Nokia is working on a high-end smartphone that’s equipped with a penta-lens camera, reveals a dubious-looking render that surfaced over the weekend.
The handset, which has been dubbed the Nokia 10, is expected to feature five high-resolution lenses, a dual-LED flash and a rear-facing fingerprint reader.
It should also come with a Snapdragon 845 processor, according to a source familiar with chip-maker Qualcomm’s distribution roadmap.
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It’s no secret that Nokia, under the wing of HMD Global, has been attempting to carve a name for itself in the Android market – and releasing a smartphone with a penta-lens camera should help it do just that.
We were unable to uncover information pertaining to an exact release date, though some have speculated that Nokia could showcase the unit at IFA in September.
But before then, it’s tipped to grace us with the Nokia 9 – a mid-to-high-end smartphone that sports a 5.5-inch QHD screen, a Snapdragon 835 CPU and a dual-camera.
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