Jun 30, 2015

Nokia: the rumors of an Android smartphone surfaced

The Finnish firm should return next year on the smartphone market. And according to a rumor circulating on the web, it could be done on Android. Nokia, which was No. 1 in mobile telephony has struggled to take the smartphone curve initiated by the arrival of the iPhone in 2007. The breakthrough of Apple’s smartphone and the skyrocketing Android devices has also led to the steady decline in its market share over the years.

Result: last year the Finnish firm sold its Microsoft terminals and service activities to focus on its phone equipment supplier and mapping activities. An agreement signed with the US computer giant, which prevents the passage of selling phones under its own brand by 2016.

But from next year, Nokia will re-enter the market for mobile telephony and it seems that it wants to run its Android terminals according to the site NokiaPowerUser . For this, an agreement was signed with Foxconn, the Taiwanese firm specializing in the manufacture of electronic products, which is particularly known for assembling Apple devices. Nokia would target three main markets: India, China and Europe. A global communication campaign could even begin at the end of the year.

Some rumors spoke last December for the arrival of an Android smartphone, named C1. This would have a 5-inch screen and is powered by a chipset manufactured by Intel, accompanied by 2GB of RAM and an internal memory of 32 GB. The Nokia C1 also will have an 8-megapixel camera and a rear 5 megapixel camera, and will operate under Android 5.0 Lollipop.

We would issue a doubt this last element, since 2016 a new version of Android will be launched. Remember also, in passing that all this information is to be taken lightly. But expect that to happen, so we can see them back on the market as one of the most significant players in the history of mobile telephony.
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