Nokia 8.2 Could Arrive With Android Q and a 32MP Pop-Up Camera

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The future intermediate smartphone from Finnish manufacturer HMD Global, Nokia 8.2 had its supposed specifications released on the Internet, even though it may be a few months until its arrival on the market.

According to the website My Smart Price, the handset will enter the trend of having a motorized selfie camera, bringing a 32MP sensor. That would be the company’s first device with the feature.

HMD Global recently experimented with unusual front camera technologies using the hole-punch system on the Nokia X71, in the style of the one found on the Galaxy S10 and Honor View 20, for example. This 32MP sensor would most likely be the Samsung GD1, which actually generates 8MP images through a technology called pixel-binning. It combines every 4 pixels into one, giving the image better quality and increasing clarity, especially in low light situations.

Another big news is that the Nokia 8.2 should arrive directly from the factory with the operating system Android Q 10.0. This sets its release date to August, September, or even later, as the final stable release of the operating system update should not arrive until next month.

Speculation also says the new smartphone from HMD Global will have 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage space. No Nokia device – not even Nokia 9 PureView – has been released with so much memory to this day.

The expectation is that the chipset used will be the not yet released Qualcomm Snapdragon 735. There is even speculation that Nokia 8.2 will be one of two HMD Global models to be launched with 5G internet in the third quarter of 2019. The other will surely be a top of the line, possibly a successor to Nokia 9.

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