Nokia 1 First Impressions


HMD Global unveiled a trio of premium metal-bodied smartphones and one gimmicky feature phone at its MWC 2018 press conference, and sandwiched between them was also the Nokia 1. Part of Google’s Android Go initiative, this is a smartphone that aims to redefine the low-end of the market. The Nokia 1 could bring all the features and benefits of Android to buyers who have never been able to afford a smartphone, but it will have to be priced very well in order to do that.

HMD Global will be competing with several other companies launching extremely similar Android Go phones over the next few months.

This article was sourced from Gadgets360

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