Leaked Photos Shows Nokia Device with 48MP Camera and Waterdrop Notch

nokia device with 48MP camera
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HMD Global took Nokia trademark in their hand in 2016 and since then HMD Global has done a tremendous job. These Nokia smartphones have all nearly stock Android experience and at this time HMD Global is the only brand whose nearly all devices are updated to the latest Android.


Recently a Weibo user @fenibook, posted a bunch of images of an unreleased smartphone with codename ‘daredevil’. There is not much info about the phone but the pictures shows some great specs.

nokia device with 48MP camera

On the first appearance, it seems like a mid-range Motorola device, more specifically Moto G series as because of the circular camera setup at the back. There at least two cameras on the back, housed within a circular casing. We are unsure of what the third sensor is. In the 2nd image, we can say that it comes with a beautiful glass finish. Also, it has that fingerprint sensor at the back from that we can predict that it can a mid-ranger.

From the third image, it can be confirmed that it will feature a 48MP sensor. At this time we don’t any information about the sensor being used in that camera nor the second camera. The second can be a wide-angle sensor as there is a mode for wide-angle in-camera UI.

nokia device with 48MP camera

The front section has a small water-drop notch for the selfie shooter. And there is a decent sized bezel on the top, and a considerable chin on the bottom sporting the Nokia branding.

The device will come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC and Android Pie out of box. The phone also has a USB Type-C port on the bottom, and a dedicated AI button on the left of the device. The leaker mentions that the phone will have a 3.5mm headphone jack on the top of the phone, and you can spot a cutout for the same in the case of the device.

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