HMD Skyline Revives Iconic Nokia Lumia 920 Design

HMD Skyline Revives Iconic Nokia Lumia 920 Design

HMD Global, the company responsible for Nokia smartphones, appears to be tapping into nostalgia once again. Just last month, they reintroduced the 90s classic Nokia 3210 with modern updates. Now, it seems they’re doing it again with another device.

We've previously heard rumors about a device called the Skyline. Recently, the first renders for the HMD Skyline were shared on X by user @smashx_60.

Design and Display

The renders display a phone that echoes the Fabula design language initially seen with the Nokia N9. The bright yellow color scheme is particularly reminiscent of the iconic Nokia Lumia 920.

Though the design evokes memories, the specifications are quite contemporary. According to earlier reports, Skyline will feature a modern FHD+ OLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. The device is expected to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 7s Gen 2 SoC, a solid mid-range processor.

Camera and Battery

On the rear, the Skyline will boast a triple-camera setup, including a 108MP main sensor, an ultrawide lens, and a macro or depth sensor. For selfies, there will be a 32MP front-facing camera.

The phone will come equipped with a substantial 4,900mAh battery supporting 33W fast charging. Additionally, it will have an IP67 rating for dust and water resistance.

Features and Pricing

Modern features like an under-display fingerprint sensor and stereo speakers are also expected. The software will likely be covered by Android 14, the latest version of Google’s mobile OS.

The HMD Skyline is anticipated to be priced at €520 for the variant with 8GB RAM and 256GB storage, and it is expected to launch sometime in July.

HMD Skyline Revives Iconic Nokia Lumia 920 Design
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