The Nokia name has been dropped, but the Lumia 535 retains all the hallmarks of the firm's strong budget smartphones.
It's as cheap as chips, but does Microsoft's first 400-class handset have the features to make it a popular choice?
Samsung plans to develop denser batteries and slimmer camera sensors for more efficient, better-looking devices.
Apple Fusion keyboard can lead to even slimmer notebooks, as it merges a capacitive touch trackpad and keyboard together.
Microsoft has dropped the Nokia moniker for the next mid-range Windows Phone handset, but how does it feel?
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UpdatedFalse alarm people, Nokia has released a statement denying it's working on any new smartphone hardware.
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Microsoft launches a new Windows Phone 8.1 model to tide us over until Windows 10 arrives. Is it worthy of consideration?