HMD is going to hold an event at the MWC 2017. It will launch a few brand new Nokia devices that include the flagship device called Nokia P1. There are a lot of leaks and rumors about Nokia P1. It has got a metal and glass build along with fingerprint sensor located on the home button.
Nokia already sent out the media invites for the event on February 27. Apart from the Nokia 6 that went on sale in China, the company will unveil a few more Android smartphones. There is a YouTube user called Concept Creator. They have posted a video that offers a clear idea of what the Nokia P1 is going to bring.
The specs and details of Nokia P1
First of all, Nokia P1 is encased in a metal frame that has a glass front and back and there are also no bezels on sides. You will get a hybrid SIM slot on the left and a pill-shaped home button at the front. On the primary camera, you will get Carl Zeiss Optics with triple flash and Nokia branding below the setup.
There are USB-C charging port, a headphone jack and also dual stereo speakers at the bottom. Earlier leaks suggested that the Nokia P1 is powered by Snapdragon 835 processor. Reports already said that the devices with Snapdragon 835 would be delayed and you should not just expect it to be available before Galaxy S8.
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The Nokia P1 will also come with 5.3 inch display with IGZO that features a Corning Gorilla Glass 5 on top. It will come with a 22.6 MP camera and a battery backup of 3500 mAh. It will also have a 12MP of rear camera. There is also a quick charging facility offered by Qualcomm. It will have the ultrasonic fingerprint reader also with IP55 and IP57 certifications. It will run on Android 7.0 Nougat featuring 6GB RAM and 128GB/256GB of internal memory.
There is no sure news about the price or availability in markets yet. Nokia already made a comeback with Nokia 6 smartphones and the flash sale of China saw millions of Nokia mobiles going out of stock in just seconds. Let us wait and watch what the MWC in 2017 brings for Nokia. It seems like this year is a good one for Nokia. We will keep you posted. Till then, stay tuned!