Dec 14, 2016 04:17 AM EST
Nokia Android Phone 2017: Low-Price Smartphone Gets Monster Hardware; Here's Why Samsung, Apple should be Scared
Nokia will make a sweet comeback next year with the introduction of an Android-based smartphone rumored to sport beast specs and performance.
Nokia Android Phone's Beast Hardware Revealed
The D1C Android Phone is said to come in two models, 5 inches and 5.5 inches variants. Geekbench reveals that Nokia D1C rocks Snapdragon 430 processor, 16 GB internal storage and two RAM options: 2GB and 3GB. The optics pair 8 MP of selfie shooter with either 13 MP or 16 MP rear camera.
Another rumor suggests that Nokia will unveil a premium hardware sporting 2K display and Snapdragon 820 chipset. However, there has been any report on the name of the upcoming device.
Nokia Android Phone 2017 to Challenge Apple and Samsung
Nokia was a successful company, leading the smartphone world one time. And this time, the wrongs will be made right. Aside from equipping the device with beast specs, the Finnish company is said to partner up with the best companies to bring out the most in Nokia Android Phone.
First, Google is reportedly working with Nokia to develop the Android phones. Reuters described it as 'close partnership' between the two giants in developing hardware but the opinion was then deleted for unknown reason.
Another reason for the other brands to be scared of Nokia is that the manufacturing partner, Foxconn, has been handling Apple iPhone for quite some time, Android Authority has learned. This means that there should never be a problem in assembling a techy device that's as sleek and elegant as iPhone 7.
The price leak is even more intimidating as this Android Phone rumored to sell for $147 for the base model.
Nokia Android Phone 2017 Release Date
Nokia confirms its participation in Mobile World Congress 2017. CEO Rajeev Suri will be delivering keynote speech and he could be introducing Nokia Android Phone along with the other developments that the company has been working on so far.
In 2017, the smartphone world will see a fierce competition between Apple, Samsung and Nokia - all showing off the latest flagships with beast performance.