On December 8, according to Nokiamob news, a new Nokia machine tested with Android 12 OS turned up on the Geekbench running sub-platform. As per the reports yet to be released, Nokia Suzume is likely to come with a highlight co-processor; it is probably coming with a 14nm Exynos 7884B processor, which is used in Samsung’s A10 device. This indicates the possibilities of a new partnership between Nokia and Samsung; we can expect many more affordable phones equipped with Samsung’s processors.
The new Nokia machine also comes with 3GB of RAM, which shows the spec of a rock-bottom price. The Geekbench test results haven’t had much information about the device but a code name Suzume indicates that this new machine will feature a Marvel superhero that has been drawn up during Juho’s time at Nokia Mobile. In addition, in 2019, Samsung released the Galaxy A10 entry-level phone models, equipped with Exynos 7884 processor, which comes with two Cortex A73 cores at 1.35 GHz and six Cortex-A53 cores 1.35 GHz.
Moreover, the phone arrives with 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage. Asides, the Samsung Galaxy A10 uses the Android v9.0 (Pie) operating system and has a decent built-in 3400 mAh battery. The mobile phone was launched in India on March 2, 2019, at Rs 8,490.
Furthermore, the mobile manufacturing industry has been using Exynos in numerous mobile models. Still, when it comes to affordable machines, it occupies the overall box with a small space for other chip manufacturers to settle down; Exynos processors haven’t been applauded much in the past. The tech industry would assuredly expect the unexpected in upcoming days as Nokia is taking an expedition with its long-time friend, and also probing on Nokia’s previous models dawdle back in India in recent times as its models couldn’t be an excellent proffer for Indians.
As long as Nokia stands in the embellished rostrum to receive a lot of awards for its past exploration in the tech industry, we do hope that Nokia Suzume and Samsung Exynos would be a great ensemble to build a robust machine. People who share their grievances that Nokia has failed to co-op with the trend and neglected the evolving demands in the tech industry should think about their past activities on Nokia’s gem snake game.