HMD Global finally officially announced the presence of Nokia 1. This budget-friendly smartphone was officially released to the public in Mobile World Congress (MWC 2018) event in Barcelona, Spain, on Sunday (25/2/2018) local time.
MWC 2018 event held in Barcelona, Spain is used well by HMD Global by introducing four new smartphone. One of the latest series is the Nokia 1 is designed specifically for the entry-level market. Based on the information we collect, Nokia 1 is one of the first smartphone to use Android OS Oreo Go, curious?
Oreo Go Android operating system used by smartphone Nokia 1 is indeed designed Google for devices that carry a low specification with 1GB of RAM or lower. Nokia 1 itself comes with a classic design style Android smartphone when first released. The phone is clad with polycarbonate casing with rounded corners.
Nokia 1 mobile phone is quite interesting in the entry-level class with touch screen support with 16: 9 aspect ratio of 4.5 inches with a resolution of 480 x 854 pixels FWVGA which is considered quite competitive in entry-level class and using IPS panel technology. This smartphone is likely to use Android OS Oreo Go.
Performance of Nokia 1 is quite adequate and not much different when compared with other cheap smartphone with quad-core processor support from MediaTek MT6737M which ran with a speed of 1.1 GHz implanted with 1GB of RAM and supported 8GB of internal memory and can still be expanded with the presence of the slot microSD.
The camera side of Nokia 1 is relying on the support of 5 megapixel main camera that uses BSI CMOS sensor pinned feature detection autofocus (PDAF) and accompanied by LED flash. As for selfie photo enthusiasts, Nokia 1 equipped with powerful 2 megapixel front camera, pretty standard for now. HMD Global equips this phone with battery capacity 2150mAh.