Dec 10, 2018 | Updated: 09:37 PM EST

Nokia Joining Hands With Google To Bring Dreamlike Smartphones

Apr 10, 2017 06:53 AM EDT


Nokia was known as a highly respected smartphone manufacturer. But at a point of time, the company went off to become fading reality. Microsoft took the charge of the brand name but wasn't able to make it that large. Now the Finnish tech giant HMD Global has taken a step ahead to reestablish Nokia's reputation to its earlier unique position. And for this, the company has thought that Google would be the perfect companion to turn the dream smartphone into reality.

According to Gizbot, HMD Global has now taken an initiative to make rekindle Nokia brand name to match with the desires of all the Nokia lovers. The smartphone maker has already announced that it will soon launch Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6 which would have a clean version of the Android OS. Although it hasn't been clarified yet by any of the official sources what the actual version would be but potential insiders hinted that the fine tune and pure version of Google's sole operating system would be much like Vanilla Android.

As per another report by BGR, for fulfilling the concept of a dream smartphone, HMD Global may have already signed a strategic partnership term with Foxconn and Google. Per Ekman. VP of HMD Global for the Middle East and North Africa recently stated at an interview: "We and Google will jointly enhance the Nokia brand to put the right kind of inputs into the phone, including Google Assistant," Moreover, as per potential insights, Nokia has planned to put quick updates of all the patches and software upgrades to its next-gen smartphones as soon as they are released by Android.

All and all, this step should be innovative, Google itself currently doesn't allow to run any versions of pure Android in its own smartphones. HMD marketed first set of Nokia Android smartphones are expected to be released by the end of May this year.

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