A few years, Nokia was the biggest manufacturer of mobile phones, but with the launch of iPhone and Android smartphones, the company's fame faded away as the Windows Phone OS couldn't withstand the competition.
Of course, Nokia understood that it had to make some tweaks to stay competitive, however, its approaches with the Windows Phone OS failed despite all efforts. Following the same, Nokia's devices division was sold to the software-giant Microsoft.
As per the deal, Nokia cannot roll out any new smartphone until the end of the last quarter of this year that is December 2016. A couple of months back, this deal signed by Nokia while Microsoft acquired the company was closed and Nokia is believed to launch three new Android smartphones early next year.
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Nokia and HMD are now rumored to launch these phones in the first quarter of 2017, we have come up with some points that Nokia should try before launching the devices. This way, the Nokia Android smartphones will definitely be great hits.
Nokia should come up with innovations
Though Nokia's Windows Phone OS based smartphones did not survive the competition from the other operating systems, but it created great hardware and software. For instance, the Lumia 1020 with the 41 PureView rear camera still stands out and no other manufacturer has matched the MP count. Also, Nokia came up with many apps and software that are quite popular and some like AR apps are still popular among users.
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Release phones in every segment
Earlier, Nokia launched smartphones that had reached a wide audience base. Its portfolio included devices such as Lumia 1520 with a 6-inch display and Lumia 520 that is an entry-level offering. Likewise, Nokia and HMD are expected to launch phones in almost all the segments to suit all types of users and make use of the latest software and hardware.
Stick to smartphones right now
HMD announced that it will be designing tablets and smartphones along with Nokia. However, it might prove to be a wrong decision when Nokia has decided to come back with a bang. The reason is that the tablet industry is in a slowdown phase right now as there are 2-in-1 devices called convertibles that are popular. Eventually, for 2017, Nokia and HMD can try to focus on the smartphone market to garner users.