While HMD Global is gearing up to launch new Nokia devices at the upcoming Mobile World Congress, we’ve been witnessing leaks and rumours related to another smartphone from the company — the Nokia 10. While the phone won’t be making its debut at the MWC 2018, it has been a subject of many leaks in the past weeks.
Now, the phone’s concept render has been seen online, which shows the design of the phone similar to what we’ve seen so far in recent leaks. The new render of the Nokia 10 shows that the phone will come with a dual-camera setup at the back and the camera sensors will be vertically aligned. It’s a design similar to what we have seen on Lumia phones like the Lumia 1020.
The camera module sits on a circular base, along with an LED flash on the left side and another sensor on the right side. The previous leak related to the device suggested that the center lens will be working as the main camera while the others will be hidden inside a module and may be rotated to change the focal length and will work in combination with the main camera.
Just below the camera module, there’s a fingerprint sensor for added security. The camera sensors used in the phone are said to be Carl Zeiss certified. On the front side, the phone features the trendy full-screen display with 18:9 aspect ratio. The bezels around the phone are quite thin, even on the top side as well as the bottom. On the top bezels, there are various sensors, along with a dual front-facing camera.
On the software front, the device is said to run Android Oreo operating system out-of-the-box. The phone is also said to be powered by the Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 processor.
It is said that the concept Nokia 10 will come with a 5.8-inch 4K Super AMOLED display. It will pack 4GB/6GB RAM with 64GB/128GB internal storage and microSD card support up to 256GB. The device will have a 3,500mAh non-removable battery with Quick Charge 4.0 fast charging support.
While this is just a concept render, if the Nokia 10 does exists, then expect a launch only near the end of the year. The first half should be dominated by the rumored Nokia 9 flagship. But given the recent rumours about the phone’s camera, we are definitely excited to see how the Nokia 10 will turn out in real life.