Nokia's Upcoming Device Will Be Manufactured By Foxconn

Earlier this year Microsoft sold most of Nokia's phone business to FIH Mobile, Foxconn’s subsidiary. The Finland based company, Nokia, was once world's largest cellphone manufacture, and then they made quite few mistakes which lead to their downfall. And when nothing was going in their favor, Microsoft ultimately purchased Nokia’s Devices and Services unit, and Nokia’s whole smartphone unit was a part of it. And then Microsoft sells it to Foxconn.

And now according to latest report from the below source Nokia is planning to unveil a smartphone and a smartwatch before the end of this year. The company plans to came up with handsets with 5.2" and 5.5" display screens, both running Android 7 Nougat OS out of the box.

It's also came to hear that the alleged devices will feature a camera sensor manufactured using graphene material, and both will clad a uni-metal body. You people might be wondering what's the catch about this ' graphene material ' ? well it's just a thin layer of pure carbon, that's it.

It's also rumored that one of the device will be fueled by the Snapdragon 820 chipset, but nothing is official currently so just take it as a grain of salt.

Source: Feng Via: GizmoChina

Benny Singh
Forever Tinkering With Gadgets

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