Flagship Nokia Android Phone Is In The Work and Soon To Be Released
The rumor mills started buzzing when the news of a new Nokia Android smartphone hit the market. We at TechPick knew that we had to jump on this right away.
Since a very long time the world has been craving a high-end android based smartphone from Nokia.
Nokia already has everything that it needs to make a top of the line smartphone.
A brilliant camera, a well appreciated design and build quality, good battery life you name it.
All it lacked was a good platform to make use of all those resources at it's full potential and make it more appealing to the people. And mainly what they lacked was the extensive app support that the Android and iOS users enjoy.
Now with the news of an android based Nokia phone doing the rounds they may just have found a solution to their problems and finally giving the people what they have wanted since a very long time.
After the Microsoft acquisition, Nokia is prohibited from creating their own smartphone till 2016, but that doesn't stop them from using their branding on any other kind of mobile device.
Nokia have already announced their android 5.0 based Nokia N1 tablet which came to many as a shock. The N1 has Nokia's branding on it but is manufactured by Foxconn.
Thus seeing this it is no surprise that a new Nokia Android smartphone is in the works. The recent leaks on the internet suggests that the Nokia android smartphone reportedly named, Nokia C1 is going to have the same design as their N1 tablet. With the failed first attempt at android by Nokia that was Nokia X and X2, C1 could be their full scale try at creating a full fledged flagship android smartphone.
According to the reports, C1 is going to rock an Intel processor and with the release of the 14nm broadwell chipset by intel just around the corner this could be a great move for Nokia.
It also has 2GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage (although no news about any external SD card slots yet), a crisp 5-inch IPS display and an 8MP rear and a 5MP front camera.
It is suggested that the Nokia android smartphone will have the latest android 5.0 with Nokia's very own Nokia Z launcher on top. So I think Nokia's plan is that they are going to reach out to other OEMs in the market for manufacturing the phone and have their own Nokia branding on it and it really sounds like it could work.
With Nokia making the announcement that they will take over the development of it's Here maps app for Android and iOS and Microsoft taking care of it's windows platform version and also the release of it's N1 android tablet, it seems that Nokia is going to jump on the android boat with both feet.
In this era where everything leaks before their release, it is not far when Nokia will officially announce their Nokia Android smartphone to the world. And if they do then TechPick will surely be there to report it.