Nokia P1: Flagship Killer Specs & Premium Build Leaked

Recently, HMD Global, the Finnish company that has partnered with Nokia to make phones under the “Nokia” brand name, announced the Nokia 6. The phone proved to be a success as it sold out in the Chinese market in just under a minute. Although the Nokia 6 was China exclusive, we may soon see another Nokia smartphone at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2017 that will be available globally.

Rumors had been going around for quote some time, but the newest leak confirms what the next killer device from Nokia will offer. Take a look at the upcoming Nokia P1’s renders below:

The Nokia P1

The manufacturer has already sent out invites for the possible launch event of the P1 on February 27th at the MWC.

According to a video which claimed to show the Nokia P1, the upcoming flagship from Nokia will have all-metal body that is curved around the edges with a near bezelless screen. However, you’ll be treated with glass on the front and also on the back which will give the P1 a much more premium look.

Specifications

On the performance side of things, the Nokia P1 is expected to come with the mighty Snapdragon 835 with an impressive 6GB of RAM. However, rumors suggest that Samsung has already booked the production line over at Qualcomm and no other manufacturer will be able to get hands on the SD835.

According to some reports then, the P1 might come with the SD821 instead, but considering the impact Nokia is aiming to make, they might not settle for anything less than the Snapdragon 835.

As far as the display in concerned, rumors suggest that the Nokia P1 will feature a 5.3-inch IGZO display that will come with 4k resolution. Another one suggests at least one variant of 2560 x 1440 pixels aka QHD resolution as well.

For the camera, there’s supposedly a 22.6MP sensor with Carl Zeiss lens on the back of the phone along with, what looks like, a triple LED flash. The front is said to feature an 8MP camera. Both of the camera will have exceptional low light capabilities with the rear camera also having 4K recording capability and OIS.

To keep the phone running throughout the day, the P1 will comes with an astounding 4,000mAh battery, still a rare sight in flagship phones.

Android Nougat 7.1 is expected to be running on the P1.

Here’s a concept video detailing the P1 in all its glory:

Pricing and Final Thoughts

The pricing of the new Nokia P1 is so far suggested to be on the higher side with the 128GB variant starting at $650 while the 256GB variant is expected to come with a $750.

The renders, images and specifications leaked so far looks promising. This time Nokia might be looking to seriously up its game and to come back as a key player in the market.

Image Source: Concept Phones


  • Nokai Connecting People :
    Good Nokia :
    Yahi Specs Rahi Aghe Bhi Or As Low As Price Howa :
    Then again Nokia will be Number 1 !
    They will beat Samsung, Apple, Huwaei, LG, Oppo Etc.

    Abhi to Party Shuru Howi Hai !

  • Pricing is not gud, not as bad as samsung n iphone bt if they need to compete with them now they need to make phones under 600 $

    • Hello.
      The ‘images’ in this article are actually a render based on a few pictures and dimensions that were actually leaked. Along with the specifications of the hardware that were also leaked. This is the closest thing you have to a “leak” as you call it.
      “Take a look at the upcoming Nokia P1’s renders below”
      “Here’s a concept video detailing the P1”
      Actual quotes from the article. Nobody claimed that these are actual, real-life images.
      Thank you.

      • read article again… but why article on a mock-up, it’s not even a real thing to render…

        oh well it will be a waste of time making you guys understand.

        yup wo hoo Nokia….

    • Hello.
      The ‘images’ in this article are actually a render based on a few pictures and dimensions that were actually leaked. Along with the specifications of the hardware that were also leaked. This is the closest thing you have to a “leak” as you call it.
      “Take a look at the upcoming Nokia P1’s renders below”
      “Here’s a concept video detailing the P1”
      Actual quotes from the article. Nobody claimed that these are actual, real-life images.
      Thank you.

      • “Rumors had been going around for quote some time, but the newest leak
        confirms what the next killer device from Nokia will offer”

        If i really need to explain further, then i am talking to just another generic news writer, who should write for tribune or dawn news…where authenticity isn’t much of an issue..

        • Understood. I realize that I contradict my own statement. Authenticity is a serious matter for me, and I might have made a mistake regarding that over here.
          Once again, thank you for the concern.

        • The newest leak is a box specs page leak which confirmed most of this info which had leaked previously.
          Leaks are not always rumors btw.
          I am not sure why adding concept images has anything to do with the actual leak?

  • ProPakistani hadd hai yar. Post karne se pehle tora search to karlete. From which angle this phones looks like a leak ? Before even writing such a lengthy article, Mr Bilal Hakim you should have learned the difference between a concept image created by a fan and an actual leak.

    and it looks like PP is now all about getting more views and clicks and nothing else. RIP PP

    • Hello
      The ‘images’ in this article are actually a render based on a few pictures and dimensions that were actually leaked. Along with the specifications of the hardware that were also leaked. This is the closest thing you have to a “leak” as you call it.
      “Take a look at the upcoming Nokia P1’s renders below”
      “Here’s a concept video detailing the P1”
      Actual quotes from the article. Nobody claimed that these are actual, real-life images.
      Thank you.

      • Well you’re both partially right.
        A) He moved Nokia from Symbian to Windows. That was something. They survived much longer than they could have on Symbian.
        B) Nokia’s smartphone market share fell and they suffered huge losses in billion of dollars.

        • Actually, Nokia’s (and BlackBerry, Palm, Motorola) marketshare was already freefalling way before Elop, all thanks to Apple’s recent iPhone launch. In fact, that’s exactly why Elop was brought in from Microsoft: to try to save a sinking ship. And to his credit, he did what he could using his connections at his former employer. The only thing keeping Nokia alive up until recently was financial assistance from Microsoft.

          Let’s take a look at what happened to the other three, once mobile phone giants in their own right. Palm is no more, BlackBerry has practically been dead the last five years, they just won’t accept it. As for Motorola, they decided to do the opposite of Nokia and suck up to Google instead. The result: years of legacy lost, patents confiscated, divisions broken up and sold off separately, only for the last remaining bits to be handed over for chump change to a Chinese company.

          People say Elop was a trojan horse for Nokia, but I believe it’s the opposite in fact, because even at the end, he helped them get rid of their dead weight mobile division in exchange for $8.8 billion, at the cost of Microsoft’s own loss since they eventually had to write off that purchase.

          Today, unlike those other companies, Nokia is alive and flourishing because of Elop, and it’s only because of him we’re even seeing a Nokia phone again.

          • Im under the impression NOK is now a good pick to invest in if and when they do release a phone to compete with Samsung directly.

            • As to some of the other assertions about competition. It’s one thing to discuss who competes against who but at the end of the day it comes down to profit. AAPl has no competitors and never will. When one company takes home 95 percent of the profit margins for a product category, they will never have real competitors. Samsung holds a fairly steady 3 percent profit margin so they are the only one for everyone else to compete with. Samsung is the only other company that can sell as many phones as AAPL can. AAPL knows all too well that they could destroy the entire android ecosystem over night just by lowering the price of their phones. Thankfully they don’t. The tech industry is exploding at an exponential rate due to the creation of the smartphone and I would appreciate that it stays that way. From the dominance that NOK once held in cell phones and in branding, I believe they have a very excellent chance to take on Samsung. I was very disappointed when BlackBerry was too stubborn to change and took its excellent software out of the competition. I was equally disappointed when MSFT failed to compete in the phone software market because they would have added an excellent balance of competition.

  • Jab tak nokia ki official website par yeh phone nahi aata tab tak kuch confirm nahi. sab taamak toyyan hain. :D

    • GO NAWAZ GO :P
      by the way, why you need a free mobile? one of the possible reason might be that u like Nokia Company!!!!!

  • Bhaio, Nokia ny aik 3310 bna k jo jurm ker liya tha, ab usy bakhsh do…….. or b companies hain dunya main Nokia k siwa

  • i m daily visiter of gsmarena there is no such news or leak about this cell phone. propakistani apna kuch standard bnao. dont be ao cheap

  • The reason why Nokia 6 sold out in one minute with a sd430 chip is that people still believe in Nokia bcz they have an emotional attachment with this brand

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