Nokia has been a bit coy regarding the release of a flagship device this year. At the Mobile World Conference 2017, which held in Barcelona, Spain, Nokia unveiled two smartphones, the Nokia 3 and the Nokia 5. Also, the ubiquitous Nokia 3310 saw a comeback. However, Nokia did not unveil any flagship device during the MWC 2017.
That may not mean that HMD Global (manufacturers of Nokia brand smartphones) will not release a flagship device this year, according to Gadgets 360.
Furthermore, according to Chinese site MyDrivers, this Nokia flagship smartphone will come with two RAM options, 4GB and 6GB. The rumour says it will be powered by a Snapdragon 835 SoC. We can expect to see the device with a unibody metal design, and it should come in two screen sizes. However, HMD has not revealed the display sizes yet.
You will recall that in a previous article here on Mobility Arena, we talked about the features to expect in a Nokia flagship smartphone. So far, our predictions have been spot-on with these reports. However, Nokia has not revealed all the details of the upcoming flagship. We can expect more details of the device to be released in the coming months. According to Gadgets 360, this smartphone is likely to hit the market in June. The device has no name yet.
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