HMD Global is reportedly planning to launch a smartphone beneath its personal model title for the primary time and a purported render of the handset has now surfaced on-line. Until now, the Finnish agency has been releasing smartphones beneath the Nokia model, however the design of the handset with a brand new HMD brand on the rear panel suggests this might quickly change. We now have a good thought of what the handset may seem like when it makes its debut.
91Mobiles has revealed a picture of HMD’s purported N159V smartphone, sourced from unnamed trade sources. The handset is proven in a black colourway with a twin rear digital camera module with an LED flash. The HMD brand is seen within the centre of the cellphone’s rear panel and there isn’t any different branding seen wherever on the handset.
While we nonetheless do not know what HMD plans to name its first handset with the mannequin quantity N159V, the leaked picture recommended that it’s going to arrive as a midrange cellphone. The cellphone appears like it is going to be geared up with a plastic rear panel and the ability and quantity buttons look like situated on the suitable facet of the handset.
HMD’s first smartphone is proven to sport a flat show within the leaked renders. The render of the smartphone additionally means that it is going to be geared up with a entrance going through digital camera for selfies and video chats that’s situated in a centre-aligned gap punch cutout on the prime of the display. The render doesn’t reveal whether or not the cellphone will probably be geared up with a 3.5mm audio jack on the prime or the underside of the cellphone.
This is not the primary time we have heard of the corporate’s plans to launch HMD-branded gadgets. Last September, HMD Global CEO Jean-Francois Baril introduced that the Finnish agency would quickly increase its product portfolio with telephones launched beneath the HMD model. The firm has been advertising Nokia-branded telephones globally since 2016.
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