Alleged Nokia 10 renders have appeared that showcase a full screen display and a dual cameras on both the front and the back of the smartphone. This report comes right after the rumor that Nokia is working on a penta-lens camera.
The renders reveals lot about the design of the Nokia 10. The front sports a full screen display with an expected aspect ratio of 18:9. The bezels are surprisingly thin, with no physical or capacitive buttons. The top bezel houses the dual cameras along with an array of sensors. The back sports a vertically aligned dual camera setup that is enclosed in a circle. Do note that the cameras are Zeiss certified. This has always given Nokia an edge over other smartphones when it comes to optics on their cameras.
The fingerprint scanner sits right below the cameras. The only physical buttons visible on the phone are the power and the volume controls, which sit on the right side of the frame. The phone’s camera setup is reminiscent of the Lumia 1020 design, a brand of phones that Nokia left behind a long time back. The Lumia series were famous for their cameras and not so famous for the windows experience. This time, nokia seems to be taking the best of the best, Android and Zeiss to bring on the table a stellar device. Would they succeed? Only time will tell!