Nokia TA-1000 spotted and it could be the Nokia E1

              A sketch of the rumoured Nokia E1.

A Nokia phone listed as TA-1000 from HMD Global Oy passed the China Compulsory Certification (3C). The device is said to come with a 5V/2A charging support. 

Though the information didn’t reveal any of the device’s key specification, we should expect TA-1000 as a non-flagship device given the lack of fast charging capability. Some reports also suggest that the handset could be the entry level smartphone called Nokia E1. 

Nokia to launch five new Android smartphones next year and what to expect

‚ÄčAccording to a renowned website GSMArena, Nokia is expected to launch five new Android smartphone next year. Though, there wasn’t enough information to whether all five of these devices will unveil at MWC 2017. 

The report also says that Nokia will launch both a midranger and flagship devices. One of which is the already leaked Nokia D1C, a midranger that is said to have two variants with the 5.0 and 5.5 inch Full HD 2K OLED display. These devices is also reported to house snapdragon chipset with the 5.0 variant with 2GB of RAM and 5.5 variant with 3GB of RAM. 

The other device named as Nokia P  is said to go head to head with Samsung’s 2017 flagship Galaxy S8 and Apple’s iPhone 8 codenamed as “Ferrari”. To what the exact name and specs of these Nokia devices remains a mystery and Nokia is yet to confirm such information.

Would You Get an Android Nokia Smartphone? 

Phone Arena, a renowned website for smartphone specification information and in-depth reviews, made a dedicated poll last week to whether we still want an Android Nokia smartphone. The result is surprising.

About 40% of their 2580 respondents answered affirmatively and 51% is open for the possibility of having one given the phone is well-designed with top-notch specs. However, 9% said that it is too late for Nokia to open up a new road in Android market. Still, the result is very high. 

Nokia is purported to launch its first mid-range Android smartphone in February of 2017.