We all know very well that the Finnish company Nokia is all set to make a comeback into the smartphone market next year 2017. Now, recently it has been reported that the tech giant Google to be gradually involved in the input of the upcoming new Nokia devices.

Google Said To Be Closely Involved With New Nokia Smartphones

Just a couple of days ago, the Finnish company Nokia officially announced its return to the mobile market. Even earlier the Finnish company Nokia also announced its alliance with HMD Global which took over the phone business of Nokia and also has secured exclusive rights to use the brand for smartphones from Nokia for the coming 10 years.

However, we all know that soon the Finnish company Nokia will announce its new smartphones running Google’s Android operating system in the first half of the year 2017. But, if you still think that it’s not enough to lessen your anxiety then beware, as we are again going to disappoint you. Yes, the tech giant Google had lots of input for the new Nokia devices.

Sounds pretty odd right? As it should be, as we saw that how intensely the Pixels were accepted boosts hopes of a return to form for Nokia devices. However, we all know that the tech giant Google is one of the most prominent tech companies in the world and it will positively impact the Finnish company Nokia’s comeback in the mobile phone industry soon.

But, right now, the new executives of the Finnish company Nokia for mobile phones have stimulating and ambitious goals for their comeback in the mobile market. The return of an iconic brand in the hands of Android was something that the tech giant Google did not want to miss, so Arto Nummela, CEO of HMD Global, said the company based in California has focused its efforts on them to Nokia comeback to the market is as we all hope.

Although the details of that conversation are private, we can not clearly establish how close was the relationship of Google with the new Nokia as it can be dealt with only in the same relationship that leads the search engine company with other manufacturers using Android on their devices.

The CEO of the HMD Global, Arto Nummela, also said that going to be extremely loyal to the brand Nokia, which is synonymous with reliability, ease of use, quality and simplicity, so we should not expect less of them in their next phone. He also added that “We want to be one of the key competitive players in the smartphone business”.

But if Nokia teams will be characterized by its simplicity and ease of use, then it could be that efforts between Google and Nokia refer to their phones to take Android Stock distinguish themselves from their competitors.

The aim of the Finnish company Nokia is to make their innovative smartphone available for everyone, even for those who never been able to acquire a smartphone.