For those who don’t know, In May Microsoft announced that it will move senior executives to HMD Global to revive the glory of Nokia brand. HMD Global has full operational control on design, branding, sales and marketing of Nokia-branded devices.
Nokia’s comeback might happen in just a few months’ time, as the firm is planning to launch two Android Nougat smartphones at the end of this year, or in first quarter of 2017.
According to “Nokia Power User”, the two unnamed devices will have premium metal designs complete with IP68 certification which means that these devices will be water and dust-resistant. Among the two Android Nougat smartphones, the larger one will have a display size of 5.5 inches, while the smaller one will have a display size of 5.2 inches along with fingerprint scanners and “innovations” in the camera department. These smartphones will use an improved version of Nokia’s Z-Launcher UI as seen on the Nokia N1 tablet.
We don’t know much else yet, but Gizmodo China reported that the smartphones will use Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 chip.
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