Nokia 3310 May Soon Have LTE Version

Nokia 4 and Nokia 7 Plus

Nokia 1 – Google's first Android Go Phone is Coming to India Soon | Know All Details

Nokia had some pretty durable phones back in the day, and HMD Global hopes to capitalize on the brand's reputation for reliable and affordable phones with the Nokia 3310. Reports say HMD Global could be launching as many as six Nokia smartphones in the coming months. The Finnish company is planning to follow the similar strategy in 2018 as well.

The Nokia 6 (2018) will be offered in White, Blue, and Black. Along with them there were names of Nokia phones which have not been heard of so far, such as the Nokia 4 and the Nokia 7 Plus. As the Nokia 7 Plus could be a bigger variant of the already existing Nokia 7, we can expect it to make use of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 SoC. While there are no information about Nokia 4 as of now. With handsets like Nokia 3310, Nokia 2, Nokia 5, Nokia 6, Nokia 7 and Nokia 8, HMD Global has managed to put Nokia on the radar at par with most famed rivals. The high-end smartphone will go up directly against the upcoming 2018 flagships from Samsung, LG, Apple, Sony and others with features like a 5.5-inch OLED bezel-less display, a 3,250mAh battery with fast-charging, dual rear camera setup and surprisingly a Snapdragon 835 chipset.

We sure are excited to see what Nokia comes up with next year.

He also claims a ship-ready maturity which means the latest Android Oreo Beta build for Nokia 6 is quite stable and may be very close to the final Oreo update release.

And, this is the same thing that the Nokia Camera app has revealed in a recent leak. The phone will be an upgraded version of the Nokia 6 in all aspects including camera, display, hardware and also software. With the Nokia 6 offering an impressive amount of power at an affordable price, and now the Nokia 3310 4G updating the typical "dumb phone" to a modern operating system with expanded capabilities, the company seems dedicated to bringing Nokia back into the limelight. Now Android Go was made keeping in mind countries like India and it could be more than possible that the Nokia 1 makes its way to India in the coming months.

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