Nokia's UK smartphone comeback is on. The firm's first Android smartphone, the Nokia N6, has already sold out in China, and the firm is hoping for similar success with the incoming Nokia P1.
While details are still few and far between, we already know some features that we can expect to see on the so-called P1.
1. It's going to launch at MWC.
HMD Global, the firm that now owns the Nokia licence, has confirmed that it will be holding a press conference on 26 February in Barcelona, where the Nokia P1 is widely expected to make its debut, alongside the lesser-specced Nokia D1C.
There's no word on an official release date yet, but Nokia itself has confirmed an early-2017 release for its upcoming Android devices.
2. It'll be available in two sizes
The Nokia P1 will reportedly be available in two sizes - 5.2in and 5.5in - taking a leaf out of Apple's book with the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. These two displays will both offer a 2560x1440 QHD resolution and will tout Galaxy S7-style AMOLED technology.
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