What is known about the upcoming Nokia phone is that the smartphone will have five cameras at the back, and according to reports the penta-lens camera will feature a circular housing with seven holes in the middle. As the reports suggest, the device will look very much like the Nokia OZO VR camera. The device (name still unknown) is expected to be powered by Snapdragon 845 processor. The information comes from a source close to Foxconn's R&D business, which makes it a reliable one, as HMD Global is working closely with Foxconn to launch new Nokia smartphones. The Finnish company previously disrupted the mobile handset market by bringing the Nokia 808 PureView and Windows Phone-running Lumia 1020 that both had featured a 1/1.2-inch, 41-megapixel camera sensor. If testing goes right, HMD may think of mass production in April-May, and apparently the device will be unveiled as early as late 2018.
HMD Global's Chief Product Officer Juho Sarvikas said in a tweet that the company has been super busy planning for the Mobile World Congress and at the end of the tweet, he said, "please expect it to be awesome". Huawei's P-20 is expected to be launched at the MWC in Barcelona in late February. HMD Global might sport dual-lens camera on the back with 12MP+13MP sensors and 5MP camera on the front.
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MWC 2018 is just around the corner.
There is an interesting rumour brewing concerning an upcoming Nokia flagship smartphone. The executive didn't reveal any details, but some of the recent reports confirm that the company is expanding the Nokia family with the launch of the Nokia 1, Nokia 4, Nokia 7, Nokia 8 (2018), and Nokia 9.