Nokia works on its first phone with 5G and will be a mid-range

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It may not be the most popular brand today. But we can say without a doubt that Nokia is one of our favorite brands today. Its hardware and price may not be able to compete with brands such as Xiaomi. But in support, we are facing the best brand in the market, because it is the one that best updates its entire catalog and that is something worth mentioning. The last phones presented by the brand were Nokia 7.2 and 6.2, but now we know that it is working on a new model and that it will also have 5G connectivity.

Every time we see a new brand join this to launch phones with 5G connectivity. Even Google seems to intend to present a model next Tuesday. In this case, Nokia is the one that joins the 5G trend, but for the moment it ignores its high-end and will do so with a smartphone for the general public, with mid-range features and a design that we have not yet seen in the brand catalog

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The Nokia 8.2 5G will be chosen to release this technology

As we can read on Weibo, the phone chosen to release the 5G for the firm, will be the Nokia 8.2 5G. A terminal that as we can know by name, will belong to the mid-range. The first thing we want to mention, is that it will also be the first phone of the firm to arrive with a design “without frames” or “all screen”. That is, it will not have a notch, or a hole in the screen. Because its front camera will be housed in a pop-up.

Following the details of this Nokia 8.2 5G. in the back we will find four cameras. But honestly, we hope they are more versatile than those of the Nokia 9 PureView with its five sensors. That is, we would like to see a wide-angle, a telephoto, etc. But now perhaps the most surprising thing inside this terminal, we will not find a high-end processor. We are talking about the Qualcomm Snapdragon 735 5G. A processor that has not yet been presented and we have no more details about it yet.

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