The New Nokia 5.2 With Ring-like Designed Cameras Set for Sales Next Week

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HMD Global, (Nokia brand-licensee), has concluded plans, to launch the new Nokia 5.2, alongside other smartphones, in an event, on Sunday, February 23, 2020.

According to the leaked image, filtering across the internet, the new Nokia 5.2, will be different from other smartphones, in the sense that, it comes with Quad rear cameras, arranged in a ring and at the front, is the familiar Nokia design, with a waterdrop notch, at the top.

The leaked pictures of the smartphone were shared on Twitter, by Evan Blass, (@evleaks), and although, the real name of the Nokia 5.2 has not been revealed, Evan stated that, the smartphone images, go by a coded name, known as, ‘Captain America’.

The Nokia 5.2 smartphone camera, has been designed, in another way, going by the leaked pictures. It comes in a circular camera module, with a ring-like arrangement of lenses.

The module has, four rear cameras and a Dual-LED flash module, positioned at the centre and on the rear panel, there is, a curved profile, with a glossy finish.

The front of the smartphone has the familiar Nokia design, with a waterdrop notch and a thick chin, at the bottom.

It has, also, been revealed that, the smartphone comes with a pack 6GB of RAM, accompanied by 64GB of internal storage, but there are, also, plans to include more configurations.

For now, the actual price is unknown, but it has been estimated that it will cost, roughly, $180 USD and it might be released, tentatively, on March 4, 2020.

Having an idea, on how the market works, however, Nokia may choose, not to release the smartphone on the leaked date.

Sometimes, back in 2019, a smartphone, similar to the Nokia 5.2 was, also, leaked online, but it never went on sale on the leaked proposed date.

The smartphone was, purportedly, code-named ‘Nokia Daredevil’ and instead of four cameras, it had 3 and loaded, with the Snapdragon 665 SoC.

Featured Image: GSMArena

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