Meanwhile, the Nokia 5 will be coming on July 19 for £179.99. Confirming the phone as flagship devices, the listing also points to 4GB RAM and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset. David Ruddock?, Managing Editor, Android Police confirmed this. The same source claims that the handset will fetch €589 (around £520) when it goes on sale, less than the €749 price tag previously mooted. It will, however, be competing in an overly saturated budget market, where it has nothing really to offer than just the Nokia name.
The new 'old' phone is back on shelves from today, and will set you back only €59.
The upcoming Nokia 8 smartphone has recently been spotted on Geekbench. The listing further confirms the already leaked specs.
Release dateJust as rumours had suggested, the Nokia 8 is launching in August.
Now HMD, the firm producing the Nokia Android series, has confirmed that the Nokia 6, as well as the Nokia 3 and Nokia 5, will definitely be upgraded to Android O when it arrives. Although HMD recently transferred the Lumia Camera patent from Microsoft, it will probably take some time until the excellent app will make its way to Nokia smartphones. This is what some reports hinted. The SoC is accompanied by 4 GB of RAM. There's a chance the phone will run Android 8.0 out of the gate, according to this newly discovered Geekbench entry. Complete with a LED flash, this camera setup also resembles the customary camera module design on other Nokia smartphones.
HMD GlOBAL'S MOBILE WORLD CONGRESS (MWC) press conference has been and gone, and there was no sign of the Nokia 9. It has appeared yet again on Geekbench with key specs.
Nokia is known to give much importance to anything related to the camera or its specifications since years now. The listing (below) appears to match up with previous leaks, and shows the handset housed in a blue chassis, with top and bottom bezels and a physical home button, which likely will feature a baked-in fingerprint scanner.