Back when Nokia introduced it’s Nokia PureView 9 with a Penta-camera system, little did people knew that Nokia has a few more tricks to showcase up in its sleeves. Now that Huawei, Apple, and now even Google has either revealed or have proposed a phone with a squaricle camera bump with multiple sensors, the Finnish company is nowhere left in the middle as a few images depicting a similar camera system has appeared on the web.
Originally posted on Baidu, the images show a phone with a moniker Nokia Daredevil in its full glory. The leakster tried to provide ample details using just photos such as the fact that Nokia is working on a circular camera setup with sensors arranged in a 2×2 square.
Yep, the Nokia Daredevil sports a multiple-camera setup arranged in a square on a circular camera bump similar to a Motorola Moto G7. Although there are no to little information available about the device, we do know that it has a 48MP primary sensor (regular) along with a wide-angle camera which is pretty clear if you check out the camera app in action in a photo that leaked on Baidu as well.
Further, GSMArena indicates that there is a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner at the back which means the device could have an LCD IPS display. Furthermore, another photo leaked with the same moniker revealed that it has a 2340×1080 FullHD+ display along with not-so-tiny bezels around the edges.
Moving further, an image that came only after the first look of Nokia Daredevil went viral shows that the device sports a Snapdragon 660 SoC alongside Adreno 512 while the CPU cores are expected to have a maximum frequency of 2,208 MHz. Note that GSMArena still states that the device could have a Snapdragon 710 or 730 processor as it could be an upper mid-range phone although we will have to wait for a while until we get to hear more about it.
Other bits of details that I could decipher is the phone will have a waterdrop-shaped notch along with USB Type-C port along with an additional button dedicated to summoning Google Assistant which is nothing new as Nokia has been aggressively promoting its smartphones with this dedicated button to summon Google Assistant such as with Nokia 3.2 and Nokia 4.2 among others.
Finally, the device could have a subtle 3,500 mAh battery which could sound as not that big (because it isn’t) but it is at least 2,00 mAh larger than the one I have seen in OnePlus 6 so it is definitely worth. As any other Android enabled Nokia smartphones, Nokia Daredevil or whatever moniker the Finnish company chooses for it, will be Android One enabled which means it will be among the earliest to receive further major Android updates for two years guaranteed.
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