Nokia 10: concept render videos show the smartphone in wild

HMD Global’s upcoming high-end flagship smartphone Nokia 10 is expected to launch this year. The smartphone has been exposed in several leaks from past weeks. The device schematics and concepts were floating around the internet, among them most were reliable. Now, the smartphone is in another render video.this time, the concept video is rendered by Concept Creator. The Concept Creator has rendered many smartphones before, in accordance with the leaks regarding the smartphone. Now, the Nokia 10 smartphone render teaser is based on the recent leaks, and it looks awesome. Also, the device leaked in another set of render video.

As we have seen in past leaks, the Nokia 10 render by Concept Creator has the Penta lens camera technology on the rear. The camera of the Nokia 10 would use a single sensor along with five other lenses to occupy super optical zooming, compared to other smartphones with Optical Zoom lens. The speaker grill is provided just below the display, on the front panel. The top section covers the front facing camera, secondary speaker and other sensors. The front camera department would be a dual-camera combo, or there must be an Iris scanner; which is not confirmed yet.

Apart from the above video, there is another video rendered by Science and Knowledge channel, which looks more clearer. This one shows the smartphone in three different colour options – Black, Blue and Purple. The front panel with 18:9 display is quite more clear than the previous one, and reminds us of the Honor’s latest bezel-less flagship smartphones.

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Aser the reports, the Nokia 10 will be the HMD Global’s most advanced, expensive smartphone in 2018. the smartphone is anticipated to launch with an 18:9 taller display, powered with Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 System on Chipset under the hood. Hopefully, the device would carry at least 6GB RAM and up to 256GB of internal storage.

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