Nokia P1 The Upcoming Smartphone Model Looks Amazing

Nokia P1 The Upcoming Smartphone Model Looks Amazing

The CEO of Nokia the Finnish Company, Rajeev Suri possibly giving real meaning for the forthcoming MWC (Mobile World Congress), which is going to held next month. It is till now not understandable that with what product the company CEO, Rajeev Suri will be on the stage. As we all know that Nokia 6 had made a blast when it had come to the Smartphone market.

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There are many people who have high hopes with Nokia that it will come with some thrilling and electrifying smartphone. Some few days ago, HMD has launched Nokia mobile at MWC where the question arises about the phone, what group it fit in, what are the profit and characteristics does it consist of? Bunch of questions.

According to the reports, the supporter of re-born company product is named Nokia P1. Presently a video was uploaded to the biggest video sharing platform YouTube by the user known as “Concept creator”, which demonstrated the Nokia’s flagship and was named Nokia P1 in the video.

When we discuss the specification consisting of probably refreshed rumors, where the news was prepared during the month of January. Rumours says that the device will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor and no less than 6GB of RAM, which will be called as the star figure of the first half of the year. There is a two storage edition 128 GB and 256 GB, such as the Xiaomi MI MIX and a screen of 5.3 inches with resolution 1,920 × 1,080 pixels and IGZO technology.

The safeguard is been given by a Gorilla Glass 5 which is now a day latest version. The android edition will be the 7.0 Nougat is having a 3,500 mAh battery with Quick Charge 4.0. The rear camera could feature a Zeiss-certified sensor of 22.6 Megapixels and the features of selfie camera are not yet revealed.

The tech giant Nokia has already announced for the event which will be held at MWC (Mobile World Congress) on February 26. According to the official site of Nokia, “it is currently working on the smartphones operating Android.”

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  1. Mantosh Pal February 11, 2017

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