Finnish smartphone brand HMD Global recently launched two affordable new X series phones with 5G connectivity and quad rear cameras. According to a new report from NokiaPowerUser, the company is working on another new X series phone to replace last year’s Nokia 8.3 5G and give the best Android phones in the mid-range segment a run for their money.
Per the publication, the upcoming device is likely to be marketed as the Nokia X50 and is going to come equipped with a penta-camera setup featuring a 108MP primary sensor. The high-resolution main sensor will apparently be joined by ultra-wide, macro, telephoto, and depth sensors with Zeiss optics and OZO Audio tech.
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The rest of the phone’s rumored specs are quite impressive as well. It is tipped to include a 6.5-inch “PureDisplay V4” with…