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Android-based Nokia Phones with 2k Display, SD 820 SoC Leaked

by Jed John 66

Information coming in this week reveals that Nokia is about to release two new smart phones into the market. According to reports, the phones will be released based on the Nokia mobile phones brand but from the stable of HMD global Oy. Recall that Helsinki, Finland-based HMD Global Oy announced on 18 May 2016 that it had purchased part of the feature phone business of Microsoft Mobile, the company founded after Microsoft’s acquisition of Nokia’s original mobile phone business in 2014 and that it will in the future develop mobile devices under the Nokia brand.Android-based Nokia phones

The two mobile phones have appeared in a leak, both sporting different sizes. There’s a smaller 5.2-inch display model and a larger 5.5-inch model . Both models will use 2K display resolution and will be equipped with Z-Launcher System UI based on the latest Android 7.0 Nougat (Android N), confirming our earlier report that Android based Nokia phones are underway.

On the specs bench, the two phones will be powered by Snapdragon 820 chipset and will sport an all-metal body and also come equipped with IP68 Waterproof and Dustproof protection, similar to the one on the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge.Android-based Nokia phones

It is important to also disclose at this point that previous leaks had revealed that the expected Nokia phone will feature a huge 22.6MP main camera, perhaps this should be for the bigger version and will carry a price tag hovering around 3000 yuan ($500). Currently in the phone market, an SD 820 flagship with 2K display, all-metal body and IP68 waterproof and dustproof technology, carrying a 3,000 yuan price tag will be considered competitively priced.

 

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  • mf1gt3r

    Good pricing.

    • Muhammad Yasir

      u kidding me !?

      • bro-reac

        Brother should be responding to another post. LOL

        • Muhammad Yasir

          lol

  • Karly Johnston

    $500 out of China means $600 when it reaches your door. Pass… they need to barometer the market and realize $400 is the most you can ask when you are rising from ashes.

    • Muhammad Yasir

      @karlyjohnston:disqus are u sure the newer Nokia will be based in China and not the original finland ?

      • Karly Johnston

        Yes, that is why it is priced in RMB. Nokia slaps their brand on Foxconn whitebox products like Nokia N1. This phone is the same China only.

        • Muhammad Yasir

          ohh… so all Nokia phones will be made in china … and then SOLD out of china as well. just like meizu , xiaomi , 360 , le eco and etc ?!

          also whats a foxconn whitebox product ?!

          • Karly Johnston

            They are trying to carve a niche in China, then they can afford the licensing to go international. Microsoft kept all of their patents.

          • Sokkim

            Do you can made in Cambodia ?

          • Muhammad Yasir

            Microsoft STILL has control ?! does this mean they can Veto nokia from making their ‘own’ phones ?!

          • Karly Johnston

            No, they gutted the Nokia patent hoard so if they move outside of China they will need to buy licenses which takes much capital.

          • Muhammad Yasir

            ohh…

          • Muhammad Yasir

            so how can they sell phones to outside of china if microsoft has patents ?!

          • Karly Johnston

            They pay Microsoft royalties like every other Android OEM.

          • Muhammad Yasir

            aww .. shit ! Microsoft always being a cash leech !

            wait , EVERY Android phone maker pays Microsoft royalties ?! why ?!

          • Karly Johnston

            They own patents on Android.

          • Muhammad Yasir

            wow… they’re very clever !

            have windows mobile OS and STILL own android patents to earn that extra quid !

            DAMN !

          • balcobomber25

            Read my above comment.

          • balcobomber25

            That isn’t true. Microsoft bought Nokias device decision and as part of the sale they were allowed to lease Nokias patents for 10 years. Nokia still owns the vast majority of their patents.

            The idea was Microsoft wanted to become a big time player im the device segment like Samsung. That didn’t work out as planned.

            “Microsoft didn’t acquire Nokia’s entire patent portfolio, either. It bought the design patents outright but will license Nokia’s 30,000 utility patents patents for 10 years.

            By not acquiring the entirety of Nokia’s patents, Microsoft was able to keep the acquisition cost of the Devices and Services down while preserving future assets for Nokia.”

          • Muhammad Yasir

            device division * , no ?

            also , by leasing the remaining patents .. they TECHNICALLY took away Nokia’s right to make their OWN phone or to give the Nokia branding to ANYONE else of a LIMITED TIME ONLY , right ?

            and i guess that time’s up now ?

          • balcobomber25

            Yes division lol.

            It didn’t really have anything to do with the patents it was more the terms of the deal. Part of the deal with Microsoft was that Nokia wasn’t allowed to make their own smartphone until 2016 (which is why it’s coming out soon). But Nokia still owns all the patents and won’t Microsoft a dime when they launch. The phones will be made in China but that’s where most phones are made today, it’s cheaper and more efficient for the new Nokia. It has nothing to do with patents. What they would have to pay Microsoft for is if they wanted to use the Lumia name or any of the designs of the old Nokia phones. Microsoft does own those patents. But we can already see the design is completely different and I doubt they would go back to the Lumia name.

          • Muhammad Yasir

            ” The phones will be made in China but that’s where most phones are made
            today, it’s cheaper and more efficient for the new Nokia.”

            This sounds EXCITING ! and while Nokia are there , they could take some design inspiration from Nubia (no copying tho :p) and some PRICING lessons from the redmi series , Qihoo 360 and co.

            “What they would have to pay Microsoft for is if they wanted to use the
            Lumia name or any of the designs of the old Nokia phones. Microsoft
            does own those patents.”

            AHAHAAHAHHAHAHAAHAHA (this is actually comical to know) … so basically Microsoft bought patents for the crappy parts 😀 !!!

            who wants that stupid Lumia design/older designs or that that stupid Lumia name !

            this rejuvenated Nokia COMEBACK! is beginning to sound moar and MOAR exciting !
            i can only hope that they don’t forget the budget and mid-range market.

            thanks for the details explanation Balco 🙂

          • balcobomber25

            Microsoft bought a great brand and ran it into the ground. They had dreams of Lumia and Windows Mobile becoming the next big thing.

            For the immediate future Nokia will probably go the OnePlus/Zuk/Original Xiaomi route and just release flagships. Once they reestablish a fan base they will focus on the budget and midrange segment.

          • Muhammad Yasir

            wait till yer BOSS hears you talking Sh** about the company you work for 😀

          • balcobomber25

            I haven’t worked there for a few months. I left around April and went back to freelance work.

          • Muhammad Yasir

            oh… sorry

          • balcobomber25

            Yea I can’t work unless I am my own boss, I quickly learned that.

          • Muhammad Yasir

            oh … well , how are you holding up now ?

          • balcobomber25

            Excellent. Been doing a lot of contract work in India, China and Malaysia

          • Muhammad Yasir

            good to know ?

          • Tigerbaby

            Stop telling bullshit. Microsoft does not own any of Nokia’s patents. It’s the opposite case. Microsoft paid Nokia license fees to make use of their patents.

            “Patent Business: We aim to expand Nokia’s
            industry leading patent licensing business
            and manage the Nokia Technologies
            portfolio of approximately 9 900 patent
            families. Built on more than EUR 50 billion
            invested in R&D over the last two decades,
            the approximately 30 000 individual
            patents and patent applications cover
            innovations including many enabling
            technologies used in virtually all mobile
            devices used today.”

            These are the facts. Stop being a fool!

      • Tigerbaby

        Nokia is a Finnish company and will stay in Finland. HMD Global Oy is a Finnish company founded by former Nokia people and will stay in Finland. Production will be made on behalf of HMD by Taiwanese company and Foxconn subsidiary FIH Mobile which is now owning the former Nokia manufacturing facility in Vietnam. Nokia will only supervise the whole process and let HMD use their patents in exchange for royalty payments.

        That’s how it looks now. And it doesn’t look that bad at all.

        • Muhammad Yasir

          i just hope the phones are badass !

          • Tigerbaby

            We all do hope so. It’s up to HMD to do their best. But I’m sure they’ve got the best Nokia people together to make sure things turn out the right way.

          • Muhammad Yasir

            Amen 🙂

    • balcobomber25

      Depends on what they have planned for international sales. If they go the OnePlus/Huawei/ZTE route and offer the same price everywhere it won’t be an issue.

  • Nachopinion

    Looks good, but too high of a price when $200-$300 phones are in the same arena.

    • Muhammad Yasir

      xactly … no one will but this if there are CHEAPER PHONES with BETTER specs than this !

      • bojan radovanovic

        i will buy it..because i DO BELIVE in NOKIA, and after Mi4i and One+2 i do not belive to those fast growing manufacturers….anyway, at least i will get full warranty and support.

        ps SGS7 is still best seller, even thoug it has same spec as those 300$ devices, and it costs 3x more 😉

      • Hemedans

        Nokia 808 and Lumia 1020 untill today they produce better images compare to 2016 flagship and then you expect New camera Technology From Nokia (rumored to use graphene) to be on par with Cheap chinese phone?

        Just look at previous Nokia flagship Lumia 920, Nokia N9, N8, N95 etc they are all unique and have something which is world first, Nokia is always ahead when it come to Innovation.

        • Muhammad Yasir

          i respect nokia man … but i don’t think this will sell well. the chinese are overtaking the market with cheaper phones.

          • owen Medios

            your wrong muhammad takenote watch my word lets talk in 2017 when the new nokia reborn!!!

        • balcobomber25

          Everything you say is true but the Nokia that made those phones and this Nokia are two completely different companies.

          Remains to be seen if the new Nokia can match the legacy of the old one.

        • NightFelix

          nope. I prefer my new Galaxy S7edge

      • Kubis

        You think you will get same SW support from Nokia or China brands like Umi?
        It’s sell and forget after 6 months as they rolling out new device every month.. I will gladly pay more for better SW and support..

        • Muhammad Yasir

          ok. lets see how much improvement they implement

    • Kubis

      If Nokia promise long time super SW support, that’s the argument I can pay for.
      Who cares about Chinese producers who present new model every month, but if you buy one, forget any SW updates after 6 months with current version full of bugs.
      I can imagine Nokia will came in with great SW based on Android that will beat Samy’s TouchWiz by class, better Camera, clear SW update plan, with better phone price then Samy. Then I can see Nokia back on Market with my money in pocket!
      What you think?

      • Nachopinion

        I think the updates and length of support are going to be the most important. The only other issue I can see getting in the way is whether or not it will support project Tango and the resolution for using it with VR. If those things are good, I’d buy it in a heartbeat.

  • Muhammad Yasir

    oh SHIT !

    does this mean NO KILLA BUDGET phones from Nokia 2.0 ?!

    PLEASE NOKIA …. THE MONEY IS TO BE GAINED FROM BUDGET , LOWER MID RANGE , HIGHER MID RANGE MARKET ! WTF ARE YOU DOING MAKING HIGHEND DEVICES WHEN THE WORLD IS FRUGAL AND EVEN RICH ASS PEOPLE SOMETIMES RUN TO VALUE FOR MONEY !

    im going to put this v.nicely… PLEASE build budget phones with KILLER specs to be the VERY BEST !

    • Faisal Shaharyar

      this is just speculation…. nothing is official yet about this.
      also they are giving features and spec which are being sold by HTC or Samsung at $700.
      so the pricing is still better than them… water resistant, 22 MP camera, SD 820 and 2K screen.

      maybe they will launch something in mid range after their high end mobile.

      • Muhammad Yasir

        hmm.. good thinking.

        i hope its that well planned by Nokia 2.0 !

  • bojan radovanovic

    SD820 in device that is comming at end of this or even next year?
    well, ok, but in that case, it can’t be called ‘flagship” and priced as one…

    • balcobomber25

      Why can’t it be? A flagship is the top product from a company. There are flagships with midrange SoC’s like the SD652 (Alcatel Idol 4s) and Helio P20 (Gionee S9). There were flagships last year (Zuk Z1) with the 3 year old SD801.

      • Karly Johnston

        Last year the SD801 was only a year old.

        • balcobomber25

          It was actually two years old, the SD800 launched in 2013, the first 801 is a slightly upgraded version of that chip. The first version of the 801 launched later that year.

          • Karly Johnston

            The 801 is not the 800.

          • balcobomber25

            Actually it is. The 800 and the 801 are built on the same exact platform. They are both Krait 400 chips that feature the Adreno 330 GPU, the only difference between them is the clock speed and some of the network frequencies changed over the year but everything else is carbon copy. The first SD801

          • Karly Johnston

            Actually it isn’t, the 801 is made with HPm that enables the use of eMMc 5.0, faster memory and higher clock speeds.

      • bojan radovanovic

        yes it can be their flagship, but it would be sold as Zuk Z1 was 😉
        especially if price is same as flagships from another brands.

        • balcobomber25

          Zuk Z1 was very successful for a companies first phone, it was so successful Zuk released two phones this year instead of one. The cell phone market is so large that if this phone is good it can sell well, even with the price.

  • balcobomber25

    “On the specs bench, the two phones will be powered by Snapdragon 820 chipset and will sport an all-metal body ”

    This contradicts the first image which says “Our inherent color polycarbonate”. Polycarbonate is plastic not metal, so which is it?

    • owen Medios

      its metal bro not plastic

      • balcobomber25

        The pic says polycarbonate “bro”.

  • Rce

    Being a Nokia Fan from beginning all i can say that Nokia should release two phones one with Snapdragon 820 and another one with 652 and if they price the top end model around $400-$450 and upper-mid range one around $300,then it’ll sell well.Otherwise competition from MI5,One Plus 3,Zuk Z2 will simply kill the sell of Nokia..Also,one more thing no matter how good Foxconn builds a Nokia phone,it’ll not be a Pure Finland based Nokia like N8,N9 etc so don’t expect a Foxconn manufactured product will sell well if they price it extremely higher..And also,brands like Sony,BlackBerry struggling in sales because of phones over-pricing..

  • Boogieman

    I wish for
    Graphene based:
    Camera sensor (the possibilities are huge)
    Screen glass (super hard, bendable and touch in graphene automatically)
    Battery (10-fold charge capability)

    And on top i hope Nokia water protect with their nano technology, researched for long now (video from 2012 on YouTube) which means TOTAL protection also for salt water =)