Sony rumoured to be working on an octa-camera smartphone.
The Nokia 3.2 and Nokia 4.2 were launched in India for Rs 10,199 and Rs 12,999 respectively.
The protruding camera unit would come with the two sensors stacked vertically in the centre with LED flash below them.
Nokia is also offering a one-time screen replacement and a gift-card of Rs 4,000 with the coupon code ‘MATCHDAYS’ that can be applied on the Nokia e-store.
At the sides, apart from the power and volume buttons, Nokia 2.2 gets a dedicated Google Assistant button.
Nokia 6.2 is the company's first smartphone with a punch-hole display.
The smartphone goes on sale starting May 23 and would be available in two variants of 2GB + 16GB and 3GB + 32GB storage.
The price cut is on account of the ‘Nokia Mobile Fan Festival’ which would last till May 13 on the Nokia Online Store and continue till May 18 through various offline retail channels.
Apart from the Nokia 9 PureView, Nokia 3.2 has also received the certification.
The Nokia 3.2 which was also previous listed on the website, has not been launched in India as yet.
Nokia has confirmed the launch of a smartphone with an LED power button on May 7.
Nokia 3.2 and Nokia 4.2’s India listing does not mention the price or date of release.
It is now readying for a new cycle of network upgrades as operators have started to invest in 5G equipment.
The smartphone which was launched last year for Rs 19,999 now retails for Rs 17,999 across online and offline stores in India.
The Nokia X71 is the company’s first smartphone to feature a punch-hole display
A significant change on the front is the shift to a punch-hole display from the wider notch which has been seen on previous Nokia devices.
According to the invite published by HMD, the handset in question is the new Nokia X71 and will likely be a successor to the Nokia 8.1.
The Norwegian broadcaster NRK published claims that data from Nokia's 7 Plus mobile phones, including location information and serial numbers, has been sent to servers of the state-owned company China Telecom.
In the statement, Nokia said once deployed in 15 circles, its solution will enable Airtel to provide new services, including in areas like Voice-over LTE (VoLTE) and Mobile Edge Computing (MEC).
The company's CEO Rajeev Suri said that after leading markets like the US, South Korea, China, emerging markets including India, Latin America, and certain developed markets will see roll out of the next generation technology by 2021, where million of trade secrets will flow on the network; and security will be a top priority for businesses.
The company launched five phones targeting every segment, from budget to premium.
This trial is part of Bharti Airtel's strategy to make its network future ready to meet the growing demand for high speed data in India.
Here is everything that is expected to be launched during the MWC 2019.
"The planned changes are indispensable to secure Nokia's long-term competitiveness," head of the company's Finnish operations, Tommi Uitto, said in a statement.
A one-minute video reveals the upcoming flagship smartphone will come with a glass back on a metal frame design.