Alleged Nokia Daredevil with 48MP camera spotted online

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HMD Global has been pretty successful in its promise of fast and timely software support, and the flagship users can now update their phones to keep it secure.

Well, talking about the features that will be brought to the new Nokia 5 series smartphone, the device is likely to get PureDisplay, OZO Audio and Zeiss Optics that were a part of the expensive offerings. The phone has a glass back and a rear fingerprint sensor. Even though the Nokia 9 PureView isn't offered by any United States carriers at the moment, anyone can buy one from numerous retailers in the country for as low as $650.

In addition to the 4:3 48MP f/1.8 primary camera, the rear array features a 4:3 12MP and 16:9 9MP camera, while the front selfie module features a 7MP sensor housed in a waterdrop notch. The most logical guess would be that this could be a telephoto lens. The alleged Nokia 5.2 is also said to be powered by Snapdragon 660 processor and offer a full HD+ resolution of 1080x2340 pixels and 410ppi. This suggests that the display size could be approximately 6.3-inch. Well, turns out it is actually an upcoming Nokia 5.2 based on a tweet that appeared from the Twitter handle Nokia anew.

The photos of the Nokia Daredevil were posted on Baidu, and according to TechJuice, the name has not been officially announced yet.

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There is no information available on the launch date of the smartphone.

The camera UI displays a wide-angle possibility, and this means that one of the three rear cameras will come with a wide-angle sensor.

For now, there is no official confirmation regarding the Nokia Daredevil and it is speculated to be the Nokia 5.2. Comparing this device with a current model of the mid-range segment of Nokia, such as the Nokia 7.1 that we analyzed in its day, we find more stylized lines and better-exploited spaces, thanks mainly to the inclusion of a smaller notch in the screen.

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