After Nokia’s 9.2 PureView camera phone last year, it hasn’t updated its flagship product in a year. News of nokia’s next flagship, Nokia 9.3 PureView, has been trickling in recently, but according to the latest news out of the foreign media, Nokia 10 May be the final name.
According to the latest news released by Nokiamob.net, nokia’s next flagship will be named Nokia 10, and said the phone is expected to be released later. It’s worth noting that the previous two generations of Nokia flagship didn’t have access to the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon chip, so it’s always a bit of a misnomer to call it a flagship. In the latest media reports, there are many rumors that the new Nokia 10 will finally be equipped with the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 flagship platform. Given that the Snapdragon 875 chip won’t be released until Dec. 1 and the first commercial flagships won’t be available until January, Nokia 10, if true, it will be a long time coming.
In the rest of the world, the new Nokia 10 is expected to feature a full screen design with an open hole, according to previous reports. The previously rumored under-screen camera is slightly less likely, with a 120Hz refresh rate and on-screen fingerprint recognition. On the back of the fuselage, the phone has a round rear camera module with 5 built-in cameras, including the main camera, super wide Angle, telephoto, TOF and other lenses, the main camera will reach 100 million pixels, and support 8K video recording. It is worth noting that if the phone is still unable to the latest top-notch chip, then the predecessor flagship chip Snapdragon 865 is the best choice for the phone.
The new Nokia 10 is expected to use snapdragon’s flagship chip, which will likely support high refresh rates, while flagship features such as high-capacity batteries and fast charging are also expected to be available. More details to come, we’ll see.