Nokia’s new smartphone with model number TA-1000 could be christened as E1; scheduled to be unveiled at MWC 2017
Nokia is ready to launch two all new Android smartphones in the first quarter of 2017, which will be unveiled at the upcoming MWC 2017 in February. Now before its official unveiling the smartphone with model number TA-1000 has cleared the 3C certification (China Compulsory Certification).
The new upcoming smartphone is expected to be christened as the Nokia E1. It is likely to run on Android 7.0 Nougat. The device is also expected to have a Snapdragon 600 series processor, while there will be a 4GB RAM as well combined with rumored 64 GB internal storage capacity.
The phone’s 3C listing confirms that it will arrive with 5v/2A charging support. This means it will be slow charging and don’t expect any fast charging support for this device. It will be the mid-range phone from the Finland-based company. Apart from the rumored E1, Nokia is also preparing to unveil the D1C at the same event in February.
The Finnish brand is also preparing to launch a flagship smartphone, which will be named as Nokia P. This phone could get an eye-popping 6 GB Ram along with a Snapdragon 835 SoC chip set. Not only the smartphones, but Nokia is also gearing up to launch two feature phones for low end mass markets. These two phones are also expected to arrive soon.
No wonder, Nokia has been the ruler in the handset market for decades. But with the arrival of Android powered smartphones along with iPhones and BlackBerry models the Finnish brand started facing loss. Feature phone markets suffered due to the rise of smartphones. As Nokia didn’t adopt the Android for its phones, the company ultimately suffered heavily and closed the handset business. But now it seems, the company is ready to come back with a bang.