Though the Nokia smartphones are still struggling to become fan favorites in the mobile phone world, Nokia feature phones are aiming for the stars as they make up most of the sales volume from HMD Global.
Now, the Finish company is bringing the best of both worlds to create an Android-powered Nokia feature phone. 9to5Google has shared the photo of an actual Nokia feature phone which is running on the Android operating system without a touch screen.
If you look at the above photo, you can see that there is a microphone icon in the middle of the screen which looks a lot like Google Assistant. It would mean a great upgrade for feature phone users if they could give simple voice commands to their phone via Google Assistant.
Furthermore, you can also see icons for a camera, Chrome, YouTube and a mysterious app at the bottom along with the shortcuts for Alerts and Settings.
The phone’s design resembles Nokia 220 which was first launched in 2014. Nokia feature phones are quite popular in the Pakistani market even after the recent price hike in the country. We have to wait and see if the company will finally digitize its feature phones through Google’s Android OS.