Nokia took to the stage at Mobile World Congress 2019 to unveil five new phones: one flagship, three mid-range and one feature phone.
The fifth annual World Emoji Day takes place today, with smartphone manufacturers launching new emoji characters.
HMD Global, the Finnish firm that owns the right to use the Nokia brand on phones, raises $100 million intended to boost growth.
The Nokia 8 Sirocco, Nokia 7 Plus and Nokia 6 are now available in South Africa on contract.
Mobile World Congress will take place next week in Barcelona and thousands of people are expected to attend.
The Nokia 2 is now available in SA and will sell for the recommended retail price of R1?699.
HMD Global has released its first premium device in SA, the Nokia 8, which will sell for under R10?000.
The Android device, due in September, will cash in on rising consumer demand for high-quality audio and video features.
The Nokia 5 and Nokia 6 smartphones will soon be available to purchase in SA and will both be priced under R4?000.
Africans, perceive the jazzed-up 3310 as an expensive imitation of the simple handset that remains the backbone of communication across the continent.
A remake of the Nokia 3310 keeps most of the original features but adds a camera and colour screen.
HMD Global relaunches the popular Nokia 3310, this time with a colour screen and camera as well as a long battery life.