Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Official Nokia's upcoming Phone leaked ???

Now that the Finnish company, Nokia, has been freed from its legal bonds after Microsoft bought the mobile company in 2014, rumors are already spreading that the company is planning to make a comeback.
Nokia C1 Rumor-1
A screengrab from a video posted on Nokia's Official YouTube channel
Nokia CEO Rajeev Suri has announced the Finnish company’s intention to return to the smartphone business in 2016 with a new set of plan trhat is much different from earlier that we used to know so far.
Speaking to Manager Magazin in Germany, the 47-year-old executive noted that Nokia could design the new handsets and then licence the designs and Nokia name to as yet un-named partner. Accordign to offcial statement,
“We will look for suitable partners,” Rajeev Suri said in an interview published on Thursday. “Microsoft makes mobile phones. We would simply design them and then make the brand name available to license.”
After that there is no denying that we will never see Nokia branded and designed smartphones and features phones in coming day.
Indeed Nokia has also teased an image of the upcoming Nokia smartphone prototype on their official YouTube Channel. Here is the complete video that you can watch below,

video source : Nokia
If you noticed the devices that Nokia has shown in the video are in the order,
  • Nokia OZO
  • A wearable watch
  • Nokia N1
  • and a smartphone (hopefully coming in 2016).
  • Nokia N95
  • Nokia X2-01 a feature phone
That clearly indicates and a tease from Nokia in coming to smartphone business very soon.
There are various talks and rumors of Nokia's upcoming phones going around the web. Many images has been surfaced and following are the models that we can expect,
  • Nokia C1 - Can be Android and Windows based smartphpone.
  • Nokia 235 - A feature phone with 2.8 inches screen size and long lasting battery.
Apart from that rumors are also saying that there will be three Android based handset too including low cost entry level to premium segment phones.