Folks over at Nokia have been on a bit of a roll recently. With announcing 3 new phones, namely the Nokia 2.1, the Nokia 3.1 and the Nokia 5.1 there is word that it is working on another new smartphone. Now there are rumblings beginning to appear about a new device.
Through a post on Twitter, Roland Quandth, claims that Nokia is working on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 based smartphone which has been internally codenamed “Phoenix” by it. He also added the device won’t be releasing to before Autumn or Winter of 2018 which puts plenty of time for the company to release it. There seems to be no information available about the amount of RAM or any other specifications for the device. The performance of the 710 chip is better than the earlier 6xx series but is touted to be lot more efficient compared to the latter.
HMD/Nokia Mobile is working on a Snapdragon 710 based device to be released in the autumn/winter 2018 timeframe. Codename is "Phoenix". Oh and btw, the Google SDM710 based device apparently is called "Bonito".
— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) June 4, 2018
Recently, the CEO of HMD Global shared photos of prototype of Nokia phones. Nokia recently also announced that all the phones launched under HMD Global will be receiving the Android P upgrade, which comes as great news for users around the world.