HMD Global has confirmed its next release event for March 19 in London. The details were unveiled by Juho Sarvikas, the company’s Chief Product Officer. Unfortunately, he didn’t say anything about the devices that the company will present at the event. Reports, however, indicate that HMD Global will release the Nokia C2, Nokia 5.2, Nokia 8.2 5G, and the Nokia 1.3.
Nokia 5.2 “Captain America” Features and Details
According to the recent report, Nokia 5.2 has been seen on the Geekbench listing displaying some of the smartphone’s features. The device has been nicknamed Captain America, and Mysmartprice first released such news, indicating that Nokia 5.2 succeeded to score 313 in the single-core test, while for the multi-core one, 1,419.
Geekbench, on the other hand, also stated that the device would most likely arrive with an Android 10 operating system out-of-the-box. Also, Nokia 5.2 could be equipped with an octa-core processor of 1.80GHz, and some sleek 3GB of RAM.
Reports also indicate that nickname Captain America has been chosen due to the smartphone’s shield-like camera setup placed at the back panel. The device could arrive with a back-designed fingerprint scanner and quad-rear camera module. As for its front panel, Nokia 5.2 would most likely sport a selfie camera with a water-drop notch concept.
Nokia 5.2 Price Tag, Release Date, and Other Interesting Details
The smartphone could be available with a price tag of $180. Moreover, HMD Global is supposed to release a series of the device on March 19, 2020. Nokia 8.2 could also be launched as the flagship variant of 2020.
Nokia 5.2 “Captain America” is said to feature 5G connectivity support, a pop-up selfie camera setup, 8GB of RAM, 128GB/256GB of internal storage, and a 3,500mAh battery. For more details, however, we should wait for the official statements since HMD Global is supposed to announce more about the device soon. The smartphones’ features might be changed or enhanced, as well.
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