Unannounced Nokia smartphone codenamed Quicksilver runs Android 11

Unannounced Nokia smartphone codenamed Quicksilver runs Android 11
There haven't been any Nokia-related announcements this year, but the Finnish company responsible for the smartphone brand is expected to debut a number of new devices in Q1 2021. We've already talked about HMD's upcoming Nokia 1.4, probably the first Nokia 1 series smartphone to feature a fingerprint sensor, so let's take a look at one of the other unannounced devices the Finnish company plans to introduces soon.

Codenamed Quicksilver, the upcoming smartphone recently popped up at Geekbench (via MySmartPrice), which means we know some of its specs. For example, we know for sure that the Nokia Quicksilver will run Android 11 right out of the box. Also, the smartphone packs 6GB RAM and an octa-core processor.

There are a lot of other important aspects about the phone that we have yet to uncover: the chipset it uses, the amount of storage inside, as well as the camera setup. We also don't know what display Nokia Quicksilver will feature, although it's probably going to be a large one (6+ inch).

Rumor has it that Nokia Quicksilver might be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 480 5G chipset, which would make it a very appealing, budget-friendly 5G Android smartphone. Since Quicksilver is just a nickname by which the device is known internally, it remains to be seen what market name HMD will use for this specific phone, so stay tuned for more on this one.

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