Nokia phones used to be the most iconic mobile devices that have accompanied us throughout childhood. The brand’s most remarkable phones such as Nokia 3310, Nokia 8210, Nokia N95, and Nokia 900 have opened up a pathway for other mobile phone behemoths in innovating new mobile products. Besides basic phones, Nokia Singapore offers a wide range of affordable smartphones too. Learn some ways to curb your smartphone addiction below.


Top Nokia Smartphones Price List 2021

Top 10 products Price Store
Nokia 9 PureView S$ 910.00 Shopee
Nokia 6.1 Plus S$ 138.00 Shopee
Nokia 8 S$ 455.00 Shopee
Nokia 7 Plus S$ 232.00 Lazada
Nokia 8.1 S$ 285.59 Shopee
Nokia 6 S$ 245.00 Shopee
Nokia 3.4 S$ 238.56 NewEgg
Nokia 4.2 S$ 140.07 Amazon
Nokia 1 S$ 105.60 Lazada
Nokia 2 S$ 146.00 Shopee
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Nokia Nokia 9 PureView

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Tips for Breaking Your Smartphone Addiction with Nokia

According to a study, people unlock their phones up to 150 times a day, which is quite a lot of checking. Although there’s nothing wrong with checking your apps, spending too much time on them could lose your attention to more important things. If you are willing to break free from your phone addiction, here’s a short list of tips to keep in mind.

Disable notifications

Unlike basic phones, the latest phones from Nokia wield a technology that allows them to buzz whenever the user receives an Instagram like, Facebook Messenger message or Twitter reply. This is one of the best features of many smartphones today but you don’t have to enable this if you want to break your smartphone addiction. To disable the push notifications, just go to Settings and tap Notification Settings; then, uncheck the Receive Notifications. With that, instead of checking your phone every time you receive a notification, you will start doing it once or twice a day. Although this makes you late in replying messages or seeing your crush’s latest status post, you are not going to miss out to any great extent, unless it’s an emergency message from your family or friend.

Remove Apps

If disabling notifications doesn’t work for you, then how about you get rid of unnecessary apps. When deciding what apps to uninstall, focus on the websites and online services to your handset. If you already have Facebook and Twitter on your phone, there’s no need to install them on your laptop. Another thing is whether you need access to your emails on the go. If not, then you can just uninstall your Gmail, since you already have it on your laptop. All in all, if you can access these social media platforms on your laptop by going to their websites, then you can uninstall some of them from your phone to reduce the amount of time you spend on your Nokia phone. Limiting the number of apps on your phone brings your attention to other worthwhile things. Not only that, it also gives you fewer notifications to check and fewer updates to install, freeing up your phone’s storage and reducing clutter on its home screen. If you haven’t checked how many apps you have on your phone, now’s the time to figure out what apps you really need and what you can live without. You can determine what apps are useful for you if you remove one but you haven’t reinstalled it in a month. This means that the app is not that important in the first place.

Enable Airplane Mode

It’s easy to enable the airplane mode on your Nokia smartphone, just go to Settings and turn on Airplane Mode. The advantage of enabling this setting is it blocks phone notifications that cause you to use your phone, however, you will not be able to check important messages and phone calls. Nevertheless, if you want to take some time off from notifications, then it’s best to enable this feature.

Are Nokia phones still available?

Yes, Nokia continues to manufacture smartphones ever since the brand re-entered the mobile and smartphone market through a licensing arrangement with HMD Global. The brand’s products can still be purchased anywhere online.

What is the latest Nokia phone in 2019?

The latest Nokia phone in 2019 is the Nokia 9 PureView which was released in February 2019. Coming with 5.9-inch screen size, this smartphone has a resolution of 1440 x 2880 pixels. It is packed with 3320mAh of battery life, five 12MP lenses in the rear camera, 6GB RAM, and 128GB storage. The PureView is powered by Android 9 and Snapdragon 845. Priced pretty affordably, this flagship does a decent job in performing what it offers. This Nokia smartphone is currently priced at S$642.68 in Singapore.

Nokia announced its first-ever flagship phone that supports 5G network, namely the Nokia 8.3 5G, which will be released sometime in June 2020. The phone is powered by Android 10 and will receive software updates for 2 years and monthly security upgrades for at least 3 years. Like many flagship phones with colossal battery life these days, the Nokia 8.3 5G is on a par with them by housing a 4,500mAh battery. More specs information to come when this phone is released globally.