Nokia 8 starts receiving stable Android 8.1 Oreo update

Nokia 1 Images Leaked with Single Camera and Big Bezels

Nokia 1 is rumored to be one of the first Android Go phones which will launch in March 2018. The curved body design in the Nokia 1 renders is, however, unlike the leak we saw last week. It will have a will have a 6 inch display with an 18:9 aspect ratio hence, the "Plus" moniker. The Nokia 1 is seen to sport a single rear camera, while the Nokia 7 Plus is shown to have a dual rear camera setup. Most notably, the camera module has the Zeiss branding on it which means that the optics have been developed by the German camera lens maker of the same name. At the front of the phone, there will be a 16-megapixel selfie camera with f/2.0 aperture. Expect the phone to come out with Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box. Android One devices run an unmodified version of Google's mobile OS, meaning less bloatware and (hopefully) more frequent software updates.

Nokia certainly made a splash previous year with killer sales of its latest Android-powered smartphones.

The reason for Nokia's success is simple: nobody even thinks greatly inflate the cost of the devices, and wherein inside each cell phone contains a great hardware. It's also believed that the upcoming smartphone will be supported by major USA mobile carriers.

Meanwhile, Blass also shared an image of the entry-level Nokia 1. The device features a smaller display that's believed to have a 720p HD screen resolution. It bears in 4 GB of RAM while the internal storage is untouched at 32 GB. Blass leaked Black and Red colour variants of the Nokia 1 and the design is in-line with some of the Nokia phones launched back in 2010.

The 3.5mm headphone jack in clearly visible at the top and the highlight of the phone will be Android Oreo (Go Edition) operating system.



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