A total of 3 to 4 Nokia branded Android tablets and Smartphones will be launched at latter end of this year or probably early 2017, if the statement from Mike Wang – the head and president of the joint management team at Nokia China is anything to reckon with.
The Finnish company back in May this year announced its plan to return into the world of mobile devices in full force. The devices will be designed by HMD, a newly established company headed by a former Nokia executive, with FOXCONN as the manufacturing partner.
According to rumors, Nokia is working on some quality phones sporting 5.5 and sporting 5.2-inch QHD OLED and powered by SD820 SoC displays, featuring a 22.6MP camera, and running on Android 7.0 out-of-the-box.
At last, Nokia branded tablets and Smartphones will storm the markets in the last quarter of 2016 with this development. Presently, Nokia has a non-compete contract with Microsoft, which restricts the company from publicizing its own hardware products.
Don’t forget that Microsoft bought over the mobile division of Nokia in 2014 before writing it off totally. After the write off, Microsoft also reorganized the feature phone business division to FOXCONN.
The non-competent contract of Nokia and Microsoft terminates at the end of this year and Nokia will return into its always proficient Smartphone business. HMD Global – a Finnish company launched by former Nokia employees will manufacture all the comeback devices of Nokia.
These devices will feature on Android operating system together with the Z Launcher of the company. It was also gathered from early leaks that the flagship gadgets will feature Snapdragon 820 processor and 4GB RAM, which may change close to the launch.
The leaked images of Nokia branded devices also recommend the use of colorful palettes for the casing of the device, which has been archetypal of all Nokia gadgets. Nokia devices have been popular for impressive camera, flagship specifications and colorful design, the concept upon which the return devices of Nokia will be based.