It was recently reported that HMD Global is Focusing on Its Own first Android Move smartphone, likely to be called Nokia 1.
An entry-level handset, this model may run the stripped-down version of Android Oreo, also will come with programs that have fewer resources, such as Google Maps Go, Files Go, Google Go, etc.. The Nokia 1 will be positioned below the Nokia 2, and is expected to unveil in late February, at Mobile World Congress. Now, a fresh leak might have given us a look at the Nokia 1 design.
On China’s Baidu, a user has submitted two pictures which are predicted to function as Nokia 1 smartphone. Both images show only the rear panel of this device, though there’s one major difference between both. The camera and LED lens on a single picture is covered by a polycarbonate, while in the other photograph, the module has been surrounded with glass. This implies HMD Global is still in the process of determining the final Nokia 1 design, and is considering at least two prototypes.
Aside from the difference in the camera module design, the two photographs show the Nokia 1 may feature curved corners, and a polycarbonate back panel with the Nokia logo in the middle. As always, as there’s no official note, readers are advised to take this leak with a pinch of salt.
In accordance with an earlier escape, Nokia 1 will probably be among the first Android Go smart phones, and will be priced at RUB 5,990 (roughly Rs. 6,670). It’s expected to launch alongside the Nokia 4 and Nokia 7 Plus in MWC 2018 in Barcelona.
HMD Global recently took the covers off the new Nokia 6 (2018) smartphone, a followup to the Nokia 6model established last year.