We saw a render of the Nokia 3.4 last month, which was based on the real thing and revealed the design of the smartphone. Now an official-looking press render of the Nokia 3.4 has been posted on Twitter by leakster Evan Blass, which corroborates the design shown by the previous image.
The smartphone is blue in color, and you can see there's a fingerprint reader on the back of the phone, above which is a circular camera module housing three cameras and an LED flash.
The Nokia 3.4 has the power button and volume rocker on its right side, with what's likely the dedicated Google Assistant button placed on the left frame. Upon closer inspection, you can also notice the 3.5mm headphone jack located at the top.
The image doesn't show us the fascia of the Nokia 3.4, but if the previous leak is to be believed, the smartphone will pack a punch hole display, which is said to have HD+ resolution and a diagonal of 6.5". You can head this way to check out the rest of the leaked specs of the Nokia 3.4.
The Nokia 3.4 was expected to make its debut at the recently concluded IFA 2020, but that didn't happen. However, now that an official-looking render has surfaced, it shouldn't be too long before the Nokia 3.4 is announced.
You are right. More and more users now want 5 inch phone with even normal configuration or good configuration but companies are imposing big screen phones.
You can talking about it to them again and again next year 7" gonna by standard people needs to have fingers long like ET way they make from as alliens
There is a market for people who want 5inch pocketable phones with big 4000 mAh battery & something SD 6xx or 7xx cpu costing under 200 euro but there is none in the market. (One eack front andback camera is sufficient) There is only that iphone ...