A few days back, there was a news about Nokia that company potential rebirth next year when its contract with Microsoft will be end up and they’ll be allowed to make their own smartphones again.
We know that Microsoft took over the Nokia’s Lumia branding and part of the deal was that Nokia would not be able to produce any new smartphones until 2016.
A few days ago, Nokia’s CEO “Rajeev Suri” told Germany’s Manager Magazin that “the company intends to design and license handsets next year. We will look for suitable partners. Microsoft makes mobile phones. We would simply design them and then make the brand name available to license.”
Dmitriy Mezenin from Yekaterinburg, Russia published on the portal Behance its concept first Nokia E1 smartphone after a deal with Microsoft.
Nokia E1 specs likely include an 64 bit 2.6 GHZ Intel processor with 2 GB of RAM, 4.95 inch display of 1920 x 1080 resolution with IPS panel with LED backlight and fully laminated zero air-gap display with protection of gorilla glass 3 and a 20 MP back camera with 5 MP front-facing shooter. 32GB of internal storage include a 6 axis gyro and accelerometer plus Wolfson acoustic technology and a 2700 mAh battery. Nokia E1 may run on Android 5.0 with Z Launcher on top.
Source : Via