Nokia could be planning Nokia 10 with Google Pixel-like features

Nokia is likely to launch the Nokia 9.3 PureView in November, and while that is yet to happen, the first instance of Nokia 10 has emerged. The Nokia 9 PureView could get a successor called Nokia 10 if a freshly leaked internal document from HMD Global were to pass. . The document revealed some interesting points about what HMD Global wants to do with the Nokia brand in the future and involves an intimate partnership with Google, to the point that Nokia phones become identical to Pixel phones, anyway.

Nokia 10 gets a mere mention in the document, so there isn’t much information available on the phone. This includes the design, hardware and features that Nokia 10 would likely pack. If we were to assume, the Nokia 10 might be more advanced than the Nokia 9.3 PureView might turn out to be. Rumors are on the agenda Nokia 9.3 PureView will have an in-display fingerprint sensor, a Penta lens camera and of course the pure Android experience.

The most intriguing part of this document is that HMD Global wants to enter the list of the top three largest smartphone manufacturers. This has been a primary focus of the company for a long time, but this time around, it’s taking a different approach. Nokia is leveraging its partnership with Google to use it as a marketing tool. HMD Global’s selling point for Nokia phones is “Pixel for every price category” which means you get the same experience on Nokia phones as on a Pixel phone. Undoubtedly, HMD Global has earned the trust of Google to do so. Google invested money in HMD Global about two months ago. So did Qualcomm, which says Snapdragon processors will be more dominant in Nokia series of phones.

Another aspect that the documents have somehow reiterated is that no corporate executive will compare Nokia phones to other brands in any upcoming event. This is obvious now. Nokia officials pointed out that specs don’t matter when they launch their phones, which rivals would otherwise.

In an interview with Theultramods Tech, Sanmeet Kochhar, vice president of HMD Global for India, the Middle East and North Africa, said the company wants to sell the Android experience more than the specs. The internal document merely revisits that thought and tries to instill it in the minds of HMD Global employees.

HMD Global’s strategy for Nokia also includes leveraging its partnership with Google to use it as a marketing tool.

News Underline:

  • HMD Global could work on a Nokia 10 as a successor to the Nokia 9 PureView.
  • Not much is known about the Nokia 10 at this time.
  • HMD Global is also planning the future of the Nokia brand with Google.