Rumors: #Nokia #P1 could come with #Snapdragon 835 and 6GB of RAM?!

Concept

A Chinese source leaked the alleged specifications of the upcoming Nokia-branded Android flagship – Nokia P1. Together with a fake picture that resembles the canceled Nokia Asha 308A, and not the P1, the source mentions these specifications:

  • Snapdragon 835
  • 6GB RAM memory
  • 23MP camera with ZEISS lens

The source does not mention graphene as the main material of the camera  sensor, what has been rumored before, but this is the second time a leak mentions ZEISS lenses. This specification could very well be made up.

Even Evan Blass (@evleaks) doesn’t have any information about upcoming Nokia Android phones, which means that HMD is extremely secretive abut its upcoming Products.

 

The unveiling of the upcoming Nokia smartphones is expected at MWC 2017 in February next year.

  • PNHD

    I’m afraid the flagship will come with a Sony sensor. Remember that in the past, nokia camera sensors were manufactured in conjuction with Toshiba. But sony bought the Toshiba camera sensors division. So the same sensor like the Xperia XZ with a Zeiss lens and hopefully ois and a better software layer than what Sony uses to get the best out of that sensor

    • Rce

      Lumia 920 used Sony Sensor,so no issues in there,but i’m not quite sure whether Nokia will jump into specs-race or not..

      • Lot of others are using Sony cameras… I think it’s all about algorithms that are dealing with the photo after it is taken. If you have those sorted out, tan your photo will be great.

        • Rce

          Exactly,and Ozo team will help HMD in this regards..

      • Boogieman

        The new Sony models are rumoured to have a 23Mpix sensor and so is Nokias new flaship so likely it will be a Sony sensor

        • Still hoping to see Graphene based sensor in Nokia’s flagship model.

  • Boogieman

    Having a carl Zeiss LENS
    does not hinder having a graphene based SENSOR. Its two different things.
    The LENS is the optics
    The sensor is the chip that captures the light going through the optics.
    So the comment above in “the article” is a misunderstanding from the author.
    Conclusion: graphene based SENSOR is still possible.

    • Thanks for the clarification 🙂

    • It’s a mistake there, author was thinking of a sensor not the lens.