Nokia phones appeared on fresh leaked images
Early last week we got some Android powered Nokia smartphone photos leaked, which was an apparent prototype of an in-development handset. If you will see closely there nothing more was revealed there at that time but now we have some more fresh pics of a similar model and a new Nokia phone.
Far more than we were able to last time, we’re now able to gauge the handset’s thickness – and it looks substantial. That physical keypad appears to still be in place, and we get a better look at the top-center key there, which looks like it will work as a four-way rocker. This sure screams “feature phone” to our ears, but we’ve got precious little evidence for what software this model might actually run.
It appears this may be a dual-SIM model, and we hear about a possible model number: the Nokia 235. There’s also the chance we’re looking at later-stage hardware this time around, as the phone is devoid of the prototype markings present in that previous leak.
Finally, we’re just a bit curious about the model being used for comparison here; we’ve heard it identified as the Nokia XL, but that doesn’t seem quite right, as the flash and speaker grille aren’t in the right places, and that capacitive “home” button up front has left us scratching our head. We’d love to get to the bottom of all these mysteries, but that’s going to require some additional leaks.
It is also interesting to note that the newly pictured phone seems to be a different unit, as it lacks the prototype marking of the first one. This does add a bit to the authenticity of the leak and could mean that the device in question is really one of the three new Nokia smartphones, allegedly heading towards a release this year.
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