New Nokia smartphone can get pentacamera with 108-megapixel sensor
The company HMD Global, according to the resource Nokia Power User, is preparing to release a new mid-range smartphone, which will feature a five-component main camera.
It is claimed that the new product will replace the Nokia 8.3 5G model but will not receive the name Nokia 8.4 5G. Instead, it will allegedly be called the Nokia X50.
The main component of the rear Penta camera will be a 108-megapixel sensor. It will complement an ultra-wide-angle unit, a telephoto module, a depth sensor, and a macro module. It is about using Zeiss optics.
According to the available information, the “heart” of the smartphone will be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 775 / 775G processor, which has not yet been officially presented. He is credited with having Kryo 6xx computing cores and a 5G modem.
Display specs are revealed: This is a 6.5-inch PureDisplay V4 Quad HD + panel with a 120Hz refresh rate. The equipment will include a high-quality audio system OZO Audio.
A rechargeable battery will provide power with a capacity of 6000 mAh with support for 22.5-watt charging. The official presentation of the novelty is expected in the second half of this year.