With its latest devices coming this summer, the company is looking ahead to 2020.
We’ve rounded up our picks to see which new Nokia phones we think will be worth your time and money.
NOKIAFONE M7 Nokia’s newest phones are looking like something out of a sci-fi thriller.
They’re thin, sleek, and sleek.
It’s the first time we’ve seen a phone that looks this futuristic.
There’s a lot going on here.
The Nokia M7’s back is made of metal and the camera lens is an aluminium alloy, and it feels as if it’s made of the same material as the back of a mobile phone.
It looks sleek, but also powerful and powerful-looking.
The phone has an 8-inch curved display and Nokia says that the phone will feature “the best camera performance on a smartphone” and is waterproof to IP68.
There are a lot of changes in this phone.
The M7 has a new design that’s almost a touch more squared off than the M9, which has a more rounded front and bottom.
The camera lens has also been moved from the bottom to the top of the phone.
This makes the phone more streamlined and easier to use, and makes it easier to grip and hold when it’s in your hand.
The back of the M7 is made up of metal with a metallic-looking design, which Nokia says will look better on the phone than the metal used on the M8.
It also has a curved screen, which means that you can easily hold the phone on your hand, even while you’re working.
The curved screen also means that there’s more of an ambient light sensor on the back, which will help with night photography.
The screen has a resolution of 720p and it’s curved, which allows for a great amount of screen real estate.
Nokia says the phone has a 13MP rear camera with a f/1.7 aperture, which is “fast enough for selfies and selfies with wide angles”.
The front camera is a 10MP rear with f/2.2 aperture, and the front of the camera is f/5.0.
The battery on the Nokia M8 is a 3000mAh battery, which you can find on some other devices.
The Lumia 928 has a 3000mah battery, and while Nokia says it’s “up to 2 hours longer than its predecessor”, the battery life on the Lumia 927 was just 1.5 hours.
You can buy a Nokia Lumia 926, but it’s not available in the US, UK, or France.
The new Nokia M9 Nokia’s next flagship phone is looking a little more sleek than its last one.
It has a 5.5-inch display with a 720p resolution, and a 5MP rear-facing camera.
There is also a dual camera setup, which offers a f/+1.8 aperture, f/4.7 lens, and f/16.8 lens.
The display has been shrunk from 4,500 by 3,600 pixels to 1,920 by 1,080 pixels.
There isn’t a headphone jack, but the device will have an NFC sensor.
The front-facing 8MP camera has a f2.4 aperture, but you’ll get a f4.2 one in the Nokia 925.
The rear camera has f/8.0 aperture, so you’ll be able to take selfies.
Nokia has also added a fingerprint scanner, which the company says is a “significantly faster and easier” fingerprint scanner than that found on other phones.
The device will be available in three colors: black, silver, and gold.
The software is based on Windows 10 Mobile, which includes Nokia’s Continuum functionality, Nokia Maps, and Nokia Maps Home.
There will also be an update to Nokia’s mobile operating system next year, which should make Nokia’s M phones a lot more affordable.
Nokia M10 Nokia’s latest smartphone is also looking a lot like a future flagship phone.
In fact, it looks like the company has been trying to recreate the Nokia X phone that came out in 2016.
The latest Nokia M phones have the same screen as the Nokia 8, which also has an edge-to-edge display and a larger display.
The screens are actually quite large, so it looks more like a phone than a traditional smartphone.
It does have a slightly larger 5.7-inch screen than the Nokia 12.
The two cameras have been moved to the bottom, and now you’ll also get a “digital zoom”.
The new design for the phone is a lot less angular, and looks a lot better in the hands of photographers.
The design is also much more modern, and there are many more features, such as a built-in GPS, NFC, Bluetooth, and 802.11ac Wi-Fi.
The main feature that’s different from the Nokia 10 is that the device now has a physical home button.
The physical home key now works