Nokia will unveil new smartphones: disclosed date of presentation

The Global HMD company started sending out invitations for a press conference in the framework of the exhibition Mobile World Congress. It will be held in Barcelona February 23, 2020. It is expected that there will be a number of models of Nokia smartphones.

What smartphones will show Nokia

The Finnish company does not mention which models will be presented, but sources previously confirmed that a company must provide at least 1.3 Nokia, Nokia and Nokia 5.2 8.2 5G, notes GSM Arena.

  • 8.2 Nokia 5G

Design of the rear and main camera Nokia 8.2 5G may be similar to last year’s Nokia 7.2. The main image sensor is a resolution of 64 MP. The smartphone is equipped with side fingerprint scanner. Nokia is expected to 8.2 5G battery capacity of 3500 mAh, the smartphone will support fast charging. The basic version for $ 500 will be equipped with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of flash memory.

  • Nokia 5.2

This smartphone will be the device of middle class. He will receive a single-chip system Snapdragon processor 632, and the LCD screen diagonal of 6.2 inches. In terms of design the back panel and camera Nokia 5.2 will be similar to Nokia 6.2. The camera will set the sensor image resolution 16 and 8 MP, the front camera should be 8 megapixel.

Also, the smartphone will receive a battery capacity of 3500 mAh. The basic version will be equipped with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of flash memory, it will cost 169 euros. Will also release a version with 4/64 GB of flash memory, which will be available in all markets.

  • Nokia 1.3

It will be a new entry-level model. Externally, the smartphone will resemble Nokia 2.3, it will be available in various bright colours. The screen is 6-inch, Nokia 1.3 will receive a budget platform MediaTek, 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of flash memory. Battery capacity of 4,000 mAh, it will be variable. The smartphone will be 79 euros.

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