Nokia Could Reportedly Launch A Flagship with Snapdragon 835 in June
While HMD Gobal did announce 4 new devices at MWC, one thing we know very well is, there’s more to come. It’s promising to see ’em betting high on the Pure Android experience, while the 3310 is a classic nostalgia. However, the brand is clearly working on a top of the line device of its own, judging by the number of leaks we’ve seen regarding a Nokia 8. And now we may know when to expect this to hit the market.
According to a new rumor out of China, Nokia will release its flagship smartphone in June. This will come in two different sizes (following the current flagship trend of Apple, Samsung and Google), with similar (if not identical) specs. Both will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 chipset, and both should get either 4 or 6GB of RAM depending on which model you buy.
Dual rear cameras should be on the back of at least one of the handsets, even though we won’t see PureView or Carl Zeiss branding on them. The former can’t be used because of Microsoft, while on the latter Nokia Mobile itself tweeted that it’s out of the question.
Though as of now, it is very hard to validate this due to anonymous sourcing and rumors.