Nokia is poised to win back the fans who had made one of the most important manufacturers of mobile phones in the world with its first Android smartphone. His name should be Nokia P1, a device that res judicata emerged from rendering shows a simple design, elegant and at the same time thanks to the youth of the body rounded edges and different colors. A device on which we are also able to tell you the datasheet or part of it.
After a round a bit ‘confused licensing agreements, sales and hundreds of millions of dollars, it was acquired by Nokia HMD Global, a subsidiary of Foxconn, which has become the sole licensee of the entire catalog of the Finnish company. The result? HMD will manage, develop, design, produce and market, with Foxconn as a constructive partner, mobile phones, smartphones and tablets Android Nokia brand. The same Foxconn who works as a partner also for other OEMs and that at least initially will build rebranding of existing devices.
Nokia P1, in fact, should be the international version of Sharp Aquos P1, a smartphone manufactured by Foxconn and with a design identical to the rendering emerged on the net and visible top. Nokia P1, therefore, should also inherit the same features characterized by the presence of a resolution IGZO screen 5.3-inch diagonal and 1920 x 1080 pixels which is placed under the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 with Quad Core processor, Adreno 530 GPU, 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal memory expandable.
A mix of respect coupled with a 22.6 megapixel rear camera, front camera of 5 megapixels, fingerprint reader, support for 4G networks, Bluetooth and WiFi, and powered by a 3000 mAh battery. Features handled by Android version 6.0 that Marshmallow on Sharp Aquos P1 are not afraid of the water thanks to IP58 certification body. An interesting device that, if sold at the right price, could attract the attention of many in the old continent with the Nokia brand