Future Nokia Android smartphones surface online
Formerly Microsoft-owned Nokia is now ready to be reborn under the HMD banner. Ownership aside, Nokia will also switch from Windows Phone to the popular Android platform. However, it looks like the upcoming Nokia smartphones will not bring anything new to the table in terms of design.
The first to arrive is known as Nokia D1C, and we already saw it surface on AnTuTu and Geekbench. Its specs are expected to include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor with Adreno 505 graphics, 3 GB RAM, and 32 GB internal storage.
The second one is known as Nokia P, and the specs are expected to include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC, 6 GB RAM, and a 23 MP main camera with Carl Zeiss lens. However, it looks like Nokia might drop the fingerprint sensor, or the prototype spotted until now simply has none installed yet.
The Nokia D1C concept render shows a handset with a metallic body without anything special, while the leaked images of what appears to be a Nokia P prototype show a design similar to HTC's flagships, but since it has not even the camera lens installed, a lot can change until the final version hits the market.
If everything goes as planned, Nokia might unveil the new handsets in late February, at MWC 2017.