Nokia android phones are coming soon as Nokia is attempting a stage back into the industry precisely 2017. But this time around it won’t be releasing window devices but according to report, the brand will be launching Nokia Android phones in the already crowded Android segment. The plan has been known for a while, but it’s now official, as the company itself confirmed this in a press release on their official website.
Nokia said they will be partnering with Foxconn subsidiary FIH Mobile to manufacture their new devices while Finnish company called HMD Global, will be given exclusive global license to sell Nokia brand for the next ten years.
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Nokia Android Phones prices in 2017
Reports on December 11 indicate that the forthcoming Nokia Android handsets could in some cases be priced as low as $150. The word comes via Nokia Power User, which received information from a tipster, though notes that this is not one of their regular sources so they encourage caution. Anyway, the tipster notes that the 3GB RAM Nokia D1C will cost $200 while the 2GB RAM lower-end model will be only $150.
Nokia D1C is going to be one of the first Nokia Android Phones to be launched as per this tip,” wrote NPU, “It will be revealed to the world at MWC 2017. Again as claimed in another interview, the upcoming Android Phones should be available very soon post their launch.”
Nokia and HDM Announcement
HMD’s Chief Executive, Arto Nummela, has been discussing the upcoming Nokia Android Phones now that the cat is out the bag
“Today marks a happy and important day for HMD. Nokia has been one of the most iconic and recognizable phone brands globally for decades. The excitement of re-introducing this much-loved, well-known and trusted brand to smartphone consumers is a responsibility and an ambition that everyone at HMD shares.
Driven by the extremely positive reception we have received since HMD was announced earlier this year, we are excited about building the next chapter for Nokia phones. We see this as a brilliant opportunity to solve real life consumer problems and to deliver on the quality and designs that the Nokia brand has been always known for. Our talented and passionate team is uniquely placed in this modern setup to deliver our promise of reliable, beautifully crafted and fun Nokia phones for consumers across the globe.”
Nokia and Microsoft what you need to know
In 2103 Microsoft bought Nokia mobile division for $7.2 billion, surprisingly the following year, the Nokia branding was replaced by Lumia, something many experts say are the biggest mistakes ever made by the company. They thought the Lumia adoption will be an alternative to iOS and android but the plan failed. They later sold the their phone hardware to HMD Global
They are now ready to join the android market next year with two devices. One will be 5-inch while the second will be 5.5-inch. We will update as soon as we have details about the specs of the upcoming Nokia android phone.