There have been a large amount of leaks related to a Nokia smartphone. All previous hints state that the device will be running a Snapdragon 430. The company’s slide leak has already confirmed that the company is going to try to release a smartphone again. This leak gives us a lot more details about the phoone’s internals and they seem to be very interesting and impressive so far.
New Flagship To House A Snapdragon 820 And A Powerful Camera
According to a source from China, the new Nokia flagship will be announced in two sizes. A 5.2 inch and a 5.5-inch variant. The phone will have a QHD ddisplay however it has not yet been confirmed whether both devices will have a QQHD panel.
The Snapdragon 820 is an extremely powerful processor and according to Qualcomm it can render DayDream content as well. However as both devices are expected to be released in 2017, it is expected that other smartphones will have a Snapdragon 835 or a Snapdragon 830.
We still have to wait for Nokia to talk about these smartphones in their official announcements. Like almost every other Nokia smartphone the new flagship will also feature Carl Zeiss optics. The lens is expected to be the best in the market and this means that the smartphones will be able to perform exceptionally well in low-light conditions, so let us hope that this addition is much more than just a famous name.
It has also been said that the smartphone will be waterproof. While alot of companies claim their phones are water-resistant, it is far fetched to say the least to call a phone outright waterproof. It is expected that the phone will have an IP68 certification allowing the device to be submerged in water for about 30 minutes at a height of 1.5 meters.
It really seems that Nokia is stepping up their game with these leaks. These specifications seem impressive on paper but it really depends on how Nokia actually implementes these components into the phone itself.
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