Nokia is prepping up for the launch of new smartphone on July 27th. The company is expected to launch the Nokia XR20 smartphone on July 27th. Ahead of the official launch, we have been seeing new details of this upcoming handset since the last few weeks. The device had appeared on the Geekbench benchmark platform last month. Now, in a recent development, the Nokia XR20 renders is leaked on the Nokia Community forum, which showcases the device’s rear-side design ahead of the official debut.
As per fresh information from a report by LoveNokia, what looks like an inadvertently banner image of the Nokia XR20 has been spotted on the Nokia Community Forum. The image seems to no longer be available on the forum and it has been replaced by a previous teaser.
Nokia XR20 renders revealed the design
Going by the leaked image, the Nokia XR20 has seen to sport a rugged design with water droplets, hinting that it will arrive with an IP68 rating. It is believed to come as a new variant of the existing Nokia X20 phone.
In terms of design, the upcoming Nokia XR20 is seen to sport a squarish camera module at the rear to house the dual-camera setup. The camera module js seen to sport the ZEISS branding and a pair of LED flash units. At the bottom, it appears to flaunt a microphone, a USB Type-C port, an audio jack and a speaker grille.
As far as the specifications of the Nokia XR20, the phone is supposed to sport a 6.67-inch IPS LCD display that might have a FHD+ resolution and an aspect ratio of 20:9. As per the preliminary Geekbench results, under the hood, the XR20 is said to make use of Snapdragon 480 SoC. The phone might ship with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. We can expect the handset to run Android 11 out of the box.
As for the optics, the smartphone might feature a 48MP primary main camera and a 13MP ultra-wide-angle lens at the backside. For selfies and video-calling, the handset might sport an 8MP camera. The whole package is supposed to draw power from a 4630mAh battery which might offer fast charging support. As the launch of the phone inches closer, we might get to learn more details about it.