An additional advantage of having the support of HMD Global, the Helsinki company known for having shown great interest in creating a possible future for new smartphones by Nokia brand, is in charge of carrying out the implementation of new findings of the research and development of Nokia Technologies for all its devices.

Since the end of the agreement between Nokia and Microsoft, rumors about Nokia's return to the world of telephony accompanied with smartphones with Android operating system have become more insistent and increasingly realistic. Future Nokia proposals will have Android 7.0 Nougat but with a custom interface designed by the developers of the company and the user interface known as Z-Launcher.

While virtually every day a new story about Nokia appears, now the concern is not whether the first smartphone of this new era will be called Nokia P1 or Nokia A1, but the idea that Nokia will pass long or can fall short in the smartphone market, but this time all of its devices are based on Android. As for the purely technical aspect, however, it is rumored that Nokia should be able to find space in the market through the use of a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, a 22.6-megapixel rear camera and a certified IP68, which amounts to a high resistance to water and dust.

Finally, the device will feature a 5.5-inch screen, according to the rumors and could be priced around $ 500. The latest rumors from Asian websites, speak of two new high-end phones with Android Nougat and Z-Launcher. This morning appeared new and interesting images of upcoming devices from the Finnish company, which, after being freed from the agreement with Microsoft, confirmed to be ready to return to the mobile market.

Nokia A1, Nokia's first smartphone with Android operating system