The MWC is taking place in March like every other year, and Nokia has already set up an event for it. They’re expected to announce few Android phones. Amongst them is a flagship, namely Nokia P1. While it’s only a matter of a few weeks, just recently, an interesting concept video popped up on the internet.
A channel by the names of ‘Concept Creator’ has uploaded a concept render on Youtube, highlighting some features of the phone. It mostly focuses on the metal frame, and also shows a hybrid dual-SIM slot, Carl Zeiss lens, and a home button at the front like on any other phones today.
Moreover, according to previous leaks, the phone is just as impressive on the inside. Here are some of the key specs rumored to make it’s way on the Nokia P1.
- Android Nougat
- 5.3″ Gorilla Glass Display
- 1080p/1440p Display
- Snapdragon 835 SoC
- 6GB RAM
- Zeiss-certified 22.6-megapixel back camera
- IP57-certified body
- 3500 mAh battery with quick charging
- Fingerprint scanner
- 128/256GB models
As we always mention in our articles, these are just rumors and leaks. They’re in no way verified or the official words from the company itself. We might or might not see the features mentioned above, but it does look impressive so we do hope it gets squeezed into the P1.
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