Welcome to the new look NokNok

Just as Nokia is constantly evolving and changing so is NokNok, and with that spirit of change in the air we thought it was time to introduce a new look and feel to the site. Take a look around and let us know what you think.

Since it’s launch in 2007, NokNok has been all about embracing the world of Nokia and even casual visitors will be aware that over the last few months we’ve moved our focus away from Symbian and closer towards Windows Phone.

Our new design is a visual nod to that move, as we’ve fully embraced the live Tiles of Windows Phone. As you can see, we’ve changed the layout of the website so it’s more visually appealing and incorporates new functionality to help promote the stories, videos and all aspects of the Windows Phone ecosystem. We’ll also made it easier than ever for you to buy your new Nokia Lumia.

We’ll still be covering all aspects of the Nokia ecosystem, from Symbian updates to the latest Series 40 phones, but right now, Nokia Lumia and Windows Phone is where our heart lies.

So, welcome one and all, from the curious shopper to the most ardent Nokia fan, there is something for everyone to be discovered on this site.

Please let us know your thoughts in the Comments below, we’d love to know what you think of the new site!  

Image: Nokia UK

  • Mikey_Bee

    Valid point. We wanted to keep the drop down menu focussed hence the limited number. That said, it’s a valid point and we’ll look into adding a few more hero devices.

  • http://www.facebook.com/AndrewPorterASP Andrew Porter

    I noticed that, but you’ve removed the N8 (for instance & other older phones) from the select your phone dropdown so I now need to scroll through the new phone news

  • Mikey_Bee

    Andrew, we’re still going to be covering older ‘legacy’ devices as you call them, such as Symbian and Series 40. This week alone we’ve covered the Asha 306 and the Nokia N8, so don’t worry we’ll keep it covered!

  • http://www.facebook.com/AndrewPorterASP Andrew Porter

    I understand you’ll be concentrating on the new phones but how do we ‘legacy’ users access our phone news?