Nokia 8 Sirocco
During the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the renewed Finnish brand showed how it is going to return to an industry where it was once considered the undisputed leader. These are five phone models - three Android smartphones, a budget Android Go device, and the reincarnation of several classic models.
Nokia 8 Sirocco
An updated version of last year's flagship device with the latest Android 8.0 Oreo firmware and the promise of early software updates. Onboard Snapdragon 835, 6 GB of RAM, 12-megapixel camera, 128-gig memory storage and 5, 5-inch OLED display with a resolution of 2560 × 1440. It will go on sale for 749 euros.
A simple Android device that hasn't changed much since last year. With a price tag of 279 euros, the buyer is free to choose between several variations of the layout and covers.
Nokia 7 Plus
The younger brother of the Nokia 8, a smartphone with a "flagship experience", but at a price of only 399 euros. There are only 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of permanent memory, but the display is larger than that of the flagship, and the case is made of high-strength aluminum with the expectation of long-term operation.
A model for emerging markets where the price is only $ 85. The smartphone is equipped with a MediaTek MT6737M board, 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of permanent memory, the maximum resolution of a 4.5-inch display is 854 × 480 pixels, and the matrix in the camera is only 5 megapixels. It will go on sale in early April.
Not a smartphone, but a new version of the good old push-button mobile phone, which received 4G support and even longer battery life. It features updated versions of classic Nokia apps and a memorable design from a bygone era.
Analysts assessed Nokia's initiative as a firm, fact-based desire to return to the mobile gadgets market and squeeze out famous flagships there, providing users with reliability and functionality at affordable prices.