To that end, at MWC this year, there are five (yes - 5) shiny new Nokia handsets for every budget, ranging from the Nokia 1, the company's first Android Go offering, through to the Nokia 8 Sirocco, of which more in a moment.
The phone will run on Nokia's Smart Feature Operating System, which is built on KaiOS. Storage is expandable through a microSD slot capable of reading cards as large as 128 GB.
The company also previews four new additions to its portfolio of Android smartphones - Nokia 8 Sirocco, Nokia 7 Plus, new Nokia 6 and Nokia 1. HMD Global Oy has announced the new Nokia-branded Android phone.
It may be mentioned that Android 8.0 Oreo update comes with several new features, including new notifications, picture-in-picture mode, new emojis, faster boot, improved battery and enhanced camera besides fixing bugs.
The specified phone-the slider was produced in the 90-ies and became popular after the movie "the Matrix". The company may announce the color variants of this phone on a later date. Incidentally, if you've been a Nokia user for long enough, it's worth mentioning that the Nokia 1 has Express-On covers.
The phone is bundled with a revamped version of the iconic Snake game. If features a six-inch display, dual cameras on both front and back of the device - as well as optical zoom capabilities. Apart from the full-view display, the device also comes with a re-designed rear camera. The Snapdragon 660 offers performance comparable to last year's flagship SoCs and is heavily optimized for increased battery life.
The device now supports Wireless Charging and is IP67 Water and dust resistant, but lacks the 3.5mm headphone jack.
The device is powered by Snapdragon 835, which is a bit of a disappointment, has 128GB of internal storage coupled with 6GB of RAM and the fingerprint sensor is housed at the back. But if you want something more tangible-an item that is a literal callback to the past- then whoa, Nokia just dialed up the ideal item for you.