A 108 megapixel camera and a 120 Hz screen on the next Nokia smartphone?

Finnish company HMD, which markets Nokia smartphones, was very discreet in 2020. However, this year it is celebrating its comeback. In early April, HMD formalized six new entry-level and mid-range smartphones, including a 5G model.

And according to current rumors, other devices are already in preparation. This is stated on the Android Authority website which is relaying information from Nokiapoweruser, a medium that deals with leaks and rumors about Nokia devices.

Apparently, HMD is preparing to introduce a successor to the Nokia 8.3 5G. Nevertheless, this device would be called Nokia X50. Under the hood, this smartphone would use a chip that is seen as the successor to Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 765 G with significant performance improvements.

For its rear camera, the Nokia X50 would use a combination of 5 sensors: a 108 megapixel main sensor, an ultra wide angle, a depth sensor, a macro and a telephoto lens. And logically, this camera should continue to benefit from the partnership between Nokia and Zeiss.

On the screen side we would have a diagonal of 6.5 inches, a QHD + resolution and a refresh rate of 120 Hz. The battery would now have a capacity of 6000 mAh, which is a significant improvement over the Nokia 8.3 battery.

Of course, at the moment these are still rumors and so caution is still required. Nevertheless, it would make sense for HMD to bring this model onto the market, which could position itself as a competitor to devices such as the Pixel 4a or the OnePlus North in the mid-range segment.

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