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Nokia Might Have Spilled the Beans on Which Chipset Will Be Present in Its Flagship

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Jan 23, 2017
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Nokia is having a hard time keeping the internals of its upcoming flagship smartphone under wraps. Previously, the company’s official Facebook account showed us a cryptic teaser, providing sufficient evidence of what kind of powerhouse the handset is going to be. Now, the Finnish smartphone company has once again answered the question of what sort of hardware can we expect from the upcoming flagship. To be honest, the announcement of the Nokia 6 pretty much confirmed that the manufacturer isn’t going to let 2017 end without a potential Galaxy S8 rival.

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Even though Nokia doesn’t make handsets running Windows 10 Mobile anymore, that isn’t to say that the manufacturer shouldn’t give it another try. With Microsoft revealing that it has partnered with Qualcomm to bring native desktop Windows 10 apps support for ARM processors (with the minimum chipset requirements being a Snapdragon 835), this will give the manufacturer the ideal opportunity to target customers hailing from the world of enterprises.

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If you take a look at the image below, it shows the mentioning of the Snapdragon 835, once again revealing that the smartphone will come outfitted with the world’s first SoC to be manufactured on the 10nm FinFET architecture. Additionally, we have also heard about other cool features such as a virtual assistant named Viki, which could possibly behave in a manner that’s very similar to Huawei’s Honor Magic handset or Samsung’s own assistant expected to be present in the Galaxy S8. With MWC 2017 kicking off next month (February 26 to be exact), Nokia has the perfect platform to showcase that device.

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Additionally, with the Galaxy S8 not expected to be present at the trade show, the manufacturer will not have to worry about its high-end smartphone not getting sufficient amounts of spotlight. It only depends on how grand the announcement of the Nokia P1 is going to be. Do you believe that Nokia will also gain success with the release of Windows 10 Mobile devices now that there have been significant advancements in mobile hardware? Let us know your thoughts right away.

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