The Nokia X71 is scheduled for an April 2 launch - Triple rear cameras, 48 MP, punch-hole
HMD Global has confirmed that it will launch its next device, the egregiously-named Nokia X71, on April 2, at an event in Taiwan. The X71 will be positioned directly below the Nokia 9 Pureview and will feature a punch-hole display and, perhaps, a triple rear camera setup with one of the sensors being a 48 MP unit.
HMD Global has confirmed the imminent launch of its next device at an event in Taiwan. The phone, apparently styled as the Nokia X71, will be a sub-premium phone that slots in just beneath the new Nokia 9 PureView in the company’s pecking order of smartphones.
According to reports, the X71 features a triple rear camera setup. The company has confirmed that one of the cameras will be a 48 MP sensor. We’re not sure if that’s the Samsung GM1 or the Sony IMX586, though. We expect it to be the latter. That 48 MP will be joined by a 120-degree wide-angle lens. Since there’s no mention of the third camera, it could be a generic depth sensor.
The X71 will feature a punch-hole selfie camera, like the Honor View 20 and Samsung Galaxy S10 phones. It’s unknown what kind of hardware it’ll have but considering its likely positioning in the company’s lineup, we’d be surprised if it didn’t feature either the Snapdragon 710 or Snapdragon 712.
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