MWC 2017 is scheduled between February 27 to March 2 and it’s the perfect opportunity for many smartphone makers to announce their latest devices, including for Nokia. The company’s CEO, Rajeev Suri is said to deliver a keynote at the trade fair. Nokia is expected to announce at least one Android Nokia-running smartphone.
After the partnership with Microsoft fell through, Nokia decided to license its commercial rights for the brand to HDM Global for the next decade. The first phones made by HDM Global are expected to be announced this year and might be made available for purchase by the end of 2016.
Rumors say that Nokia will announce at least two Android-running devices next year, but there’s no official information that they would be unveiled during the trade fair, but it’s very likely.
Nokia has been working a massive 13.8-inch tablet, which recently appeared on benchmarking site GFXBench. The tablet appeared to run Android 7.0 Nougat and had a display resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.
Rear camera capacity seemed to reach 16MP with 8MP in the front for conducting video calls. The rear camera could also come with face detection and autofocus.
It’s unclear whether Nokia will announce this tablet next year during the MWC, but the company is also said to be working on two premium Android smartphones with some impressive specs, supposedly SD821 SoC and 22.6MP rear cameras, but take this information with a grain of salt as few details are available.

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