Will there be a Nokia N95 at MWC 2017?
- Author: Arturo Norris Feb 11, 2017,
Feb 11, 2017, 16:24
The Nokia N-series was one of the most popular mobile phone series from Nokia back in the early 2000's.
And while that phone has proved to be a big hit out east, the new incarnation of Nokia has further smartphone plans that could go beyond the rumoured new flagship that is said to be set for an MWC launch. But then the tech gurus are rather skeptic about the news as there haven't been any official statements from Nokia or HMD global as such. As reported by Vtechgraphy, a photo allegedly showing N-series mark was uploaded on Weibo, while a poster claiming the product has cleared evaluation stage surface on Baidu. However, fresh reports suggest that the first N-series phone that the smartphone vendor might announce could be Nokia N95.
The rumor takes a confusing turn here on. About the production of these Nokia phones, rumors also claim that initial production target of the device might be around 50,000 units.
Even though the company hasn't revealed any details as of now, it is all but certain that HMD global has an extensive portfolio in the running with smartphones ranging from Rs. 10,000 to Rs. 30,000. A Qualcomm Snapdragon 6XX processor is ideally used for a mid-range smartphone, which can not be used in a N-series device given the fact that it happens to be a former flagship of Nokia.
The new smartphone features a 16 MP rear camera and 8 MP front snapper. As per the reports that Nokia has filed a trademark for "Nseries" in China.
Nokia seems to launch Nseries Mid Ranged Android Smartphones in China:- The Finland Company - Nokia is planning to once again re-establish its lost popularity with its N series smartphones in the global market.
Nokia is also expected to unveil the purported Nokia P1, an Android-powered smartphone at the MWC.