Rumors have appeared about the successor to the Nokia 8.3 5G. The presumed Nokia X50 has five cameras on the back, among other things. Under the hood we will probably find a brand new processor.
Nokia X50 specifications: device for the middle segment
The presumed Nokia X50 specifications have been put online by the reliable NokiaPowerUser website. Do not expect a high-end device with the latest and most powerful processor. There is talk of the Snapdragon 775 chip from Qualcomm, the successor to the current 765G chip.
We see this in the Nokia 8.3 5G and OnePlus Nord, among others, it delivers excellent performance and also has 5G support on board. Much is not yet known about the 775 processor, but we do expect the announcement and more details soon.
Five cameras on the back
In addition to the new processor, the device will probably also have five cameras on the back, just like the Nokia 9 PureView (image header). Not all details are known, but the website mentions, among other things, a 108-megapixel camera. There is also an ultra-wide-angle lens available for snapshots of, for example, landscapes, architecture or a group of people.
Nokia 8.3 5G
In addition, there is talk of a depth, macro and telephoto sensor. This allows you to take portrait photos with a blurred background, close-up snapshots and zooming. There has been cooperation with lens manufacturer Zeiss, just like with the Nokia 8.3 5G, which should ensure better photos.
“Other specifications Nokia X50” and release
The screen would have a diameter of 6.5 inches and a high HD resolution. The maximum refresh rate is 120Hz, so it refreshes 120 times every second. That ensures a smooth experience while scrolling through social media or playing an optimized game.
Finally, the device will probably have a 6000 mAh battery. Charging could be done with a maximum of 22 Watt, which already falls under fast charging. The question is also whether the device supports wireless charging. When we will see the device exactly is still the question. Nokia would like to release the device in the third quarter of 2021.