Nokia has an event scheduled for April 8. An event in which, according to all the rumors accumulated so far, we would have to witness the arrival of three new low-cost phones in the Finnish manufacturer’s catalog. Two of them would be Nokia X10 and Nokia X20, and another one of them has just been partially filtered.
We talk about future Nokia G10, the third phone of which it seems that it will be, clearly, a change in the nomenclatures of Nokia phones that returned from its ashes hugging Android. This Nokia G10 has just passed through Geekbench, the well-known synthetic performance test that has recorded some of its data.
Helio P22 for Nokia G10
As we have said before, Nokia would be preparing three economic line phones, since the Nokia X10 and X20 must arrive with the Snapdragon 480, also offering 5G, and the Nokia G10 has just been notified wearing the Helio P22 from MediaTek, which would place it in the lowest price range in the market, if the rest of the characteristics are in line.
Geekbench also indicates that the phone, whose brain runs at 2GHz, is being tested with at least 3GB of RAM, so we would supposedly find 32GB or 64GB of internal space, and possibly a superior model with 4GB, we will see what happens when it is Present. In addition to port Android 11 and show it in the benchmark record, from this Nokia G10 other features have been leaked.
At least three models for April 8: Nokia G10, X10 and X20
We would find ourselves in front of a screen phone 6.32-inch IPS LCD, 19.5: 9 ratio and HD + resolution. That is, 1,560 x 720 pixels. The battery would be 4,000 mAh and it would have four rear cameras, namely: 48 megapixels for the main one, 5 megapixels for the super wide angle, 2 megapixels for macro and 2 megapixels for depth readings.
On the front, the Nokia G10 would arrive with 16 megapixels for selfies and the phone, as it has been leaked, would be presented the next April 8. We will then see if only three models land or if there are surprises, something to which Nokia is already somewhat accustomed to us.
Via | GSMArena
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