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Leak: Is HMD reviving Nokia Lumia?

Reports say HMD is in the process of bringing back a replica of the iconic Nokia Lumia Series
Is HMD reviving Nokia Lumia?
Photo from @MukulSharma

Nokia Lumia but with Android?

According to Chinese media, the Nokia Lumia is about to make a comeback, but with a new form.

It was reported that HMD Global, which is behind Nokia’s latest ventures, is developing a replica of the said phone. It is also expected to have the classic “Fabula” design.

The replica is seen to feature an FHD+ 120Hz AMOLED screen, 2.4GHz 4nmSnapdragon 7s Gen 2 chip but the memory configurations are still unknown.

In terms of battery, it is expected to have a 4,900mAh capacity and will support 33W wired charging.

It is also reported to feature a 108MP+2MP rear camera configuration and a 32MP front camera.
The previous Lumia 950 and 950 XL
The previous Lumia 950 and 950 XL

This Lumia phone will support Bluetooth 5.2 and NFC, and have dual speakers, supporting OZO audio technology and PureView technology while it is said to feature an Android 14 OS.

According to GizChina, this latest move from HMD Global aligns with its recent efforts to take advantage of the nostalgia and loyalty associated with Nokia’s iconic devices.

It previously rebranded its iconic Nokia 3310 first released in the 2000s. Launched in 2017, the new version kept the phone’s durability and long battery life but added new features like a colored display, and a camera.

The Nokia 8810 was also upgraded in 2018 with its 4G connectivity feature and app support.

Do note the information regarding Lumia's comeback is all leaks only. Let's wait for an official announcement. 

What do you guys think?

Sources: ITHomeVia: GizChina, @MukulSharma

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