After much anticipation and wait, Nokia, with its new range of Android smartphones will finally be making a comeback at the MWC in February 2017. Avaxx, the distributor of Nokia/Microsoft in Malaysia, gave this good news in a slideshow that the once reigning cell phone manufacturer will be launching no less than 7 phones in the 2nd Quarter of 2017.
Recent updates have informed that the market will be adorned with almost 7 of the new Nokia Android phones, under the brand name HMD Global. Two of the phones were rumored to be available before the end of 2nd quarter of the year; nonetheless, the company seems eager to launch the phones, in order to keep up the market shares. Distributors are promising that the entire range will be out before 2017 ends.
Among the range, Nokia D1C is probably going to be launched at the event. There has also been discussion over Nokia E1that might go with Nokia D1C at the launch. The phones would be economical for the purchaser and will run on Android Marshmallow, though some sources have claimed it to be Nougat. Nokia E1 is rumored to have 4GB RAM and will run on the Snapdragon 600 series processor.
Then there is going to be the flagship Nokia-Branded smartphone, Nokia P at the event. Nokia P is expected come with Zeiss Lens, 23 MP rear camera, 6 GB RAM and Snapdragon 835 SoC.
Before Microsoft bought the company, Nokia had an unsuccessful attempt at launching Nokia X range having some mixed specs of both Android and Windows phone. But the return of the brand under the title of a different company holds promises for its future.
We are keeping our fingers crossed in the hope that the phones turn out to be as good as they are expected.