Nokia phone

Today, Nokia officially announced that it will hold a new product launch conference via live broadcast at 10 o’clock on August 4. At the event, a brand new smartphone will be released. But there are so many options that we don’t know which of them is on the road.

Nokia phone

At present, the Nokia 9.3 PureView, the Nokia 8.3, the Nokia 7.3, the Nokia 6.3, and the Nokia 2.4 are the five models confirmed by HMD Global to be released soon. Among them, the Nokia 7.3/6.3 has been certified in Canada on the 23rd of this month. Also, the Nokia 2.4, Nokia 6.3, and Nokia 7.3 have also appeared on Russian certification websites before. By the way, the last three are expected to be announced at IFA2020. But as this event will take place in September, most likely, this time, we have to skip it.

Anyways, the new slogan announced by Nokia Mobile is ‘one-key direct’. So we guess the company hints that this new machine uses an integrated function key.

There is only one Nokia smartphone recently certified by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, the model number is TA-1258. The machine is equipped with an octa-core processor. It only supports the 4G network. Also, the rest of the features are not much impressive. Say, it supports 2X optical zoom, uses a 720 × 1440 5.99-inch SLCD display, comes with 3GB RAM + 32GB ROM storage combination, and runs on a pre-installed system based on Android 10 operating system. Plus, it has a built-in 3040mAh battery. In addition, the machine also uses rear fingerprint recognition and provides two colors of Nordic Blue and Sand Gold.

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