The rumors that HMD Global could launch new phones in Russia at the end of this month just popped up yesterday, and we already have a real life photo of new Nokia smartphone.
HMD has sent invitations for an important event to be held on May 29 in Moscow, where will be present the company’s top exes, and all speculation indicated the launch of new phones.
Now this picture appears, showing two three Nokia phones, all of the same model. We see the elongated camera module in the style of Nokia phones launched last year, the fingerprint sensor below the camera and as you can see for yourselves, at the bottom we can read the Android One trademark. This means it is a new phone to be launched as part of Google’s Android One project.
That means launching Android phones without other manufacturers’ interfaces of any other apps, so a stock operating system, as is created by Google. The only problem is that Nokia phones are delivered with stock Android anyway, so I do not understand why is the Android One necessary.