Nokia Android Phones May Hit The Market By The End Of 2016


#Nokia #AndroidPhones – Nokia Android Phones May Hit The Market By The End Of 2016 : Nokia might make a comeback sooner than anticipated. Forbes reported that HMD Global Oy has authorized the spearheading brand name from the former Finnish cell phone maker and is ready to declare various Android handsets before the end of 2016.

Leaks have surfaced online, and a recent one showed a Nokia logo on the back body plate where two set patterns can be seen. The design features a simple look, similar to the mid-range Android devices.

While this arrival may get many people’s attention, it is, however, critical to note this does not mean the all out return of Nokia. The securing of the permit by HMD would offer Nokia contribution to the recent releases, but there will be no inclusion in the everyday running of inside matters in the organization. A post by Nokia Power User demonstrates that like most other smartphone lines, the future Nokia smartphones will highlight some high-end and midrange models.

The news is that in these handsets, Nokia may come out with a 5.2in and 5.5in screen size. They may have 2K display resolution with Super AMOLED for both.

Also, it may come with IP68 waterproofing certification on both handsets. Moreover, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor may power both gadgets as well.

The 5.5in model is said to have a 22MP camera. NPU says the sensors are the “most sensitive ever and will be based upon Nokia’s extensive research on wonder material Graphene.” The name ‘PureView’ may not be featured as it came under Microsoft with its deal with Nokia, but with Nokia having spearheaded such propelled camera tech, we can expect something as brilliant as the ‘PureView’.

The phones will be made by a sub-company of Foxconn called FIH Mobile. There would be no compelling reason to FMH to spend more on revamping Nokia’s mechanical endeavors and distribution chain when there are heaps of skilled alternatives available right at this point.

The smartphones are expected to hit the market by the end of this year – there are no clear insights on the release date yet. source:mobilenapps