Nokia will say goodbye to Android One and create its interface

Over the past few years, HMD Global has managed to bring Nokia’s smartphones back into the spotlight, especially those aimed at the entry-level and mid-range segment. Much of that success was due to its bet on Android One.

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With the offer of an extremely clean interface and quick updates, Nokia devices have once again captivated users.

Now, new information points to the possibility of Nokia deciding to abandon the use of Android One.

Nokia will be preparing the development of its own interface to replace Android One

According to information advanced by the website XDA Developers, HMD Global is hiring for the position of “User Experience Designer”. Although the position description is rather vague, the manufacturer’s intentions appear to be obvious.

Currently, with most of their smartphones being integrated into the Android One program, HMD Global simply does not need to have a team of designers responsible for the interface of their smartphones.

However, if they stop using Android One the scenario will be quite different, as it will be necessary to create your own interface.

Another possibility is that HMD Global may be planning to develop its own applications for Nokia smartphones. If that is the case, they will also need to create a team of designers responsible for developing the interface for new applications.

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via: XDA Developers


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