Nokia unveiled its "self-fix phone'" last Monday - one of the first budget Android smartphones designed to be repaired at home.

The technology - which has been brought to the market in partnership with iFixit - will enable customers to carry out simple fixes themselves, such as replacing depleted batteries or cracked display screens.

Nokia and its parent company HMD Global hope the phone will appeal to an audience looking to save time and money with their next investment - plus offer an enviable lifespan for consumers.

March 02, 2023 — Gaurav Khanna