Nokia P Leaks, Hint Flagship with Snapdragon 835, 6 GB of RAM , PureView Camera and Fairy Dust
With no real indicators on what the future handsets the brand name “Nokia” will have in stock for us. HMD global, the manufacturer of said return of brand Nokia is apparently planning a flagship device with the top notch Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset and 6 GB of RAM for the Nokia re-launch lineup.
The news, not verified, but carried by publications throughout the technology space, claims that the flagship phone will also feature Nokia’s iconic Pure view camera, albeit in a 23 MP variant, and not the original 41 MP seen on the 808 . The camera will sport Zeiss lenses just like previous generations Nokia devices.
The Nokia powerhouse will also pack up-to 256 GB of storage and feature all the quirks, including NFC payments, wireless charging and OIS equipped front camera. The Nokia flagship phone will be launched at MWC 2017 in Barcelona , and will come with a 5.2/5.5 inch QHD display with an AMOLED screen.
For those confused there are few things to remember, this will not be a OnePlus competitor but rather a flagship competitor to take on the likes of the Galaxy S8 and dare we say even the iPhone.
The phone will come with a single sim capability and will not have expandable storage a lot of other features that flagships of next year are expected to have. To say the least, the Galaxy S8 is rumoured to have an all glass front with a near bezel less display with an embedded fingerprint sensor and waterproofing that is expected to be better than last years Galaxy S7. Nokia may fall behind these flagships with the lack of lead up time for the tech that other companies are starting to stuff into their phones.
With that in mind, Nokia may have a better chance making a flagship killer and not a flagship competitor, considering some of the biggest Nokia users, exist in the developing nations, where price is a major factor. The people waiting for Nokia phones, have a lot of expectations, and the comeback for the smartphone maker will be nothing short of legendary.
The thing here is that HMD Global, is not Nokia, not the essence but just the name, and will that live up to expectations. If it does live up to the expectations, will it last is the question? We, and most of our readers sure hope it does.