Weibo leak shows alleged Nokia P flagship, reveals stunning specs that can be on it
Samsung already got us excited when they let it slip that they would be giving us the latest in their line of flagships – the Galaxy S8 – next year at the MWC event which is scheduled to hold in the month of February. Well, it seems that they would not be the only ones taking the spotlight on this day as we have reasons to believe that another manufacturer is hoping to come out with a bang on that day.
After Nokia sold its rights and HMD acquire the legal backing to sell phones with this branding, they have since announced that they have some set of devices in the pipeline and we believe that we should see one in the first quarter of the next year, most likely at MWC.
So far, we have been hearing that what they would offer us would be mid-range devices before some other rumours started to gain traction that a flagship is on its way. From Weibo, today, we then got the chance to feast our eyes on the image of what is said to be the Nokia P flagship, and its specs are a beauty to read and behold. The first point of wow is on the fact that it would run a snapdragon 835 chipsets, pair that with a massive 6GB of RAM and use a camera sensor of 23MP made by Zeiss. From the last rumours that we have heard, it is also said to expect Quad HD resolution on the screen.
This makes for a powerhouse in itself and we would be waiting for the launch of such a device, if it is coming to us.
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