Friday, 12 August 2016

Nokia set to make Comeback with the Foxconn & to feature camera made up of Graphene

Nokia the Finland based company was once a renowned and top leader company in the smartphone segment and hence it should be remain on top but an agreement with Microsoft to manufacture Windows Phone devices exclusively was proved to be biggest mistake from Nokia which leads to biggest failure in Smartphone segment and further made them to quit Smartphone Segment. Now Nokia is returning back this year with New Hope and new smartphone.

Nokia will make a comeback with its two new Android Smartphone different sizes with the smaller one having a 5.2-inch display model and the larger one sporting a 5.5-inch display along with 2K resolution. These two devices are said to ship with Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box with the company’s Z Launcher on top of Google’s offering.

As per new details these two devices will be manufactured by Foxconn, a Taiwan-based tech giant who’s moreover popular for manufacturing iPhone series and upcoming Nokia smartphone’s will sport camera sensors manufactured using graphene material.

What is graphene material? - the graphene sensor 1,000 times more sensitive to light than current low-cost imaging sensors found in today’s compact cameras, it also uses 10 times less energy as it operates at lower voltages. It is far more effective than the normal CMOS or CCD (charge-coupled device) image sensors and help to capture images with brightness in low light.

Other feature includes Metal-body and IP68 certification for water and dust resistance while in coming days we will see more details and leak out of it.