Nokia PureBook Pro Laptop
Yes, Nokia still makes mobile phones and now, this PureBook Pro Laptop. The company partnered with French startup OFF Global to make this laptop destined for 22 countries. It will be available in a 15.6-inch ($780 USD) and 17.3-inch ($890 USD) models, with both featuring 1920 x 1080 resolution 250-nit displays, powered by Intel Core i3-1220P processors, 8GB of RAM and a 512GB SSD, which should be enough power to run most productivity apps as well as some games.

Nokia 3310 iPhone 13 Pro Stair Drop Test
First released in 21-years ago, the Nokia 3310 has earned the reputation of being nearly unbreakable, and rightfully so. This ultra compact and rugged mobile phone comes equipped with an 84 × 48 pixel pure monochrome display and a removable 115g battery. All of its buttons can be operated with a single thumb, including the blue button for selecting options, with the “C” button as a “backspace”, “back” or “undo” button. Read more to see if it can survive being dropped from a 20-story staircase.

Man Swallows Nokia 3310 Mobile Phone
A 33-year-old man from Pristina, Kosovo somehow managed to swallow an entire Nokia 3310 mobile phone, which some tout as nearly indestructible. Fortunately, this person was smart enough to drive themselves to the hospital after experiencing intense pain four days following the ordeal. Skender Teljaku was the doctor who performed the operation and showed not only the X-ray image of the lodged object, but the aftermath as well.

Mudita Pure Mobile Phone
At $369, the Mudita Pure wants to keep your mobile phone experience simple and refined. From afar, the device may appear to be a Nokia 3310, but upon closer inspection, you’ll realize that it’s a much more modern handset. The company touts that the Mudita Pure stands out for offering the lowest ‘SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) value among all mobile phones on the market, thus protecting users from electromagnetic radiation.

Nokia Luna Net High-Speed Internet Moon
Photo credit: Johannes Rieder
With NASA’s upcoming Artemis missions, it would make sense to install a high-speed internet network of sorts on the Moon for astronauts to use, and that’s where the Nokia Luna Net comes in. It consists of the main unit, lander, and three smaller nodes. When fully deployed the main unit as well as smaller nodes form a mesh communication network fully autonomously, powered by thermo-generators capable of generating electricity in extreme temperatures.

NASA Nokia Bell Labs 4G Cellular Network Moon
It’s official, NASA has selected Nokia Bell Labs to advance “Tipping Point” technologies for the Moon by deploying the first LTE/4G communications system in space in a bid to help pave the way towards sustainable human presence on the lunar surface. This ultra-compact, low-power, space-hardened, end-to-end LTE solution should be completed by late 2022. The company is partnering with Intuitive Machines for this mission to integrate this groundbreaking network into their lunar lander, which self-configures upon deployment. Read more for a video and additional information.