Nokia Q: Is this the next big release from Nokia?

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Nokia Q: Is this the next big release from Nokia?

Nokia will be back in force in the smartphone and mobile market, even though HMD handles all the logistics and introduces new smartphones, all based on Android and with the unmistakable Finnish brand logo. Now here are the first pictures of Nokia P, your next high-end!

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Over the last few weeks and months, we have seen both of these articles take for granted Nokia's return to the mobile market, something that will happen during the Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona. Now under the coordination of HMD, Nokia will launch some smartphones with Android operating system, one of them will be a flagship or high end with matching specifications.

Today, the news about Nokia and its Nokia P comes from China, more specifically through a publication on the Chinese social network Weibo, where the account manager decided to reveal the main technical features of Nokia P.

This will be the flagship brand of the brand and will feature Qualcomm's processor, the Snapdragon 835 with 6GB of RAM and a 23MP main camera equipped with Zeiss lenses. We can also count on a Quad-HD screen if the rumors are right.

Supposed Nokia P

It remains to be seen if HMD will want to come back big, soon with a top-priced smartphone that fits its class. I honestly have some doubts, because the brand has already signaled that it wanted to start slowly and we have already seen its new post-Microsoft mobile phones. Personally I would like to see this Nokia P with top features but I realize that strategically starting low would be a less risky strategy involved.

One thing is certain, we will have new smartphones with the Android operating system to be launched during 2017 and we should see some of these already in February at MWC. High end or low end equipment, accessible to the general public, what is the best strategy for HMD to get Nokia back in the spotlight?

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