New Nokia P1 Concept Shows Off a Premium Design

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Nokia is expected to unveil new devices at the upcoming Mobile World Congress (MWC). We already saw the Nokia 6 launched and go on sale in China, and we have seen rumours of the alleged flagship, Nokia P1, float around for some time now.

Concept Creator (also created concept images of Galaxy S8) has created Nokia P1 concept based on the rumors of the device. The Nokia P1 concept video shows that the device features a hybrid SIM slot at the bottom part of the of the device. Its rear camera is equipped with triple LED flash along with a Nokia branding at the center (to remind you who is King). The right edge of the device houses the lock/unlock button and volume controllers. From the video tittle, we leran that the Nokia P1 features a 22.3-megapixel rear camera, 6 GB of RAM and 256 GB of internal storage.

At the bottom, it seems to sport a 3.5 mm audio jack (good), USB Type-C port and a single speaker. We have a physical home button – that probably features a fingerprint scanner, which is flanked by two capacitive navigation buttons. The smartphone seems to have a large display with super-slim bezels. There is a front facing camera on the top bezel and another Nokia logo branding.

The Nokia P1 bears a premium look as its sports a metal unibody chassis, like Nokia 6, along with chamfered edges. The device appears in three colors, white, silver and black.
Here is the Nokia P1 concept video:

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