When Nokia 5 got updated with Android Oreo Beta, the Nokia camera app revealed the camera features like telephoto and wide angle that clearly hinted at the coming up of Nokia 9. Some other features were also revealed that include telephoto mode, pro mode, shutter speed control. But the Telephoto lens hints at the arrival of the company’s high-end phone Nokia 9. However, Nokia has not yet announced the launch date for the most anticipated phone. Further, the camera app also hinted at the coming of Nokia 1, Nokia 4 and Nokia 7 plus.
It is not yet confirmed that whether HMD will reveal all the smartphones all together in an event or throughout the year. However, it is confirmed that Nokia will bring five new smartphones in 2018. Nokia 7 plus is expected to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor. The Nokia 4 will be the Finnish company’s new smartphone with the latest set of features.
Nokia 1 Features and Price
Nokia 1 is another smartphone that the company is going to launch this year. As suggested by the rumors the smartphone is likely to come featured with an HD IPS display, 1GB of RAM and 8GB of inbuilt storage. Nokia 1 will be a low budget phone around the price range of Rs.6,670. Rumours suggest that Nokia 1 will be launched in India by the end of March 2018. Also, the Finnish phone maker has been planning to announce the most awaited phone Nokia 9 at a China event on January 19, 2018.
Nokia 6, Nokia 8 and Nokia 3310 4G
Nokia 9 will be a high end smartphone of the company and is likely to be showcased with the new variants of Nokia 6 and Nokia 8 that will be the updated versions of already existing Nokia 6 and Nokia 8. A week earlier, Nokia 3310 4G was also shown on the TENAA certification site. The new Nokia 3310 will support all the 4G networks in India and will run on Android-based Yun OS operating system rather than the old Symbian 30.
Earlier Nokia also launched the Windows-based smartphones in India but they were not able to compete with the Android-based phones. Looking at the popularity of Android smartphones Nokia switched to Android phones later.