Nokia, once a giant in the mobile phone world, is pretty dead today. Limited to the Asian and the European markets, the company was bought by HMD a while back. Today, we only see low to medium range devices from them. The company’s mid-ranger is the Nokia 6.4 and there have been renders surfacing about the next generation of the device. According to this article from the Verge, Steve Hemmerstoffer from the Voice let these renders out to the world.
Now, looking over to the device and right off the bat, we see that it looks pretty much the same. This looks pretty similar to the Nokia 6.4 from 2019. Now, the screen looks the same as well. It has the teardrop selfie camera on the front of the device. The previous model had a 6.3-inch panel but this time around it could be bumped up to 6.45-inches. Additionally, on the back, we can see the circular camera module. This is just like the one found on the Nokia 6.2 as well. While the details of the sensors are not available, the designer claims that it may have Macro capabilities to it.
Finally, the back does not show the fingerprint scanner on it. This means that the company has decided to shift it. Either it could be an in-display one or on the power button. According to the article, the company has decided to embed it to the power button. Other details of the device are still unknown but we may find out more about it in the months to come. Reportedly, the company would be preparing to launch the device in April, this year.