Its better late than never!
Nokia has been out of the market for its peculiar strategies and innovations that perhaps didn’t cast any spell on the customers. The tension grew up to such a grewsome level that it has to sell itself to Microsoft.
Now finally it has announced its first ever Android phone that is globally lauded as a wise and future-oriented decision, and is considered a pleasant come back.
Although, the Android driven smartphone is available in China at present, it is no far to see it in your hands.
To go in step with the market, the brand has decided to come up with other Android devices that probably will be showcased in the upcoming MWC 2017.
In this regard, Qualcomm is rumoured to have unveiled Nokia 8 at CES, while Nokia Heart and flagship Nokia P1 are kept to be brought on the ramp at MWC.
So many questions raise their heads and we know them very well. So let’s have a brief but comprehensive look at some of the most rumored specs of the cherished Nokia Android phones.
According to HMD Global, the phone secured a score of almost 1 million pre-registrations in China that helped the phone disappear in just one minute.
The reason to keep the phone abreast and afloat in China is because of the huge market it has to hit. Reportedly, since there are 552 million users that might grow to 593 million by 2017, it is logically important to enjoy the local market first.
Design Single block of Series 6000 aluminium
Display 5.5 inch full-HD with protective 2.5D Gorilla Glass
Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 octa-core processor Adreno 505 GPU
Internal Storage 64GB
Camera 16 MP primary camera with phase-detection autofocus 8MP rear camera
1.4GHz Snapdragon 430 processor with Adreno 505 graphics
RAM 2GB , Storage of 16 GB ,Camera 13 MP Rear camera and Runs on Android Nougat.
After CES 2017, Total Tech posted a video that discusses ‘Nokia Supreme’ or Nokia 8, and claims that it contains information that were captured during CES.
On the other hand, Qualcomm negates any such leaks and notifies that they do not in principle leak or share any information about their reference design. They disassociate themselves form all the rumours that indicate their attempt of unveiling any features of any device.