We all knew it was in the cards – but now it seems like Nokia’s plans of making a comeback in the smartphone market are finally taking psychical shape. Word on the street has it that the company is prepping two high-end smartphones with Android Nougat onboard and thanks to a new leak coming to us via Digi Worthy, we can already take a peek and see what they will look like.
According to previous leaks, it appears that the new Nokia phones will make a debut into the wild in Gold, Black and White colors. The current photos show the devices will be taking advantage of a premium metallic design with a visible Nokia logo plastered on their backs.
If previous rumors are to be believed, Nokia will soon be unveiling a smartphone duo. Following today’s dual phone launch trend, the company is preparing to introduce a handset with a smaller 5.2-inch display and one with a more spacious 5.5-inch screen size.
Resolution information has not been confirmed, but we can expect that at least one of these phones (probably the larger one) will feature QHD resolution.
In the chipset department, both devices will take advantage of a Snapdragon 820 processor. We’re still waiting for info regarding RAM, storage and camera options.
We can tell you that both new Nokia designs will ship out with an update version of Z Launcher plus a fingerprint scanner embedded in the home button. The devices are also said to feature IP68 certification for water and dust resistance.
The new Android phones are expected to make it out into the wild sometime in early 2017. The last Android device released by Nokia after the Microsoft acquisition, was the N1 tablet.
The slate launched in 2015 and it was among the first devices to be launched with Android 5.0 out of the box. It had a 5.7-inch display with 1,546 x 2,048 resolution and an Intel Atom Z3580 processor under the hood in combination with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage.
Alongside the two handsets, the rumor mill expects Nokia to unveil tablet (or more) product, as well. Are you excited about Nokia making a comeback to the Android mobile ecosystem?