Nokia 10 rumours surface as leaked internal document reveals HMD Global’s future plans
According to the leaked document, HMD Global aims to be one of the top smartphone companies in the next three to five years. Its top focus markets also include India. Here’s what we know so far.
HMD Global has long been rumoured to be working on a premium Nokia 9.3 PureView. As of now, there is no official launch date for the phone. A new report claims HMD Global is working on another premium smartphone, dubbed as Nokia 10. It is not clear whether Nokia 10 will replace Nokia 9.3 PureView as the new flagship or will be a new handset altogether. Nonetheless, nomenclature indicates it will be a premium handset.
Interestingly enough, this is not the first time we have heard about the Nokia 10. According to older reports, Nokia 10 will come with high-end specifications and features such as 5G, 90Hz display, penta-camera setup, and flagship processor.
According to Nokimob, which claims to have accessed an internal document from Nokia, says HMD Global aims to become one of the top three smartphone companies in the world in the next three to five years.
The document reveals the company is focusing on pushing Google's technology and services. The push is quite understandable considering the $230 million funding HMD Global received from Google in August this year. According to the document, HMD Global acknowledges that Google provides 95% of its innovation and it should strive to become Google's preferred and best partner.
HMD Global also appears to have finalised its key markets where it wants to double down in new feature. These markets include India, China, Russia, Indonesia, UK, Germany, South Africa, Mexico and the US.
“The document also has a section prohibiting commenting on rumours about Nokia 10. “Nokia 10” is the only mentioned device in that regard in the doc, which leads me to believe the phone is real. Will the Nokia 9 PureView successor be called Nokia 10 instead of Nokia 9.3? Maybe the Nokia 10 will be the ultimate Nokia flagship we all have been waiting for? Time will tell,” says Nokiamob in its report.