Nokia has four new smartphones on standby to debut. Leaked renders and model numbers of the upcoming Nokia phones have been shared by notorious insider Evan Blass. Unfortunately, no details exist regarding their final names and specifications. Two of these devices are seen with a different rear camera design on top.
Some Nokia handsets from HMD Global (clockwise from upper left): N151DL, N150DL, N1530DL, N152DL. pic.twitter.com/BV2vFhqd2j
— Ev (@evleaks) November 23, 2021
The Nokia N152DL appears to be an entry-level phone due to the large bezels on the front and a single camera on the rear. This gadget might run Android Go’s Android 12 or 11. There is an LED flash for the front camera and a microUSB port and a 3.5mm audio jack inscribed on it. It could become a C-series device.
The Nokia N151DL has a waterdrop notch display with a substantial bottom bezel. On the rear, it features a round-shaped camera module. Because it lacks a fingerprint scanner, it appears to be an entry-level phone. It features a 3.5mm audio jack for music enthusiasts.
The Nokia N150DL’s screen has a waterdrop notch, unlike the previous model. The majority of today’s Nokia phones have a round camera module, although the N150DL has its three cameras positioned at the top-left corner. There does not appear to be a Google Assistant button on this device. It includes ports such as a USB-C connection and a 3.5mm audio jack for connectivity.
The Nokia N1530DL has a teardrop notch display as well. It’s possible that it has a glass back. The power button, if present, might be linked to a fingerprint scanner. A Google Assistant button, USB-C connection, and 3.5mm audio jack are also visible on the device.