First Glimpse at HMD Global's Branded Smartphone Revealed in Leaked Renders

First Glimpse at HMD Global’s Branded Smartphone Revealed in Leaked Renders

HMD Global's First Own-Branded Phone Leaked in Renders

HMD Global, the owner of the Nokia brand for smartphones, is set to launch its own-branded devices as their contract with Nokia expires in 2025. Recent reports suggest that the company is going through significant changes, and now, the first phone from HMD Global has surfaced in leaked renders, giving us a glimpse of its design and features.

Budget-Friendly Design

Based on the leaked render, the HMD Global-branded phone appears to be a budget smartphone. It showcases a simple design with a rectangular camera module on the back panel. The module houses two sensors and an LED flash unit. Additionally, the rear panel features the HMD branding at the center. The device comes with a slightly flat frame, with power and volume rocker buttons located on the right edge, and the SIM tray placed on the left side.

Center-Aligned Punch-Hole Display

Moving to the front, the HMD Global-branded phone sports a center-aligned punch-hole cutout display. The leaked render showcases the device in a Black color option with a matte finish. Unfortunately, no further details about the smartphone have been revealed in the report.

Speculation on Key Specifications

Last November, two HMD Global phones with model numbers N159V and TA-1585 were spotted on the IMEI database. It is possible that one of these devices is the phone seen in the leaked render. However, the key specifications of these phones still remain a mystery. Rumors suggest that HMD Global is planning to launch its own branded phones in India as early as April, so more details are expected to surface in the coming months.

As HMD Global ventures into launching its own-branded smartphones, it will be interesting to see how the company positions itself in the competitive market and what unique features it brings to the table.

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