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Welcome to the official Nokia Phones website. Discover our new award-winning 2018 range of Android smartphones, mobile phones, accessories and more.Nokia launches its first 4G feature phone, Android Go smartphone; says 2018 a critical year HMD has also joined hands with Google to launch its first Android Go (Oreo) Edition smartphone, Nokia 1, which is targeted at emerging markets like India.Innovative startups working on solutions for the future of industrial automation invited to compete in the Nokia Open Innovation ChallengeHome » technology » World’s first Android phone. World’s first Android phone. Phones have come a long way since Innocenzo Manzetti played around with the idea of a “speaking telegraph” in 1844.Nokia was once the biggest smartphone manufacturer in the world but lost its appeal when it overlooked Android and started making Windows-powered smartphones. Microsoft bought the company in 2013 Earlier this month we reported how Nokia’s Android smartphones are slated for launch in early 2017. As we get closer to the impending launch of the new Nokia D1C Android smartphones, more leaks have confirmed specs and price of the two Android smartphones. Leaked image of the Nokia D1C According The Nokia X family was a range of smartphones that was produced and marketed by Microsoft Mobile, originally introduced in February 2014 by Nokia.The smartphones run on the Nokia X platform, a Linux-based operating system which was a fork of Android.Nokia X is also a model of phone, known generally as the Nokia Normandy. The first Android device Nokia made, and came as a surprise as the Nokia had enjoyed 14 years as the number one global cell phone maker. The Finnish company’s phones were ubiquitous throughout the late 90s and 2000s, but the rise of the smartphone era would see Months after showing off the Nokia 6 at Mobile World Congress, HMD has brought it to the U.S. under a new name — the Nokia 6.1. For its $270 price tag, the Nokia 6.1 offers exceptional value.Need to Transfer iTunes music to Android or iPhone. Scenarios 1: I just made the switch from an iPhone to an Android phone, but I have a ton of music on iTunes, how can I move my iTunes music to my new Android phone?