A few days back, news broke out that HMD Global will be releasing a new smartphone called Nokia G10. This handset is expected to be the first model in the Nokia G series. The said phone has been now spotted on Malaysia’s SIRIM certification bureau.
HMD Global, the brand licensee of Nokia feature phones and smartphones has been releasing unimpressive products lately. Above all, the company has now become way slower in updating its lineup to the latest version of Android. For those unaware, it was the brand’s only major plus point.
But an interesting report recently revealed that the firm will be launching a new handset called Nokia G10 with model number TA-1334. The report suggested it to be a gaming smartphone. However, another leak tipped that HMD Global will be using new branding for its upcoming smartphones, just like the Lenovo-owned Motorola’s new Moto G lineup
Hence, the Nokia G10 could be the first-Nokia branded smartphone under HMD Global with the new branding. Unfortunately, not much is known about this phone except for the fact that it could feature a 6.4-inch display, an octa-core processor, and a 48MP quad-camera setup.
Lastly, since the Nokia G10 (TA-1334) has been certified in Malaysia and Thailand (earlier) by SIRIM and TÜV Rheinland, we can expect this handset to launch in these markets.
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