A well-known tech publication, NokiaPowerUser, has published a new report revealing the specifications of an allegedly upcoming smartphone from Nokia – the Nokia 1.3. According to the publication, the Nokia 1.3 will come as a successor to the Nokia 1 Plus, which was launched back in March. And Nokia will most probably unveil the Nokia 1.3 during the MWC 2020 event.
Anyway, the report claims that the Nokia 1.3 will have a 6-inch display, which is a huge bump from Nokia 1 Plus’ 5.45-inch screen. When it comes to processing power, NPU says that the phone will pack a MediaTek chipset. And it makes sense since Nokia 1.3 will be an entry-level smartphone, and devices in that price range usually have MediaTek SoCs due to their low cost.
Paired to the SoC is said to be 1GB of RAM and 16GB of storage. There will also be a microSD card slot on board, says the publication. According to the report, the battery will be a 4000mAh unit. And it will most probably feature 10W charging. Last but not the least, NPU claims that the smartphone might launch in two color variants – Charcoal and Cyan.
Although there are no concrete details regarding the camera of the Nokia 1.3, the publication does suggest that it might carry over the same, 8MP rear and 5MP front, cameras from the Nokia 1 Plus. It also says that the Nokia 1.3 will carry over the design language from its predecessor, which means the smartphone will have thick bezels around its screen.
Apart from the Nokia 1.3, the brand is expected to launch a bunch of other smartphones at the MWC 2020 event, including the Nokia 400, Nokia 5.2, and Nokia 8.2. The current lineup of smartphones from Nokia don’t offer features as good as that from brands like Xiaomi, Realme, and Asus. Hopefully, that won’t be the case with Nokia’s upcoming handsets.