The former overlord is back!Nokia announces three new mobile phone series netizens: too unexpected
Speaking of Nokia, it is believed that many post-60s, post-70s, and post-80s are full of emotions.
The former overlord of the mobile phone industry has launched several classic models, and the “Syban system” was a classic masterpiece of that era.
Nokia officially announced,
A few days ago, Nokia officially announced that from now on,Nokia smart phones will adopt a new naming method, in the form of a combination of letters and two digits, to more clearly convey the product positioning and meaning.
Next, Nokia will have the three major smartphone series of X, G, and C.
It is understood that the Nokia X series has the latest technology, excellent experience,
It will be equipped with the latest Qualcomm processor, Zeiss optical image, rugged design and more cutting-edge technology.
The G series is known as the “popularization of high-end technology”, balanced configuration, long-life large batteries and high-pixel images.
The last C series, officially defined as “simple and easy to use entry machine”,
The price is comparable to classic mobile phones, and the pure Android system will bring consumers a convenient and convenient experience.
From the introduction, the three new mobile phone series will be positioned as flagship, mid-range, and entry-level phones, respectively.
In this regard, some netizens said, “Could it be that the former tyrants have come back? Unbelievable.”
It is reported that in August 2011, Nokia announced the abandonment of Symbian,
and subsequently launched a number of smart phones equipped with “Bella”, “Meego” and “Windows Phone” systems,
but unfortunately, consumers seem to be reluctant to pay for it.
Until one day, a small green robot named “Android” was born and took the throne of Nokia.
The data showed thatGoogle’s Android platform surpassed Nokia’s Symbian system to become the world’s largest smartphone platform in the fourth quarter of 2010.
Subsequently, after HMD took over the Nokia mobile phone business from Microsoft, it launched a number of replicas of Nokia’s classic models.