Nokia Might Relaunch Smartphones in Q4 2016, confirms Nokia Executive


Back in May, Nokia was taken over by the Finnish company, HMD Global to manufacture new Nokia branded smartphones. Now, the president of the joint management team in China, Mike Wang revealed that at least three Nokia smartphones will be launched in Q4 2016.

Nokia Might Relaunch Smartphones in Q4 2016, confirms Nokia Executive


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According to us, the company might launch two smartphones along with a Nokia tablet. However, Mike Wang wasn't sure on how many devices will Nokia launch whether it be three devices or perhaps four devices. That said, we might see a Nokia branded tablet for sure this year.

If the launch event will be held at the end of 2016, then the actual release date will be sometime in early 2017, which is not too far away. HMD Global is said to be designing the Nokia smartphones which are manufactured by Foxconn, which also manufactures Apple's iPhones.

Nokia Might Relaunch Smartphones in Q4 2016, confirms Nokia Executive

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Having said this, there are no words regarding the specifications of any smartphone from the Nokia executive, however, a leak in July suggested some specs of the smartphone.

The leak suggested that the 2016 Nokia smartphones will be powered by Snapdragon 820 processor along with Android Nougat. Two Nokia smartphones were leaked with 5.2-inch and 5.5-inch QHD displays. There might be 22.6MP rear camera and the smartphones will be dust and water resistant.


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