A couple weeks ago, we covered that Nokia might be working on a successor to its Nokia 6 which was the first phone HMD Global launched after its comeback. Just after this, it looks like we have some additional information about the phone.
A listing on TENAAA was found recently which covered some interesting aspects of the phone, including its key specifications.
The phone will have a 5.5 inch TDT display with a full HD resolution and the traditional 16:9 display aspect ratio. This counters the earlier reports that Nokia will be moving to a bezel-less design. Aside from the display, the phone will be powered by an octa-core processor which will have four of its cores clocked at 1.9 GHz and the remaining cores at 2. GHz.
Rumors suggest that the SoC will be the Snapdragon 630, just like the Nokia 7 which was launched last year. In addition, the phone will come with 4GB of RAM and it will have two storage variants, 32 GB, and 64 GB. The phone will also support dual SIM setup and microSD expansion. The battery capacity in the listing is 3000 mAh.
Nokia 6 will probably come with Micro USB charging port which is odd considering all modern Android phones are now moving towards USB type C. It will also have support for Bluetooth, A-GPS, 4G LTE at all major bands and Wi-Fi. The listing did not cover any camera specs though.
Considering Nokia 6 was a decent phone in its own right and helped establish its brand for HMD, it will be interesting to see how the 2018 refresh works out for the company.