We have heard that the successor to the Nokia 10 could be a 5G handset. It makes sense now as many phones are 5G, especially including the company’s own Nokia 8.3 5G. We have also heard that Nokia’s next flagship will not be unveiled at MWC 2020. So, the Nokia 9 had a slightly older chipset, and as a result, it suffered, so I was able to have a high-end Snapdragon 865 processor.
However, the cancellation of MWC 2020 was somewhat controversial. However, I heard that the Snapdragon 865 has been available a long time ago, and the Nokia 10 has been further delayed to include the Snapdragon 875. According to a more recent leak, the newly launched Snapdragon 775 processor in 2021 will be the chipset driving the Nokia 10 (or G10 or whatever its name is).
Along with it, it will definitely have a sapphire glass display and a stainless steel frame. Another thing we’ve heard about the next Nokia phone (probably the Nokia 10) is that you can have a selfie camera under the screen rather than in a notch or bezel. Unless this is a truly top-of-the-line device, on a Nokia phone.
Perhaps this device is not the successor to the Nokia 10. It’s high, but it’s not a top-of-the-line phone. For this feature, we look forward to a truly state-of-the-art flagship. One source talking to Nokia Power Users regarding the camera claims that the Nokia 10 (as they call it) will have very different camera settings than the Nokia 10, but doesn’t elaborate on how they differ.
There’s a story of a 108MP base camera and a total of five rear cameras, so it looks like the handset could get a high score in the photography segment. Finally, we’ve been told that Nokia has a foldable phone, and it’s unlikely that Nokia 10 will be this device, but we’ve been told that Nokia can mark this phone as a Nokia 10, marking it as a big leap forward.
Nokia 10 phone expected features
More luxurious design
One thing we’ve found about the Nokia 10 is that many flagships aren’t the most comfortable phones to hold with their sharp edges and a completely flat screen in a year when they started using curved displays. Besides, the phone didn’t seem to have an oleophobic coating, so fingerprints could really easily appear on the screen and body.
If HMD Global truly wants its flagship product to compete with the other top-of-the-line or even mid-range smartphones of 2020, it will have to make phones that look good, not just use them.
The Nokia 10 didn’t have a terrible chipset, but the Snapdragon 845 chipset was the top-of-the-line technology of the previous year, and many phones of 2019 won in terms of performance. A good processor would have been useful because taking 5 pictures at a time and exporting them as RAW files was one of the phone’s unique advantages.
We would like to see the current top-of-the-line chipsets on Nokia 10. When a new phone is released in 2020, it will almost certainly be the Snapdragon 865. Since this processor has a 5G modem built into the chipset, it provides great phone handling (obviously) for capturing photos, rendering graphics for gaming, and even for 5G connections.
We want Nokia to lead the way in cheap 5G phone bills with devices most people can afford (although 5G plans are still expensive). Nokia 10 could be a prime candidate for this if its price matches its predecessor.
The Nokia 10 had 5 rear cameras, but the only difference was that some were black and white, as they really did not have good photo-taking capabilities, and the cameras all had the same lens and resolution. The company did this so that their phones could take fantastic standard pictures, but this made it less versatile to take pictures because there was no bream with an ultra-wide or telephoto lens.
No matter what the Nokia 10 or the new Nokia flagship calls, we want a few different lenses to do magnified photos, decent macro shots, and more. The high-resolution sensor is also intact.