Nokia used to be the world's greatest telephone producer. When you considered cell phones you considered Nokia. The brand was synonymous with versatile innovation, pretty much as Apple iand Samsung are at this moment.
Be that as it may, things turned sour rapidly for Nokia after the landing of Apple and Android. Like BlackBerry, Nokia moved too gradually and neglected to recognize the danger to its control of the portable market and, between the years of 2007 to 2012, the Nokia mark adequately kicked the bucket.
At that point came Windows Phone and, well, we as a whole know how that played out…
Yet, Nokia will return in 2016 and this time it will utilize Google's Android stage, obviously. As a long standing devotee of Nokia, its way to deal with plan and its hunger for development, I am truly fairly amped up for this.
A Microsoft executive has now affirmed that Nokia will INDEED dispatch a few telephones in 2016. Here's the scoop by means of Phone Arena:
"The CEO of cell phone wares of Microsoft Asia, James Rutherfoord was cited in the Vietnamese media saying that HMD Global arrangements to dispatch two new telephones in Q4 2016 and no less than two cell phones in early Q2 2017."
Will we see these handsets at MWC 2017? Nokia will 100% be there, so it is likely the organization will utilize the stage to dispatch new equipment. Finger's crossed we see some new equipment before that however as MWC is still a significant routes off.
More data has surfaced about Nokia's Android Phones this week. As indicated by reports the Nokia Android Phones will pack in a metallic, unibody plan, QHD shows and Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 CPUs. Odd, considering the Snapdragon 821 is presently official. In any case, hello, things can change.
Nokia will obviously discharge a few telephones in 2016. The news comes by means of one of the organization's China executives, who affirmed that Nokia would surely plan to discharge two handsets inside Q4 — two leader handsets — and conceivably a third, in spite of the fact that that one could be deferred until Q1 2017.
Out of the three handsets, two of them will be lead review handsets, which implies top of the line specs and loads of elements. It additionally likely means a major sticker price to boot. The third, which is relied upon to be a mid-go trip, will probably run toe-to-toe with handsets like the Wileyfox and Moto G4.
Nokia will probably have a BIG nearness at one year from now's MWC 2017 expo.
There will be a 5.5in leader handset and it will be water and clean safe. A 22MP camera is likewise supposed, however it likely won't be marked "PureView" as that brand name is currently possessed by Microsoft — we think!? — yet this doesn't mean it won't be as great. Nokia has astounding family with regards to imaging innovation.
I'm presently entirely energized by the possibility of Nokia's arrival. What's more, beneath are six focuses on why you ought to be as well!
The Nokia Brand Is Still Strong
Check around on the web. Perused remarks on articles about Nokia's arrival. For hell's sake, you can even read old Lumia audits. Do this and you will see a pattern — Nokia's image bid, notwithstanding a decent couple of years in a state of banishment, is still extremely solid inside the hearts and psyches of A LOT of purchasers.
Not at all like BlackBerry, Nokia has dependably been a buyer confronting brand. A considerable measure of its telephones are works of art. Take the 3310, for example. A great many people, sooner or later in their life, have claimed a Nokia telephone. Individuals trust Nokia. Individuals recollect Nokia. Also, I think a solid return in 2016 with Android, and some center USPs, will refresh individuals' memory about Nokia and see individuals out in huge numbers to look at their new equipment.
I know — this sounds like pie in the sky considering. Yet, I have confidence that Nokia can outline its way into conflict on the effectively pressed Android space. It has awesome individuals and a superior comprehension than most about what makes an extraordinary telephone. Toss in every one of the advantages you get with Android Nougat and, well, a leader Nokia telephone in 2016 begins to sound extremely convincing.
Nokia Knows How To Design The Hell Out of Things
Nokia has created many telephones throughout the years, telephones of all shapes and sizes. Nokia knows how to outline handsets that emerge from the group. Indeed, even the telephones amid its Lumia battle were eminent for their hearty, special styling; things just broke into pieces on the product front, and that was all Microsoft's doing. The Lumia 1520 and Lumia 1020 promptly spring to mind; these handsets still look cool today, in spite of their age. Nokia's likewise one of just a little gathering of makers who know how to work in plastic and still make a telephone feel like a quality, £400+ sticker price commendable item.
I can't hold up to see what Nokia's planners go to the shred with in 2016. I trust it is something unique; there is a considerable measure of space for some advancement with outline in the Android space. Most telephones appear to be identical nowadays — rectangular, thin chunks — so it'd be decent to see Nokia infuse some je ne sais quoi into things in such manner.
Android Solves All Previous Issues
Windows Phone as a biological community couldn't stay aware of Android and iOS. It needed applications, substance and administrations. This is one of the numerous reasons why Microsoft scrapped it. The stage itself was bounty capable and all around upgraded, yet when the vast majority — like 90% — are utilized to Apple's App Store and Google Play, an understocked Windows Store just don't meet expectations.
With Android Nougat at the center of its telephones, Nokia essentially doesn't have to stress over programming. It can concentrate on what it excels at — equipment.
Cost — Nokia Will Go For Competitive Angle
Word in the city recommends Nokia will discharge a scope of telephones which will incorporate a leader gadget and several more moderate units. What I trust doesn't occur is that Nokia just pursues the spending space — this would suck. On the off chance that Nokia is coming back to the telephone space it needs to do as such with a BANG.
Likewise, things have changed a lot since it withdrew from the telephone showcase. OnePlus has indicated you can maintain a practical business with system support and lower cost equipment. Wouldn't it be pleasant if Nokia's arrival took a couple plays from OnePlus' handbook and championed forefront equipment at uber-focused costs?
Nokia Loves To Innovate
Whether you're discussing camera innovation or the general physical outline of a telephone, Nokia has fantastic family in both. It was the first to truly advance the camera telephone arrangement and after that it appeared its PureView camera innovation at MWC 2012. In the middle of this Nokia reliably pushed the limits with the outline, manufacture materials and vital nature of its telephones.
I miss Nokia's balls-out way to deal with things. I'd likewise love to see its PureView innovation re-jigged for 2016/17. Past this Nokia is very much set to do some improving in a space where most just endeavor to stay aware of Apple and Samsung. LG and HTC have done a great deal in 2016 to increase the value of their discharges, yet I trust Nokia's way to deal with things and its capable group will go one better and give us something to truly anticipate.
I know this is a somewhat spouting post on Nokia. Be that as it may, I do trust the portable space is a more blunt place without the firm. I never forget getting energized by the entry of another Nokia telephone once upon a time, whether the N8 or N900, it didn't make a difference, as I generally knew it'd be something else.