The last time HMD Global launched a smartphone, it consisted of not one, not two, but a total of six devices that ranged from affordable entry-level to the mid-range echelon. While we expect the company to lay low a little bit, that doesn’t mean the rumor will stop already. And according to the latest tidbit, a “true” mid-range Nokia phone is coming later this year.
Based on rumors, the successor to the Nokia 8.3 5G would be the Nokia X50, and it would be powered by Snapdragon 775 5G — the successor to the Snapdragon 765G. We might also see the upcoming phone to sport five cameras on the back, headlined by a 108MP sensor. This is going to an interesting device since most mid-range phones today come with large sensors already. But as expected from HMD, we may see a higher price tag than the competition.
Nevertheless, Nokia phones always come with long-term features and security support through software updates — one area where HMD excels against the competition.