Nokia Prepping Up Blazingfast And Powerful Phones To Watch Out For MWC 2017
Nokia may soon unveil a new handset with Qualcomm's latest 835 Snapdragon processor at the upcoming Mobile World Congress (MWC) event in Barcelona. As per a post on Chinese Twitter-like site Weibo, Either way, the new Snapdragon chip from Qualcomm seems like a safe bet for many of 2017's high-end smartphones, and if the speculations of a top-end device from Nokia are accurate, it wouldn't be all that surprising to see the phone making use of the 835.
Nokia To Release A Smartphone Powered By Qualcomm's Fastest Chip
To mention such a gadget is almost definitely coming sooner or maybe later, and we wouldn't totally rule out a February 26 announcement, followed by an actual debut in March or April. "When the time comes, it will be made public", Nokia announces, or so we reckon, based on a rough translation of an adequately convoluted Weibo post. Rumors are rounding it could be Nokia P1.
Nokia P1 Expected Specs And Features
The P1 is also expected to run on the latest Android Nougat and sports a 5.3-inch display, covered with Gorilla Glass 5, with either full-HD or QHD screen resolution. The Nokia P1 is believed to pack Snapdragon 835 SoC coupled with a massive 6GB of RAM. In terms of camera, the Nokia P1 smartphone is said to sport a Zeiss-certified 22.6-megapixel rear camera. The P1, which is IP57-certified, to draw power from a 3,500mAh battery supporting for quick charging. There is also a fingerprint scanner on the right side of the device as well. A leaked Nokia roadmap claims that as many as 7 Nokia Android phones are in the works for 2017, with Nokia 6 just the first of these powerful smartphones.
Motorola Z (2017) Spotted In GeekBench, Powerful Specs Revealed
When Motorola announced the Moto Z back last year, we guessed it probably shouldn’t come as a surprise to learn that the company could be considering a successor for 2017.
Nokia's Gigantic Tablet Set To Run Fastest Chip, A Massive 4 GB RAM And Latest Android Nougat
Another device from Nokia has been spotted on GFXBench today. It looks like the upcoming device is a gigantic tablet as it has an 18.4-inch Display and powerful specs.
MWC 2017: What To Expect From The World’s Biggest Mobile Event
With 2017 well underway, the next big smartphone launch platform is Mobile World Congress 2017. Much awaited phones like Samsung Galaxy S8, HTC 11, LG G6 and Nokia are expected to showcase their respective specs and features.
Qualcomm’s In-Screen Fingerprint Sensor Far From Ready For Consumers
Qualcomm needs to overcome the challenges before a shipment date can be confirmed for the in-screen fingerprint scanner. One of the challenges is the need to improve the scan-through ability of the screen fingerprint tech.
Nokia's 3, 5, 6 Coming To The UK, Release Dates And Price Confirmed
The Nokia 3 will be the first device to arrive, going on sale July 12 for £119.99, followed a couple of weeks later by the Nokia 5 on August 2 for £179.99. The Nokia 6, meanwhile, will arrive August 16 for £219.99.
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