HMD Global, the company that owns the license to manufacture and sell Nokia-banded handsets, is soon expected to launch its first gaming series smartphones.
As per a report by NokiaPowerUser, the company is working on a new series — allegedly called Nokia G-series — and Nokia G10 is expected to be the first smartphone.
Even though the significance of the letter G has not been confirmed, it is being touted to stand for gaming.
In terms of specs, the Nokia G10 is expected to be powered by an octa-core processor, which is unspecified at the moment.
The device is said to house a 6.4-inch screen and come with a quad camera setup, where the primary sensor is a 48MP sensor.
Along with this, it is also being said that HMD Global may soon adopt a new naming scheme in 2021.
As per the tweet, Nokia will get rid of the “dot” in the name of the handsets.
More details on these two fronts are expected to be revealed soon.