HMD Global is getting ready to bring many new smartphones this year, including the Nokia 3.4.
We have seen many leaks and reports about the Nokia 2.4, Nokia 7.3 5G, and Nokia 9.3 PureView. Now, a report sheds light on a new entry-level handset, Nokia 3.4.
The upcoming budget-friendly Nokia handset is expected to be released alongside the other devices soon. And, it has been seen on the Geekbench listing. Here is what you need to know.
Nokia 3.4 Expected Specs and Features
The Nokia 3.4 Geekbench listing reveals that the upcoming handset might arrive with a Qualcomm chipset, the Snapdragon 460. The same processor is rumored to power the next handsets such as Vivo Y20 and Motorola E7 Plus, among other devices. The other aspects that are unveiled by the benchmark listing include 3GB RAM and Android 10 OS.
The Geekbench listing also suggests that the Nokia 3.4 could be codenamed Doctor Strange and come with a Qualcomm processor. The source code reveals that the handset could arrive with an Adreno 610 GPU paired with the Snapdragon 460 chipset.
Given that the handsets powered by the Snapdragon 460 chipset are booked to be released sometime in the second half of this year, we can expect the upcoming Nokia smartphone to be brought by the end of this year. And, a Q4 release event is teased even by the other rumors and reports for both the Nokia 2.4 and Nokia 3.4.
Besides the recently leaked specs mentioned above, the other features of the Nokia 3.4 remain unknown even after the leak of the benchmark listing. There’s no information about the exact release date or the design.
However, we can expect the handset to arrive in India soon and then hit the global markets. For now, we should wait for more details to be officially revealed or leaked. HMD Global should release in the coming months the first official statements.
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