Android Daily News 3: Sony Xperia 1 III, Moto E7 launched, Marcus Weldon is leaving Nokia, and more

by Deepanjali

Welcome to RPRNA, in this article, we will cover all the latest news today about some Android phones- Nokia, Sony, and Moto.
Check the top news about Sony below:

  • Sony PS5 stock is sold out
  • Sony Xperia 1 III will be launch around February 2021

Check the top news about Moto below:

  • Moto E7 launched as a budget phone

Check the top news about Nokia below:

  • Marcus Weldon is leaving Nokia
  • Lava begins manufacturing phones for Nokia in India

  • Sony PS5 stock is sold out:

Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) CEO Jim Ryan confirmed that the PlayStation 5 is completely sold out despite his best efforts to have enough stock, according to an interview with Russia’s Tass. He added that he believes the supply shortage would have happened even without COVID-19. READ MORE HERE.

  • Sony Xperia 1 III will be launch around February 2021:

Sony fans have been clamoring for the brand to put out more ‘compact’ or smaller phones, and evidence is mounting that it will do just that with the Sony Xperia 1 III.

According to the Japanese site Android Next, Sony is working on a new phone with a 5.5-inch screen to be released in the first half of 2021. READ MORE HERE.

  • Moto E7 launched as a budget phone:

Motorola has found success over the past decade with the budget Moto E series. That now looks set to continue for another year thanks to the arrival of the next-gen Motorola Moto E7. READ MORE HERE.

  • Marcus Weldon is leaving Nokia:

When a board of a company chooses a new CEO, the changes in the management structures are inevitable. The same is currently going on with Nokia after Pekka Lundmark took the CEO position. The next person that will be leaving the company after Barry French is Markus Weldon, the current president of Bell Labs and Nokia’s Chief Technology Officer or shortly CTO. READ MORE HERE.

  • Lava begins manufacturing phones for Nokia in India:

Lava is looking to capitalize on the new PLI schemes for electronics announced by the government by offering its manufacturing capabilities to other companies and earn subsidies. The first major beneficiary is now confirmed to be Nokia. READ MORE HERE.

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