Nokia, formerly a big name in mobile phone industry, has come back with a bunch of Android smartphones. One of the coming new entrants is the Nokia P1. I remember the fantasy of Nokia 3310 somewhere in my early life. Do you? Let us hope something like this for the new ventures of Nokia.
Late in May Nokia announced that they are not just returning but they are coming with Android Operating System. The Finland-based company will license its brand to Asian partners which will then create Nokia handsets. Since the announcement, there are rumors of Nokia smartphone.
The flagship phone Nokia P1 was originally thought to arrive at MWC 2017 with the top-end Snapdragon 835 processor. There are rumors in the market that it would probably not be the case and if it is announced at MWC 2017 it will be running the Snapdragon 821, not the 835.
Despite the fake account sharing some specifications on the web, it is believed that the Nokia P1 is very much in the making and coming soon as Nokia’s top-end Android phone. It’s said to run Android Nougat and come with a 5.3in display with Gorilla Glass 5 and IP57 protection.
Nokia P1 will have IP68 water and dust resistance capabilities and will be available in two sizes, 5.2 inches and 5.5 inches, each with QHD 2560×1440 AMOLED displays.
As well as the aforementioned Snapdragon 835, the Nokia P1 is expected to get 6GB of RAM. A Carl Zeiss 22.6Mp camera could be found at the rear, and a 3,500mAh battery with Quick Charge 4.0 inside.
Concept Creator has released a new YouTube video (shown below) revealing what the Nokia P1 might look like based on leaks. It reveals a metal frame, hybrid dual-SIM slot, Carl Zeiss camera, a front home button with embedded fingerprint scanner and a 5.3in display.
According to reports Nokia P1 is thought to be priced at around $800 or £634 with 128GB of storage, and $950 or £753 with 256GB.
The Nokia P1 popped up on Weibo as the subject of discussion by what appeared to be Nokia China. It said the phone would arrive at MWC 2017 with the Snapdragon 835 processor. Unfortunately, HMD has since confirmed that this was a fake account.
Let us see what updates are there in the pipeline in coming days. Keep visiting us as we will update you as quick as possible.