The source says that smartphone will feature seven holes at the back forming a circular form factor.
HMD Global is all set to makes it easy to the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018 to showcase some “awesome” products. However, if the latest leak is to be believed then the Finnish company is secretly working on a Nokia smartphone that will be loaded with not one, two or three but five cameras.
A source who works for Foxconn has revealed on Chinese Baidu that HMD Global is working on a device that will feature a penta-setup camera. The source added that Finnish company has already prepared a smartphone with penta-lens setup and if Foxconn finds a way to mass produce it, then the device could unveiled by early-or-mid-2018.
The source says that smartphone will feature seven holes at the back forming a circular form factor. Out of seven holes, five will feature lens, while two will house LED flash. However, there is no other information available about the upcoming device, so we suggest you take this report with a grain of salt.
HMD Global has sent invites for the launch event and has scheduled its launch event on February 25th, just ahead of MWC 2018. The event will be held from February 26 to March 01 this year.
Multiple reports suggest that HMD Global will launch Nokia 9 and Android Oreo (Go Edition) based Nokia 1. Apart from these two phones, the company is also said to launch the Nokia 4, Nokia 7, Nokia 8 (2018) and the 4G LTE-enabled model of the Nokia 3310 feature phone.
At last year's Mobile World Congress event in February, the company unveiled the Nokia 3, 5, and 6 in addition to the 2G variant of the redesigned Nokia 3310.
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