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Nokia 5.2 alleged hands-on images, price and release date leaked

03 February 2020 0


HMD Global has many new phones to launch at its scheduled Mobile World Congress event on February 23, among which one is said to be the Nokia 5.2. But, not much is known about the device, however, thanks to the very reliable Evan Blass, we now may know how the alleged Nokia 5.2 looks like and what specs it could include.

Evan has cited a tipster while sharing the hands-on image and a couple of specifications of the Nokia 5.2. The codename of the device is said to be Captain America and according to the tip, it could get released on March 4th at $180. Also, it may feature 6GB RAM and 64GB storage, compared to what was assumed before.

Talking about the alleged Nokia 5.2 appearance, the back of the phone shows four cameras arranged in a circular module, though the arrangement is a bit different. The LED flash has been placed inside, surrounded by all the four cameras, like in a ring. The circular-shaped fingerprint scanner is placed below to this weird camera arrangement.

These two images showing the front and back of the Nokia Captain America, probably Nokia 5.2 looks a bit uncanny. These images look like the cutouts, taken from somewhere. These could be true as well, but let’s just take them with a grain of salt for now, and wait for more insights to come before the actual launch.


The media invites for the pre-MWC event called UTOPIA126 have already been sent and we look forward to learning more about the same.


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