick Hide received his on Thursday, the lucky so and so.).
All this worthiness has made me feel pretty awesomeabout myself, and an iota better about the environmental footprint of thegadgets I'm gathering, Whether that extends to buying an eco-phone like the Samsung BlueEarth, made from recycled water bottles, remains to be seen, The problem with being a gadget lover is the huge pile of cadmium-laced, deep emerald iphone case discarded handsets filling up my drawer, So I went looking for a way to get rid of them responsibly, Warwickshire County council says there are over 20million potentially toxic redundant mobile phones in the UK alone, And how canyou not trust an organisation that has a bear chained to a tree as its logo?..
I can't judge something like the PowerWatch from a brief demo. But if it works and a fitness-tracking watch can be powered off body heat, it could mean something for low-powered basic fitness trackers down the road. I'll reserve further judgment until I get one to fully review, but it sounds like a dream. As always, please note that CNET's reporting on crowdfunding campaigns is not an endorsement of the project or its creators. Contributing to a crowdfunded project comes with risk. Before contributing to any campaign, read the crowdfunding site's policies, such as those for Kickstarter and Indiegogo, to find out your rights (and refund policies, or the lack thereof) before and after a campaign ends.