Despite this year being nothing exceptional for Samsung to unveil its flagship models like every year, for other tech companies, 2018 is indeed a very special year. Speculations are rife that HMD Global might introduce its Nokia 9 flagship phone at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018 with a dual edge curved display, nothing unlike the Galaxy Note 8.
What is surprising, the latest leak indicates that the alleged Nokia 10 phone might debut the tech industry later this year and would be the foremost flagship device to have a full-screen design. And the best part is, it will be equipped with Penta-lens camera module. The Nokia 10 renders have been built by the designers at TechConfigurations which tips how it is expected to appear as the Penta-lens totting smartphone.
Despite being dubbed to feature an iPhone-X like notch, the concept renders lack the notch and instead offers a screen to body ratio of 85 percent. The Nokia 10 will be supported by ultra-slim bezels whereby the upper bezel is expected to be a little thicker to house the selfie shooter module. The front camera system of this Nokia device will be equipped with 8-megapixel sensors with f.2.0 aperture and autofocus.
On the rear panel, the device will sport a round-shaped camera housing which also includes the Penta-lens setup, reports GizmoChina. A pair of 16-megapixel dual cameras will be that is coupled with features like rotatory lens system, up to 10x optical zoom and dual OIS, five different aperture levels, as well as PDAF.
The Nokia 10 might feature a 6.2-inch display with a support for the QHD resolution. It is also believed to come with a USB-C port placed between a pair of the external speakers. While the side of the phone comes sans 3.5mm headphone jack, the functionalities will be available via the USB-C. Nokia 10 might house the Snapdragon 845 chipset paired with either 6 GB RAM + 128 GB storage or 8 GB RAM + 256 GB. The phone will come in color hues such as blue, gray, and more.