Although the”return of Nokia “has already happened in the field of smartphones, there are still strong rumors that the brand should also be used again in the production of tablets. By all accounts, at least one of the new handsets using that name should bet on a generous 18.4-inch screen.
The device is expected to be the responsibility of FIH Mobile, a subsidiary of Foxconn. The alleged product specs have already appeared in the GFXBench database, showing a gadget with 2560×1440 pixel screen resolution and the FIH edition of the Android Nougat operating system .
Other expected features include 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage space, of which 52 GB are available to users(the rest is reserved for the system).The gadget should also feature two 12 megapixel sensor cameras, both capable of recording videos in 4K resolution-in this case, the rear lens has the advantage of having an autofocus system and an LED flash.
It is worth noting that so far there is no guarantee that a product with such features will actually be released under the Nokia brand. It also seems uncertain whether, like the Nokia 6, the gadget would be unique to China or whether there would be a possibility of it being made available on a global scale.
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