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After the launch of Nokia 6, the first Android smartphone, HMD Global is now eying for yet another launch of Android smartphone.
Also Read: Nokia 8 Specifications Leak Rubbished By QualcommAccording to a leak, there may be 7 Nokia Android phone launch this year.
It also suggested that this new Nokia Android smartphone will come with the Sharp Aquos XX3 that was launched last year in Japan.
Till now, the Nokia 6 is sold in China, only and this Nokia P1 is planned to launch.
Speaking of the water and dust resistance, the Nokia P1 is already IP57-certified.
Android Ransomware Locks Phone and Asks for Credit Card Number
Infected phones contact the GCM platform, where they register and receive an ID, which they pass on directly to the ransomware C&C server.
Ransomware abuses Google’s Cloud Messaging platformThe other thing that sets this ransomware apart is the usage of the Google Cloud Messaging (GCM) platform, now renamed in Firebase Cloud Messaging.
A new ransomware family is targeting Android devices, locking access to the screen, and constantly pestering the user to enter his payment card details.
To pay the ransom, victims have to enter their credit card number directly in the ransom screen, a technique very different from how other ransomware operators like to work, which is via Bitcoin, Tor, or gift cards.
Because the ransomware gets admin rights, users have to reboot their devices in safe mode and remove the app from there.
HMD Global launched the first Nokia Android phone, Nokia 6, a couple of weeks ago and the company had its first flash sale in China this week.
Although the publication did not reveal how many Android Nokia 6 units were sold, it claimed that JD ran out of stock quickly during the flash sale.
It is clear that HMD Global’s Nokia Android phone is well-received by many, especially by those who recognize the brand prior to the era of smartphones.
One of the heavily rumored Nokia Android devices is the Nokia P1, which, according to a recent leak from My Nokia Blog, could be the Nokia 8, a flagship device.
As for the camera, the latest HMD Global Android smartphone has a 16-megapixel main shooter at the back.