After the release of the Nokia 6 model, it seems that we will be getting a new model at the MWC 2017. Recent leaks talk about HMD Global releasing another Android-based smartphone, namely the Nokia P1. Apparently, the smartphone resembles the Sharp Aquos Xx3 phone that was released in 2016 in Japan.
It is estimated that the Nokia P1 smartphone will cost somewhere around $800 (approximately Rs. 54,500). This is the price for the 128 GB model, while the 256 GB option will need $950, according to a report released by the Russian magazine Worket.
When it comes to the specifications, the phone is actually a great one. It runs on Android Nougat and it has a 5.3 inches display that comes with a Gorilla Glass 5. Most likely it will have a full-HD or QHD resolution. People expect the phone to come with a Snapdragon 835 SoC processor and 6 GB RAM.
Moreover, it seems that the smartphone will bring a 22.6 MP back camera which has a Zeiss certification. It also has a IP57 certification and a 3500 mAh battery that supports quick charging, so that you won’t waste time waiting for it to charge. The manufacturers also included a fingerprint scanner on the right part of the phone.
HMD Global appears to have already sent the invitations for the MWC 2017 event, which will take place on the 26th of February. At the event, the company should release more Nokia devices. Up until now, they only launched the Nokia 6 model on the Chinese market, and they have no plans to also release it outside this country. A Nokia roadmap that was leaked shows that Nokia 6 is in fact just the first one of the 7 Android phones that are planned for 2017, which is awesome news for the fans!