MWC 2018: Nokia 4 will Launch with Snapdragon 450 Processor

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MWC 2018 Nokia 4 will Launch with Snapdragon 450 Processor

The Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018 is going to begin in Barcelona on 26 February. Nokia is going to launch many of its products. According to the media report, Nokia 1, Nokia 7 Plus and Nokia 9 can launch Nokia 4 as well. HMAD, a Nokia phone maker, has clarified that it is going to take part in the MWU 2018. But this has not yet been curtailed from which phones will be launched at the end of this event.

According to NokiaPowerUser’s report, the company can launch Nokia 4 with Snapdragon 450 processor. However, there is no further information about the specification of Nokia 4.

Leaked photos have revealed some information about the specification of Nokia 1, Nokia 7 Plus and Nokia 9.

Nokia 1 specification

Leaked photos have shown that Nokia 1 will be a compact phone and it can come in the budget segment. It can have a single rear camera. This phone can come in two color variants. This phone can come with a worn body design. It can have 720×1280 pixels HD display. It is also being speculated that there may be 1 GB RAM and 8 GB of storage.

Nokia 7 Plus Specifications

According to the information that has been revealed through leaked pictures, there will be a dual rear camera in it. There will also be dual LED flash. According to the information, the phone will also have a fingerprint sensor below the camera module. There will be a 6 inch display in it. This phone can come with Google’s Android One in the market. It can come with 4 GB RAM and 64 GB of storage. This phone can be launched in the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018. However, no information about the cost of these two phones is yet to be received.

Nokia 9 Specifications

In Nokia 9, the company can offer a 5.5-inch OLED display, with a dual camera (12 + 13 MP). At the same time, a five-megapixel front camera can be given. Apart from this, Nokia 9 can be launched with 3250 mAh battery.

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