The world has been waiting for the grand comeback of Nokia, the Finnish company that is known for its high-quality mobile phones. And just recently, reports regarding its flagship smartphone were leaked. How advanced could the Nokia 'P' would be compared to other telecoms giant?
According to Forbes, the return of Nokia's name on smartphones is made possible with their licensing agreement with the HMD Global. After ending their partnership with Microsoft, the company announced that the first Android-powered handsets will be out in the first half of 2017. Although the announcement did not come with details, photos and predictions of the upcoming smartphones are quickly spreading all over the internet. The leaks suggest that they will be sleek and stunning - elegant enough to compete against Apple and Samsung.
The Nokia 'P' Flagship Smartphone Will Run On Snapdragon 835 With A Whopping 6GB RAM
In an interview with Economic Times, HMD's Chief Executive, Arto Nummela, said that the Nokia smartphones will be extremely competitive when it comes to pricing and specs. For instance, the Nokia 'P' is said to feature the Snapdragon 835, a well-known processor for power and efficiency. Aside from this, it is also expected to have a 23MP rear camera with Quad HD resolution as well as Carl Zeiss optics. These top of the line features, as what HMD said in their December press release, will focus on innovation, quality, and experience that add to the iconic Nokia mobile phone attributes of design, robustness, and reliability.
Other Nokia Smartphones To Be Launched In 2017 Are The Nokia D1C And Z2
According to India Times, the D1C is one of the smartphones to come out in two variants – 2GB RAM version and a 3GB RAM variant. In addition, another high-end model of Nokia smartphone which is the Z2 is also allegedly in the works. Both of them are said to be powered by Snapdragon, too.
On December 14, 2016, Nokia surprised the public with their official announcement of two 'dumb' phones which are the Nokia 150 And 150 Dual SIM. Despite having 31-day battery life and the iconic game of snake, people seem to be disappointed. But now that news regarding Nokia's newest smartphones is out, the company is gaining a lot of attention.