According nokiamobHMD Global will release three new mid-to-low-end models at IFA 2020 this year. These models will be Nokia 2.4, Nokia 6.3 and Nokia 7.3.
The source also said that Nokia 2.4 will be equipped with an octa-core MediaTek Helio P22 processor. It is codenamed Wolverine. We also know that the phone will use a 720P + 6.5 inch screen. On the back, it will have a dual camera 13MP + 2MP, while for selfies, there is a 5MP lens. Under the hood, there is a 4500mAh battery. And the phone will offer some storage options 2/32 GB and 3/64 GB.
This handset has already appeared on GeekBench. Looking at the GeekBench list, the processor of this device is ARM MT6762V / WB, which is the Helio P22 processor. Compared to the quad-core Helio A22 processor in Nokia 2.3, the octa-core Helio P22 processor is 1.97 times faster. According to the list, this smartphone will arrive with only 2 GB of RAM. As for its internal storage, there is no information at the moment. However, with 2 GB of RAM, the storage must be 16 GB or 32 GB. It is an entry-level smartphone and the GeekBench single-core test scored 136 points, while the multi-core rating is 497 points. With its appearance on GeekBench, this smartphone will probably arrive soon.
Nokia 6.3 and Nokia 7.3
According to NokiaPowerUser, Nokia 6.3 and Nokia 7.3 have passed the certification. Nokia 6.3 must be accompanied by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 670/675 processor and Zeiss rear quad camera.
The Nokia 7.3 may feature a Qualcomm 700 SoC and a quad rear camera. It should have versions that support 4G and 5G.
These devices are now available in a Canadian radio equipment database. To be precise, Nokia 6.3, Nokia 7.3, and Nokia 2.4 TA-1277 versions have been spotted on a Canadian certification site.
The Berlin International Consumer Electronics Show started in 1924 and is one of the largest consumer electronics fairs in the world. Due to the epidemic this year, the organizers announced that the IFA 2020 exhibition will take place from 3 to 5 September and the duration will be reduced to three days. It will happen mainly through live internet broadcast and not be open to the public.