Of course, if the phone is not going to be released for more than a year, any specs that show up now on a benchmark test will probably not be on the final version of the phone. Whatever the handset is called, the fact that Nokia is seemingly serious about returning to the smartphone market with a new Android powered phone is sure to make many happy.
After all, there were many who chided Nokia for making the wrong decision all those years ago when it decided to go with Microsoft’s Windows Phone in February 2011. At the time, even Eric Schmidt said that Google’s door would always be open to Nokia if it wanted to switch to Android.
|Geekbench test on the Nokia 1100 not due until Q4 2016|
The MT6582 supports a 720 x 1280 resolution display, an 8MP image signal-processor, 1080p Full HD video recording and playback at 30fps. Again, that’s for now. Things are bound to be different when Nokia takes the wraps off the phone that heralds its return to the smartphone market.