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HMD Skyline brings back the distinctive design of Nokia Lumia mobile phones

HMD Skyline brings back the distinctive design of Nokia Lumia mobile phones

If you're a fan of the designs of Nokia Lumia mobile phones, we have good news: HMD Global is reportedly working on a device that looks similar to these Windows smartphones. The phone runs under the HMD Skyline name, at least as far as we know, and a recent test result confirmed the chipset it will debut with.

Although Android devices are the focus of our admiration and attention, it cannot be denied that Windows mobile phones have been a highlight of the smartphone world. On the whole, it's a shame for them. The distinctive design of Lumia devices has made many of us feel our hearts flutter. HMD Skyline will bring back this design, offering mid-range features in addition to familiar faces.

The phone was recently benchmarked in synthetic benchmark app Geekbench, which confirmed that the phone is powered by the Snapdragon 7s Gen 2 chipset.

The motherboard of a smartphone is Cat It has the code name, which confirms that it is Skyline. However, it is not at all certain that this will be the final name of the phone when it goes on sale. The tested prototype ran Android 14 and had 8GB of RAM as listed on Geekbench.

The design of the device was dropped due to a previous leak, where it was revealed that the package equipped with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage will cost 460 euros, which is approximately 182,000 Hungarian forints. The device, reminiscent of Lumia mobile phones, will be equipped with a 120 Hz OLED display with Full HD+ resolution, and a triple-camera photo recording system will be placed on the back. This camera array will consist of a 108MP primary camera, an 8MP (possibly ultra-wide) camera, and a 2MP unit (either a macro or depth sensor).

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The front camera will be 32 megapixels. The device's hardware is powered by a 4,900 mAh battery that supports 33W charging. The outer cover of the smartphone will meet IP67 certification requirements, which means it will be water and dust resistant.

HMD is working on additional models behind the scenes. One is codenamed Nighthawk. It will be a cheaper €300 phone with a Snapdragon 4 Gen 2 chip inside, but a 108MP primary camera will also be placed on the back. Then there's the HMD Atlas, also equipped with a Snapdragon 4 Gen 2 chip, but with a more modest 48-megapixel primary shooter.

source: GSMArena

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