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A woman poses with a Nokia Lumia smartphone in this photo illustration. Reuters/Dado Ruvic

Nokia is definitely back. Last week saw the launch of Nokia’s first official handset under HMD Global: the Nokia 150 feature phone. Now, it seems that the world’s former number one phone maker is set to shake up the smartphone world as leaks of two alleged Nokia Android handsets have made rounds, and they’re packed with incredible specs.

The first handset, which has a “Nokia P” working name, may just become the new Nokia flagship. The phone supposedly equips the latest Snapdragon 835 processor with 6 GB of RAM. For its main shooter, it features an impressive 23 MP primary camera with Carl Zeiss lens.

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The Nokia P is expected to run on Android’s latest operating system, Nougat 7.1. According to GSMArena, the phone may even have some Google backing. The tech giant is said to be “closely involved” with the new Nokia handsets.

The rumoured Nokia C1 is also likely to be powered by the same Snapdragon 835 chipset, although it’s likely to have a smaller sized RAM at 4 GB. The phone is reportedly going to sport a dual 16 MP and 12 MP camera setup with triple LED flash. The C1 is said to furnish a 3,210 mAh battery.

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The Nokia C1 is projected to come in three storage options: 32 GB, 64 GB and 128 GB options. It is expected to run on the latest Android Nougat OS as well. Nokia is expected to reveal the particulars of its upcoming Android handsets at Mobile World Congress 2017.

HMD Global, the firm that presently owns Nokia’s commercial licences for the next ten years, is also set to appear at the event. MWC 2017 will take place at Barcelona between February 27 and March 2. The most recent smartphone released by Nokia was the Lumia 638, which was launched two years ago.