Nokia 3.4 is one of the next handsets rumored to arrive sometime this year. The smartphone is expected to be launched alongside the Nokia 2.4, Nokia 7.3 5G, and Nokia 9.3 PureView at the IFA 2020, later this week.
Nokia 3.4 is going to be released as a mid-range handset. It was spotted recently on the Geekbench benchmarking database with the codename Doctor Strange. The alleged render of the smartphone, however, has been revealed by a tipster.
The leaked design shows the device’s punch-hole cutout at the top left corner of the front panel and a circular camera module at the rear. Here is what you need to know.
Nokia 3.4 Leaked Render Details
Even if the leaked render is not official, it offers us a sneak peek of what we can expect from the Nokia 3.4. According to the tweet shared by Hikari Calyx, a well-known tipster, the upcoming Nokia handset is seen to sport a punch-hole cutout at the front for an 8MP selfie camera sensor. The rear panel houses a circular camera with a triple-camera setup and an LED flash. A rear-mounted fingerprint can also be spotted.
Furthermore, the tipster said to have the actual photos of the alleged Nokia 3.4. The images, of course, can’t be shared for safety reasons. Other details include a similar texture as that of the Nokia 2.3. The circular camera design was seen before at the Nokia C5 Endi.
Nokia 3.4 Possible Specs
Previous reports claimed that the Nokia 3.4 might arrive with a 6.5-inch HD+ display and an aspect ratio of 19:9. It is believed to house a Qualcomm Snapdragon 460 chipset paired with 3GB RAM and 4000mAh battery with 10W charging support.
Other specs include a circular camera module with three sensors, a 13MP main sensor, a 2MP secondary sensor, and a 5MP tertiary sensor. More details will be available soon given that HMD Global is part of the IFA 2020 in Berlin.
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