Nokia will have a rather long year ahead, and Nokia 10 will be one of several Android smartphones that the Finnish company will launch in conjunction with HMD. And what equipment this is what the northern European giant is preparing.
In turn, the Nokia 10 has been referred to several times as a device that – given the number associated with it – will be a real flagship. However, it will not be like all others that competitors have on the market, not even HMD models 8 or 9.
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As in a time when the Lumia were very much appreciated, the 10 will follow in the footsteps of the Lumia 1020, which in turn was a derivation of the older 808 PureView.
The Nokia 10 will be a totally different Android smartphone from others!
This time, and unlike the two predecessors, the Nokia 10 will not only have a camera on the back of it. In fact, there will be five in total. Interestingly, contrary to what was thought, the company that has dominated the mobile phone market will not put the sensors in sight. At least, not all.
In fact, the terminal will have a module dedicated to your camera. This will hide three of the terminal's five chambers. But after all, why only two cameras in sight? Well, first of all, for mere aesthetic reasons.
Have one star of five cameras on a smartphone might not be the most elegant of its lens arrangements. On the other hand, because Nokia and HMD have managed – or will be able to say – mechanize the smartphone so that it automatically changes the "second lens" when shooting.
So whatever it is, taking into account the moment in question or the object / person you want to photograph, will help the main camera to get the best possible result.
Good thing. The smartphone world has long been demanding a successor, pass the phrase, from the Lumia 1020. And it will be beneficial for Android users to enjoy something like this.
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