Google and Nokia to bring mid-range smartphone powered by Snapdragon 710

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Google is recently in news for its upcoming Pixel series smartphone. The latest news suggests that the technology giant is working to bring its mid-ranged Pixel phones with Qualcomm Snapdragon 710. While this news was heating up the charts Nokia also planning to bring their next device running on the same processor.

According to the tweet by noted tipster Roland Quandt, HMD Global is working on Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 which may release in autumn/winter 2018. Nokia has code-named this device as Phoenix and the rumored smartphone to be one of the high-end devices by the Finnish company.


Google is always choosy about selecting the names for its brans and products – be it the name of the Android version or the code name of the ongoing project. The new Google Pixel phone is code-named as Bonito, a name of a popular fish whereas Nokia codenamed its project as Phoenix.

There is no official confirmation, regarding the detailed feature, pricing, and availability. The information regarding Phoenix is kept in a box we assure it to bring it to you soon. We are waiting to know the price tag and other such valuable information from company officials.

Via: iThome

Google and Nokia to bring mid-range smartphone powered by Snapdragon 710