If you compare, the design this new image leaks - including the dual-camera hump - is inline with what we have already seen before.
As for specs, rumors so far have revealed the phone will sport a 5.50-inch AMOLED display (an 18:9 panel with QHD+ resolution). It will measure 140.9 x 72.9 x 7.5mm, although thickness would be 8.9mm if you take the camera hump into consideration.
Rumored price tag is €750, and availability is said to be set for early 2018.
Moving on, in another Nokia-related news, the Nokia 2 smartphone has been certified by regulators in Russia. Specifically, the Nokia 2 dual SIM TA-1029 has been approved for the market.
The low-end device is expected to launch in the month of November. No information on pricing yet.
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