Nokia confirms that there will be smartphones again in 2017
Next year will be an important milestone in the final return of the famous Finnish smartphone manufacturer that once ruled the phone business before iOS and Android came along. According to information found in a presentation that was detected on the Nokia website, Nokia's timeline promises a return to the smartphone market in 2017. We have heard rumors about new smartphones from Nokia for months now. First there were rumors about two new high-end models. Those will be apparently come with screen sizes between 5.2 and 5.5 inches and feature QHD-resolution plus state of the art technology inside.
Last but not least, we expect the D1C midrange phone, that already appeared on Geekbench and AnTuTu to be released next year with a Snapdragon 430 on board. Of course Nokia will not be the manufacturers but merely licensing their popular name, instead the phones will be produced by the HMD consortium, which Foxconn is a big part of. Android 7 is expected to come preinstalled on all Nokia phones next year. We are expecting Nokia to launch their phones during Mobile World Congress in Barcelona early next year.
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