Several months have passed since the last Nokia mobile catalog welcomed a new member. But luckily, it seems that the dry season is nearing its end. A new device of the Finnish brand has appeared today in real images for the first time, confirming with them some of its specifications and technical characteristics, as well as the most striking details about its design, including the existence of a triple camera on its back, and a drop-shaped notch leading his screen.
The leak comes from the SlashLeaks portal, where one of the members has published the images of this new device, where we can take a first look at its design, as well as some of the specifications of its technical repertoire.
It is obvious that the appearance of the device is an important step forward keeping the present generation in mind. Comparing this device with a current model of the mid-range segment of Nokia, such as the Nokia 7.1 that we analyzed in its day, we find more stylized lines and better-exploited spaces, thanks mainly to the inclusion of a smaller notch in the screen.
Its body seems to be made of glass, and in the back, we find a photographic system formed by up to three sensors, of which one of them would be 48 megapixels of resolution as can be seen in one of the captures. The ZEISS seal is not missing, nor is the LED flash. Just below the camera system is the capacitive fingerprint reader.
Thanks to the person in charge of exposing the images, he has had to install one of the apps that allow us to visualize the components of the mobile, we know that the device has a screen close to 6.3 inches diagonal, with Full HD + resolution which throws a pixel count of 1080 x 2340.
Its interior would be headed by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor, 3,500 mAh capacity battery and Android 9 Pie as the operating system. The amount of RAM memory, as well as its internal storage capacity, is currently unknown.
According to NokiaPowerUser, the code of the device - Nokia TA-1198 - corresponds to the Nokia terminal known by the code name "Daredevil," which apparently could end up coming to stores as a new generation of the Nokia 6 series. However, there is not yet enough data to confirm that indeed will be the Nokia Nokia 6.2 or 6 2019. I'm afraid it will not take too long to find out.