Nokia 10 Will Use Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC Launch in the second half of next year

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Nokia’s 9.2 PureView, a photo-focused phone launched last year, has not updated its flagship product for more than a year, leaving many users wondering if HMD is ready to go any further. But in the meantime, there have been more revelations about the next generation of flagship Nokia 9.3 PureView, also known as Nokia 10. Now there is the latest news, as previously speculated, recently foreign media said that the phone may be until the second half of next year to show, the good news is that the phone is finally equipped with the latest flagship processor — Snapdragon 888.

According to foreign media, the new Nokia 10 will be equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 888, but will not be released until the second half of 2021. It’s worth noting that the nokia 9.2 PureView, the world’s first post-five camera phone released last year, doesn’t use the then latest flagship snapdragon 855 processor, but the outdated Snapdragon 845. If the Snapdragon 888 is included in the Nokia 10, it will be historic for Nokia.

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. Of course, if the phone is still not the latest top chip, then the predecessor flagship chip Snapdragon 865 is the machine’s best choice.

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The new Nokia 10, which is likely to be unveiled in the second half of next year, is expected to be powered by Snapdragon’s latest flagship chip, the Snapdragon 888. More details to come, we’ll see.

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