HMD Global may be willing to make a number of “drastic” changes to the design of its smartphones this year. According to some sources, the company’s idea is to stay current by following the trend started by other major manufacturers.
That’s why MySmartPrice published on Thursday (25) a rumor that the Nokia 8.2 can be made official with a 32 MP pop-up selfie camera. So the company should finally leave behind the use of the controversial and controversial notch we saw in the Nokia 8.1 last year.
In addition, the company is also studying which processor should power Nokia 8.2, with the unannounced Snapdragon 735 being the highest-rated yet. The platform would come as the first intermediate option compatible with 5G networks, something Qualcomm indicated was planning on an exclusive interview given to TudoCellular this week, and we would still have 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of internal storage.
With this, Nokia also seeks to make this device a cheaper option for those looking for a 5G smartphone. However, everything still depends on negotiations with Qualcomm to purchase a modem compatible with the new network.
Finally, following the philosophy of always launching their devices with the latest software, HMD Global also plans to deliver Nokia 8.2 with Android 10 Q within the One program. As Google is expected to release the final version of the system soon, sources indicate that the handset can be launched between September and October.
However, HMD Global has not issued any official statement on the matter. Thus, we warn that the information still needs to be observed with a certain amount of caution. Anyway, the second half promises to be very busy with Nokia.
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