Nokia could be fulfilling everyone’s dream by manufacturing its own Android phones, well in this case, two phones.
According to a leak by NokiaPowerUser, the Finnish company is prepping to release two high end smartphones.
Both phones will reportedly have a metal design, with the typical Nokia look and durability combined with Water and Dust Resistance, in the form of an IP68 certification.
The two Nokia Android phones will come with Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box, and will feature the company’s own Z-Launcher UI, with some advanced features like Touch and Hover.
The devices will come in two sizes, one which sports a 5.2-inch and the other, a 5.5-inch QHD OLED display. The higher end of the two Nokia Android phones, will allegedly come with a fingerprint scanner.
The devices will also boast a lot of new camera features and will be host to some very sensitive sensors. The build of this phone will be based on Graphene. This is not surprising, considering that Nokia had announced during MWC 2016, the result of its research which highlighted Graphene as an incredibly strong material, and yet an extremely light and durable one, which does not suffer from overheating.
The leak also suggests that Nokia will surprise users by making the devices very affordable.
Another leak on Weibo hints at a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset on the Nokia phones, which will reportedly be launched in China for 3,000 Yuan (about Rs 30,000 or $448)