Nokia is not dead. We’ve seen the Nokia name bob up to the surface several times before disappearing back into the abyss of feature telephones. Anyone recall the Nokia N1 tablet?
But today it seems like the pre-iPhone king of mobiles might be back for good. The Nokia 6 has moved declared. It is an Android phone with a cost that looks even alongside those of OnePlus and value kings Motorola.
And it seems like this is going to be the first of several new Nokia. Here are eight things that you will need to know about Nokia mobiles’ age.
Nokia’s new dawn is finally here, but let’s begin with the bad news. The first one will be sold in China, while we expect to see Nokia mobile in 2017 and beyond. For now.
The Nokia 6 will go on sale at JD.com. And no, not the store that sells bottoms and Nike trainers. It is a large online retailer that sells scarves, lipstick and an awful lot of technology.
You may have a crack at importing among the new Nokia, but should you purchase your phones at Amazon instead of Alibaba, you may want to wait. Particularly as.
The teaser “more statements to follow on February 26th” has just been posted on Nokia Mobile’s Facebook page.
While not precisely confirmation of new Nokia Android mobiles, license owners International (more on them later) was expected to have at least one significant Nokia-related statement at Mobile World Congress in late February.
Whether that’s a version of the Nokia 6 to us Indians or a new high-end smartphone remains to be seen. However, for the latter, we are hoping with rumors about a Nokia P1.
If this is not the Nokia we knew and loved, who exactly is making the Nokia 6?
The Nokia brand continued handed to a company named Global. That seems like the place a baddie from a family picture that is the mid-90s might work but is just a business that formed around the time Microsoft in 2014 stopped using the Nokia name.
We believe there are still plenty of old Nokia phone folk at Global. It has the rights to create Nokia phones. We celebrated ten years of the iPhone yeah, that’s a long time in the telephone world.