Nokia P1 could be the Best of Androids


Nokia P1 has been teased right on the heels of the announcement of the Nokia 6. The latter device is the real deal – the former isn’t yet confirmed as a real device. Sources suggest that the Nokia P1 will utilize company connections to base its design on the Sharp Aquos Xx3.

Nokia P1 will be based on the Sharp Aquos Xx3. If for nothing else, Sharp was known for its displays

It’s been suggested that this device will have a 5.3-inch IGZO display with some radical technology – a refresh rate of 120Hz included. If the same as the Sharp Aquos Xx3, this device will either have Corning Gorilla Glass 4 or 5 up front and 1080 x 1920 pixels across it.

Generally two versions of a smartphone means one is one color, the other is another. This set of versions not only has different internal storage sizes, it means different enclosure materials. One version of the Nokia P1 is suggested to be made with a glass enclosure (Gorilla Glass 5) and metal frame with 128GB of internal storage. The other would then have 256GB of internal storage with a fully ceramic enclosure.

Much like rumors of the so-called Nokia 8, this device is tipped to run a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835. If the Nokia P1 does indeed exist, it wouldn’t be out of the question for it to be one of the first to use this new-for-2017 mobile processor.

Nokia P1 is tipped to roll with either IP55 or IP57. That’s tough stuff. It’d mean the Nokia P1 would be up to the task of being dropped in a bathtub or taken out in the rain, no problem.


22.6-megapixel camera array of the Sharp Aquos Xx3 is said to be used here in the Nokia P1. That means digital zoom, AF, OIS, and f/1.9 – and 4K video recording. We’ll cross our fingers for the latest Sony image processor inside. Also – with one massive amount of storage inside and a microSD slot, too (for up to 200GB more), there’ll be plenty of space to record and snap.



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