Nokia will soon be launching four new smartphones. Recently, popular tipster Evan Blass leaked the model numbers and renders of these four phones. He claims that the upcoming phones will come with Nokia N152DL, Nokia N151DL, Nokia N150DL, and Nokia N1530DL model numbers. Although the names and specifications of the phones have not been released yet, we have learned about the design and some features of the phones from the renderers. Two of the four phones have a completely new camera design. Let’s find out now what other information has come up about these phones.
The render of the Nokia N152DL implies that it will be an entry-level phone. The thick bezel around the phone is clear. It has a single camera in the middle of the top on the back panel. The Nokia N152DL model is expected to run on the Go version of Android 11 or 12. According to the render, it will have the Google Assist button.
The Nokia N152DL also has a selfie camera with an LED flash. It comes with a removable back cover with a micro USB port and a 3.5mm audio jack. Presumably, this model could be launched as Nokia’s C-Series (entry-level series) device.
The Nokia N151DL features a thick bezel at the bottom with a waterdrop notch display. The back of the phone has a circular single camera module. As this model does not have any fingerprint scanner, it is also considered an entry-level phone. Nokia has a 3.5mm audio jack.
Waterdrop notch display is also noticeable in this phone. However, the camera setup of this model has changed. Round camera modules can be seen in most of the Nokia mobiles that have come into the market recently. But the Nokia N150DL model has a triple camera setup in the rectangular area at the top left of the back panel. However, the renderers speculate that this phone does not have the Google Assistance key feature. For connectivity, there is a USB-C port and a 3.5mm audio jack.
The design is similar to the Nokia N1530DL and Nokia N150DL. This phone has a teardrop notch display, with a triple camera setup on the back panel. This device will probably have a glass back. The idea is that the phone will have a fingerprint scanner with a power button. There’s a Google Assist button, a USB-C port, and a 3.5mm audio jack.