Nokia Upcoming Android Phones, Nokia E1 And Nokia D1C

Jan 05, 2017 07:57 PM EST | Hem Cervantes


Nokia's comeback under HMD Global has been confirming its release on two Android phones inside early in 2017. There will be two models a Nokia E1 and Nokia D1C. Both the smartphones are tipped to be mid-ranges devices.

The Nokia E1 handset will pack in Qualcomm's and be powered by Snapdragon 600 series along with 4GB of RAM. While Nokia D1C will feature the Snapdragon 835 SoC, 6GB RAM, and a 23-megapixel rear camera.  One or both of the handset will have the Carl Zeiss imaging which will feature a dual lens camera setup that was seen on earlier Nokia devices.

The Nokia Android phone is also expected to run Android 7.0 Nougat. They are also news updates about the waterproof capacity of the smartphone in a combination of a metal unibody design.

 Nokia has been known around the world for its innovation including in mobile phones. HMD as the new home of Nokia phones will write the next chapter for these products. They plan on running the Android operating system on their future branded smartphones and tablets, uniting with one of the world's iconic mobile brands through its leading mobile software and app development community.

Arto Nummela said that Nokia will be competitive with regard to its pricing and specs. The company will be bringing innovation where it matters for the consumers the most. Nokia is coming to life again with through its new lineup of handsets. It will be premium quality and the design that people will immediately recognize as Nokia.

HMD Global would set to occupy the market with five Nokia and smartphones. On the other hand, it looks now that the company will be aggressive in pushing out products in 2017. In addition, it was also confirmed that they also will be launching a series of attractive Nokia feature phones to maintain the market share.


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