Nokia enters the laptop market after smartphones

 


Nokia enters the laptop market after smartphones
The laptop was unveiled at the Mobile World Congress - photo courtesy of Nokia


After mobile phones, Nokia has now stepped into the laptop market.


 Nokia's first laptop, the PureBook Pro, was unveiled at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.


 According to the company, the laptop will be offered for sale in 22 countries.


 This laptop will have 2 versions of 15.6 and 17.3 inch display.


 One version will weigh 1.7 kg while the other will weigh 2.5 kg and both will have Intel Alder Lake i3 processor inside.


 Similarly, 8GB DDR4 RAM and 512GB storage will be part of the laptop.


Nokia enters the laptop market after smartphones
Photos courtesy of Nokia


 Photos courtesy of Nokia

 The laptop has anti-reflective coating and a 2 megapixel webcam.


 The device also comes with a large trackpad and fingerprint reader, as well as 3 USB ports and a microSD card reader.


 The laptop comes with Wi-Fi 5 and Bluetooth 5 support which is not very impressive.


Nokia enters the laptop market after smartphones
Photos courtesy of Nokia


 

 The 15-inch model has a 57WH lithium polymer battery with 65 watt fast charging support, while the other version has a 65W watt charging support with a 63WH battery.


 The 15.6-inch laptop of Nokia PureBook Pro will be sold for 699 euros (over one lakh 38 thousand Pakistani rupees) while the 17.3-inch version will be sold for 799 euros (over one lakh 57 thousand Pakistani rupees).

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