The return to the ring by the Finnish company Nokia has caused a spectacular stir among Android followers, mainly because the brand is not willing to go unnoticed and has high expectations in this sector. And that makes people who have owned one of the phones of the old Nokia again deposit a vote of confidence in the company.
The demand of Nokia terminals so high that they have not been able to cope with the tremendous demand on the Nokia 6 from China, as all sales have been exhausted in the Asian country. But as we already said, the expectations of the Finns are high, and with the coming arrival of the Mobile World Congress, they have an unbeatable opportunity to look even more.
Nokia could present up to three new smartphones at this technology fair, one being the Nokia P1, a terminal that would come to demonstrate the full potential of the company, planting face to the big brands. By way of summary, it would incorporate a Snapdragon 835 processor, 6GB of RAM, a 22.6-megapixel camera and a 3500 mAh battery. In technology they do not want to be left behind.
The second would be the Nokia 8, another terminal that does not look like a mid-range, since it would own another 835 Snapdragon processor, 4GB of RAM, QHD screen and 24 megapixel rear camera. And the last to come to the fore would be a very different theme from the two previous terminals. The third release would be a remastering of the Nokia N95, a mobile that marked the era of the technology used in its moment.
This terminal would be very different, at least in the interior, although we have very few details about the Nokia N95 at present. Experts point that it could take a 600 Snapdragon processor, and that all this already would have confirmed it HMD Global, the company in charge now managing the Nokia mobile division.