HMD Global is working on a low-end Nokia 5.4 with a 6.39-inch “leaky” screen, Qualcomm chip and two colors

According to Nokia Power Users, HMD Global is currently working on a new budget Nokia 5.4 smartphone.

What is known

The device will be the successor Nokia 5.3 and it will be unveiled alongside the Nokia 7.3 5G next month. Unless, of course, the announcement was postponed, as happened with the flagship Nokia 9.3 PureView.

According to the source, Nokia 5.3 will be similar to Nokia 3.4. That is, the novelty will receive a display with a hole in the left corner for the front camera. The panel diagonal will be 6.39-inches. The device is also credited with 4 GB of RAM, 64/128 GB of ROM, a processor more powerful than Qualcomm Snapdragon 665, a main camera with four modules and an 18-watt charger.

The smartphone should enter the market with a clean version of the Android OS and in two colors: blue and green.

Recall that a line of smart TVs under the Nokia brand debuted in Europe recently.

Source: NPU

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