Tag: Nokia

  • Liquid Intelligent Technologies selects Nokia for a 12Tbps fiber backbone link spanning 7 African countries

  • Xiaomi 12s Ultra concept has a built-in Leica lens mount!

  • The legendary Nokia 3310 turns 20 today

  • All Major Mobile World Congress Live Streams In One Place

  • 6 Phones Under US$140 You Can Buy In The Techzim Store Right Now

  • The Most Popular Phone On The Techzim Marketplace Might Surprise You

  • End Of An Era As WhatsApp Support Is Discontinued For Nokia S40 Phones

  • 5 Solid and Affordable Gadgets You Can Buy In Zimbabwe This Festive Season

  • Titans die for technology to evolve

  • WhatsApp for Nokia, is my phone still supported in 2017-2018?

  • Nokia reunites with Zeiss: will these changes help it get back to the top again?

  • Why the return of the Nokia 3310 is a brilliant move

  • Nokia 3310 officially returns at MWC 2017 as a feature phone without emerging market ambitions

  • WhatsApp Shutting down WhatsApp Web for Symbian and Blackberry OS

  • Return of the indestructible mbudzi? – Nokia 3310 to make comeback at MWC 2017

  • Apple enjoys a minute victory over Samsung claiming top spot as Top Global smartphone vendor

  • A quarter of Zimbabweans are using ‘Unknown’ imitation smartphones

  • Brace yourself for the biggest smartphone battle in 2017

  • Nokia paving the way for their upcoming smartphones.

  • Nokia Officially back in the smartphone game!

  • An estimated 10% of Zimbabwean smartphone users to be affected as WhatsApp ends support for Blackberry, Nokia

  • As Xiaomi enters Africa, local IAP, Africom takes lead for Zim market – offers a $250 device

  • It’s more than just the phones: what can we expect at Mobile World Congress 2015?

  • The top 10 mobile phone & tablet brands on the Zimbabwean market

  • Android takes over as the leading mobile operating system in Zimbabwe

  • Predictions for 2015: The rise of the Chinese phones

  • Zim startup Avelgood Apps hits 10 million downloads in 2 years

  • Guess who’s back: The Nokia N1 tablet

  • Details of Microsoft’s first smartphone, the Lumia 535

  • Zim smartphone penetration now over 15%, but what exactly is a smartphone?