These details come from a source close to China's Foxconn, which is working with Nokia on new smartphone development.More news: Mayors fire up crowd at Houston women's march
The new HMD Global-owned Nokia has been hard at work over the past year to become a producer of affordable quality Android handsets. HMD Global could also unveil the Nokia 1, an entry-level smartphone running Android 8.0 Oreo Go Edition. The sensors are placed in a circular fashion with the LED flash module at the center.More news: 3 injured in Manhattan shooting near Empire State Building
The report suggests that the smartphone will apparently feature a large circular housing on the back with seven cameras and two LEDs, similar to the Lumia 1020. Unfortunately, there's no way to tell whether the phone to be launched in the United States is the Nokia 7 or Nokia 6 (2018) because aside from the model numbers, we only know the device is powered by a 3,000 mAh battery. In simple words, HMD Global is said to have plans for a Nokia Android phone with five cameras at the back. The latest Nokia 6 has already been announced, and the upcoming Nokia 8 and Nokia 9 are expected to be high-end devices. It is also mentioned to come powered by the Qualcomm's latest flagship processor, Snapdragon 845 Mobile Platform. Nokia, in its previous avatar, has been very proactive when it comes to innovation on the camera front and thus it actually makes sense to see a more powerful camera unit on the upcoming flagship (s).More news: Italy's Fabio Fognini to take on Tomáš Berdych for quarter-final spot
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. This translates that the rear-camera module will have not one, not two, but 5 sensors!