Nokia 3310 May Soon Have LTE Version

Doug Carpenter
January 2, 2018

According to a report by GizmoChina, the Nokia Camera app has revealed two more smartphones which are expected to come alongside the Nokia 1. The company is also expected to launch its first Android Oreo (Go Edition) smartphone, called the Nokia 1. But we have not heard about the Nokia 4 and Nokia 7 Plus and the details regarding these devices appear to be scarce.

HMD Global re-launched the Nokia smartphone brand past year with the launch of the Nokia 6 and now the company is all set to launch its successor, Nokia 6 2018.

"Working together with our fans under our newly set-up Nokia phones beta labs, we've created a pure version of this highly anticipated mobile platform, delivering all the exciting new features with none of the unnecessary clutter paired with great performance and even better battery life". While there are no information about Nokia 4 as of now. Going by previous reports, the company is planning to host an event on Jan 19, and the star of which will be Nokia 9.

All that we know about Nokia 9, is that the phone is going to be a high-end one and may come with a 5.5-inch OLED panel made by LG, and include a bezel-less display. That would make it the second HMD phone with that chipset, following the Nokia 7, introduced back in October 2017. The listing further reveals that Nokia 6 (2018) will be powered by a 2.2GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 processor along with Adreno 508 GPU.

And, this is the same thing that the Nokia Camera app has revealed in a recent leak.

While the new reports don't reveal the specifications of the Nokia 4 and Nokia 7 Plus yet, speculations are that the Nokia 7 Plus may feature a bigger display and improved processor, compared to the original Nokia 7 launched past year in China.

He also claims a ship-ready maturity which means the latest Android Oreo Beta build for Nokia 6 is quite stable and may be very close to the final Oreo update release. Meanwhile, Nokia 1 will be a part of Google's Android Go program.

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