As mentioned earlier, there are four smartphones that are allegedly in development and HMD Global might launch them soon. The model numbers of these smartphones are Nokia N151DL, N150DL, N1530DL and Nokia N152DL. Looking at the leaked renders, it seems like these four smartphones will be placed in different segments. There is a smaller smartphone that might come with entry-level specifications and be the most affordable of them all. Then there are other renders that suggest that Nokia might launch smartphones in both the mid-tier and premium-tier smartphone markets.
The forthcoming Nokia smartphones are expected to sport a clean stock Android UI, similar to earlier Nokia devices that had a near-stock Android experience. In the near future, Nokia is expected to release four smartphones. Supposed renders of the devices have just surfaced online as a result of a recent leak. In addition, the model numbers of these devices, as well as renders, have been leaked. However, at this time, neither the product names nor the preferred market for launch are known. The leaked render shows devices with a completely new design, implying that HMD Global may be rethinking its smartphone lineup.
READ | Nokia releases its first T-series, T20 Android tablet: Check price, specifications & more. Out of the other two smartphones, the Nokia N151DL looks like the successor of an existing smartphone. It has a circular camera cutout on the rear panel along with a single camera. There seems to be a U-shaped notch on the top of the smartphone and a thick chin at the bottom with Nokia’s branding on it. There is another smartphone that seems to have a smaller form factor as it has bezels on both the top and bottom edge of the display. Stay tuned for more technology news.
As previous Nokia smartphones have come with a near-stock Android experience, the upcoming smartphones are expected to come with clean stock Android UI. The Nokia N150DL and N1520DL look like different models of the same smartphone, as the only visible difference is in the colour of the variants. As it is seen, the camera module on both smartphones is identical and is placed in a vertical fashion. Both the smartphones have a similar front bezel along with a water-drop notch at the top and a thick chin at the bottom. Since the power button doubles as a fingerprint scanner, it might be safe to say that the smartphone will not have an AMOLED display.