Nokia Returns To Market With Android Phones

It is no longer news that Nokia is cooking up an android phone, what we are eager to find out is what phone exactly they are making, what does the phone look like? What will be the specifications? Will it be affordable? Can we totally ditch our current phones in anticipation of Nokia’s Android?

The rumoured phones
The rumoured phones

All these curiosity has turned us into detectives, picking clues from here and there and trying to piece them together so as to see the big picture. So far as the big picture is concerned two stunning devices have made the rounds where Nokia and Android are concerned; Nokia A1 and Nokia P1. Both phones are astonishing in distinct ways and they only serve to increase our desire even as we wait in joyful anxiety.

The Nokia A1 looks very similar to the Nokia C1
The Nokia A1 looks very similar to the Nokia C1

The Nokia A1 tries to be simple, yet it manages to be appealing to the eyes, it is as plain as a smart phone can be, glass wrapped around a black casing, 5.5 inches of display, with Nokia’s Z launcher ready to show you around. The Nokia A1 brings the minimalistic design that we have come to love over the past few years.

The Nokia P1, nice curved edge makes it stand out of the crowd
The Nokia P1, nice curved edge makes it stand out of the crowd

The Nokia P1 makes a deliberate attempt to be different, yet it manages to not be odd or come off as weird. The Nokia P1 presents a slightly modest display, 5.3 inches, and curved edges giving it a signature appearance. It also comes with Nokia’s Z launcher and minimalistic design.

The Nokia P1 in all its glory
The Nokia P1 in all its glory

In addition to the mouthwatering specs to be included in the devices, the durability of Nokia phones, their long lasting battery and amazing camera will make them a good buy for enthusiasts and skeptics alike.

These phones might not straight up rival the latest flagship smartphones in the market at their time of release, but the excitement to be experienced by the return of Nokia to the market is very much worth the wait.

Doctor, Designer, Tech Lover, Writer, Futurist, Dreamer.

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