Nokia 10 renders confirm its Penta-lens and dual front camera set up

Feb 19, 2018, 9:00 am

Bipasha M.

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In recent times optics section in smartphones are receiving a lot of attention. With the progression of taking photos and sharing them on social media, the need to own a device which will take perfect photos have grown considerably. Only having two cameras, on the front and on the back, is not enough now.

Nokia 10 ConceptNokia 10 is reported to sport multiple sensors which can be deployed by the user by rotating a circular mount. The report that the new Nokia phone will be equipped with 5 cameras has been going on long. However, last week Foxconn internal staff broke the news online that Nokia, the Finnish company, is preparing to equip the new Nokia 10 with 5 camera configuration. Foreign media also revealed some of the specifications of the Nokia 10.

The new Nokia 10 will be sporting a legendary 18:9 full screen with a Snapdragon 845 processor and the back will be equipped with 5 cameras. The Nokia 10 will be using a 6.2-inch screen which is similar to Apple’s latest model iPhone X. The new Nokia 10 is expected to be a performance monster with a battery capacity up to 4000mAh.

The surfacing images on the web show that there will be 5 different Carl Zeiss lenses fitted on the rear of this Nokia 10 phone and there will be a rotating base on the top. Of these 5 cameras, 2 can be seen and the other 3 will remain hidden. The user can select any of the cameras to focus and click by rotating that plate. It will enable the user to see a larger view of the object because the user will be seeing the image through the main lens and the lens chosen through the rotation. It is expected to be priced around INR 28,999 and will be released at the end of 2018.

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