According to a report by NokiaPowerUser, Nokia could be planning to launch a G-Series smartphone. According to the source, this could be the Nokia G10 which previously leaked with the model number TA-1334. It is speculated that the G-Series will stand for gaming, but this is not confirmed.
Specifications of the smartphone are not known apart from the fact that it will feature a 6.4-inch display and a quad-camera setup at the back with the primary camera sporting a 48MP sensor. The smartphone is speculated to share features with the Nokia 5.4.
The smartphone has been certified in Thailand as well as by TUV Rheinland, so it is possible we could see some official announcement of the phone soon.
In other Nokia news, it looks like the brand is possibly reconsidering its naming convention for the devices. The information comes from Twitter user @baidunokibar who says that Nokia may remove the dot from its smartphone naming convention. Nokia has distinguished its new series from the previous year’s models by increasing the number after the “dot”. So the Nokia 5.4 for example is the successor to the Nokia 5.3. While this is a straightforward naming convention, it can get confusing for some.
In other Nokia news, the company recently launched the Nokia 3.4, 5.4 and Power Earbuds Lite in India priced at Rs 11,999, Rs 13,999 and Rs 3,599. The Nokia 3.4 made its debut globally back in September 2020 and was followed by the launch of Nokia 5.4 in December. You can learn more about the smartphones here.
The Nokia 5.4 competes directly with the Poco M3. If you are confused as to which is the right one for you, then you can check out our comparison here.