We all are waiting for the Android devices manufactured by the most popular mobile phone company Nokia, but there is no evidential sign of such event. There are many concept designs and rumors floating around on the internet already.
The new Nokia N1 (Concept Phone) seems to be a ideal deal. The rumor which goes along with the phone seems to close to the legit configuration what Nokia might have in their mind for their first phone featuring Android OS.
Nokia 808 PureView was the last phone which supports Sysbian OS as mentioned earlier -- with 41 MP camera and true to life image censor and processor, it was is a true admirer.
If rumors and concept designs comes to be ture, Nokia N1 will come with 41 Megapixels camera and PureView Carl Zeiss sensor, a HD ClearBlack display and the pure Google experience.
You will love taking shots with this handset as it has the 41 megapixel Nokia PureView camera sensor. Its HD ClearBlack display is also a high point. Also, "the potential future Nokia model" will sport an upgraded resolution. You can certainly say that the phone will tout the best pixel density throughout.
Since right now Nokia is teamed up with Microsoft there's no way you'll see something like this, but give it some time and maybe Nokia will come around and get rid of Windows Phone. It's interesting to see those capacitive buttons below the display on the device and they actually look pretty nice. The creator of this 41 megapixel Android cameraphone says that he took the Lumia 800 as inspiration.
We might get to see a 3.7 inch smartphone with upgraded resolution, probably the best pixel density out there since it's 720p on a smaller than usual diagonal.
We just need to wait until Nokia actually decides to manufacture the devices powered by Android OS.