Once they were the biggest mobile phone company in the world, but things have turned out not very well for Nokia in the past decade. Ditching the Windows operating system, Nokia tries to reclaim their success by joining the battle of Android smartphones. Through a line of products; Nokia 2, 3, 5, 6 and 8, Nokia decided to follow the trend as a form of adaptation and survival.

Most of products are using Android 7.1.1 Nougat OS, while the top of the line Nokia 8 uses the latest Android OS, Oreo. Every model is equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and Corning Gorilla Glass, whereas the higher entry models have Dolby Atmos sound processor and 13MP dual camera with Zeiss optics.

However, combining these specifications with the designs and the prices, they kind of lie in the middle between their competitors. The averageness makes us a little bit skeptical that they are able to compete with big players such as Samsung, Google, or even Xiaomi, and Oppo. Read the full specifications of the lineup on their official website.

Nokia Crawls Back into the Mobile Market with a Range of Android Smartphones
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