We spoke a few days ago of a possible images of Nokia P1 just emerging in internet. Well, today a fact sheet or part of it has been released and it could be the specifications of this device. After a somewhat confusing period dedicated to licensing agreements, sales and hundreds of millions of dollars, the famous brand was acquired by HMD Global, subsidiary of Foxconn, which has become the sole licensee of the entire Finnish company catalog.

The Nokia P1, according to the images seen, has a simple, elegant and at the same time modern design, with a body with rounded edges and different colors. This indicates that the company is prepared to return to the field with a range of new devices, including high-end and midrange. Thus, HMD Global will manage, develop, design, produce and market, with Foxconn as a constructive partner, Android smartphones and tablets under the brand name Nokia.

According to the interpretation of each image appeared today, it could be a false render, but we repeat, the Nokia P1 could be aesthetically equal to Sharp Aquos P1, but with the logo of the brand changed. Nokia P1, therefore, must also inherit the same characteristics which are characterized by the presence of an IGZO screen with a resolution of 5.3 inches diagonal and 1920 x 1080 pixels that will be enhanced under the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 quad-core processor and Adreno 530 GPU, 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal memory expandable.

Certainly, this does not seem a good way to return, because many would have expected a fresher smartphone designed and developed entirely by Nokia, but to know something else is there to expect, so be patient. Finally, as we noted a few days ago, Sharp has launched its first smartphone with Android One operating system in Japan, the model Aquos 507SH, a mid-range device that falls in the line of smartphones that have "pure" Android an unmodified version of Android software.

Nokia P1 appears in a video and there are new pictures on the net 1

Nokia P1 appears in a video and there are new pictures on the net