Nokia 10 PureView to Come with Latest Features

Nokia 10 PureView which isn’t the official name, has been tipped to arrive with the forthcoming Snapdragon 875 SoC. The smartphone that will possibly be the descendant to the Nokia 9.3 PureView which is desired to be launched in November 2020 and it seems to be in early progress at this point. The report has mentioned that a couple of other details about the structure of the Nokia 10 PureView and it has stated that it might be presented in the 2nd half of 2021. There is no official data available on the Nokia 10 PureView from Nokia as of now therefore so this should be measured with a pinch of salt.

Another report has stated that the Nokia 10 PureView is in early development and it will be powered by the impromptu Snapdragon 875 SoC. It also circumstances that the smartphone will come with a stainless-steel frame and a sapphire glass display. The smartphone is hoped to have a multi-camera set-up with Zeiss optics, which has been seen in early Nokia flagships. The report has added that the smartphone will be introduced on the 2nd of next year.


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By being a flagship, it does not arrive as a surprise that the speculated Nokia 10 PureView will be powered by the Snapdragon 875 SoC. Presently, the forthcoming SoC was seen on Antutu benchmarking site with a code name ‘Lahaina’ by a known tipster and it received a score of 8,47,868, which is much greater than the usual 6,29,245 score of the Snapdragon 865+. It also displays to be much more controlling than the 5nm offerings from big known companies such as Samsung and Huawei.

Qualcomm is wished to declare the Snapdragon 875 SoC on 1st December and it is also hoped that the latest Snapdragon 7 series processor with 5G support will be rolled out as well.

Talking about the forthcoming Nokia 9.3 PureView, a report from late September said that it will be presented in November as Nokia brand licensee HMD Global is preparing a big event. Alongside the Nokia 9.3 PureView, the Nokia 7.3 5G, and 6.3 smartphones are wished too, although, there is no approval on this from Nokia.

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