Everything we think we know about the Nokia P1

After the thundering achievement of its mid-extend cell phone Nokia 6, the organization is normal declared two new cell phones at the Mobile World Congress not long from now. One of these, the Nokia P1, has had many breaks in the course of recent weeks, so here’s all that we know.

The Nokia P1 is supposed to include a metal and glass mix plan, potentially with an artistic back like the Xiaomi Mi Mix. Idea recordings show double mixture SIM spaces on the left edge, with the volume rockers and power catch on the inverse side. The camera is midway set close to the highest point of the back, with the LED glimmer and logo underneath. The base edge houses the UCB Type-C port and 3.5mm sound jack while the Home catch, which serves as a unique finger impression scanner, sits beneath the show. Spills allude to the gadget being accessible in Silver, Black, and Rose Gold variations.

The P1 is tipped to highlight a 5.3-inch IGZO show with full HD or perhaps QHD determination, and Corning Gorilla Glass 3 on top. It will have the most recent Snapdragon 835 SoC with 6GB RAM. In spite of the fact that Samsung is first in line to dispatch a gadget with the Snapdragon 835, when the Galaxy S8 turns out, it’s still conceivable Nokia could declare the gadget at MWC and afterward just discharge it in April. The P1 is likewise anticipated that would have 128GB and 256GB stockpiling variations, and be IP57 guaranteed.

Different bits of gossip demonstrate the Nokia P1 will put concentrate on the camera, highlighting a 22.6MP back shooter from Carl Zeiss and a committed screen catch. It’s likewise reputed to run the Z-Launcher UI on top of Android 7.0 Nougat, and controlled by a 3500mAh battery.

Spills propose the P1 will be valued at US $800 (roughly Rs 54,500) for the 128GB adaptation and $950 (around Rs 64,700)for the 256GB variation, in a prime spot to contend with any semblance of the up and coming Galaxy S8, the Google PIxel XL, and the iPhone 7. We’ll know increasingly when Nokia makes that big appearance for its keynote at MWC 2017 in the not so distant future.

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