Two upcoming HMD smartphones have been spotted on Geekbench.
According to Geekbench listings, the smartphones are equipped with an octa-core chipset paired with a Mali-G57 GPU,
The smartphones are expected to run on Android 14 out-of-the-box.
HMD (Human Mobile Devices), recognised for making iconic Nokia phones, is set to unveil several smartphones under its independent brand this year. Following the rebranding of the Nokia website to HMD, the company gave a subtle hint of its imminent phone releases. Now, two of the upcoming HMD devices have made their appearance on Geekbench.
The two listings on Geekbench 6 are labelled as HMD Global Legend and HMD Global LegendPro, reports 91mobiles.
According to the listings, the smartphones are equipped with an octa-core chipset paired with a Mali-G57 GPU, boasting a maximum clock speed of 1.61GHz. This is alleged to be the Unisoc T606 chipset.
The HMD Global Legend achieved 379 points in the single-core test and 1,370 points in the multi-core test. On the other hand, the HMD Global LegendPro scored 373 points in the single-core test and 1,384 points in the multi-core test.
The Geekbench listings revealed that these upcoming HMD smartphones are expected to run on Android 14 out-of-the-box.
The HMD Legend might pack up to 4GB RAM, while the LegendPro will likely come with memory up to 8GB.
Although specifics regarding the upcoming HMD phones remain scarce, there are indications that they could bear resemblance to the old Nokia Lumia series, if the redesigning of the former Nokia website is anything to go by.
Recently, HMD teased three smartphones in bright colours, including shades of blue, green, and pink. It is speculated that two of these phones could be the HMD Legend and LegendPro, as they are likely to be among the initial smartphones to be launched.
Earlier, a leaked render of one of HMD’s initial phones surfaced online. Based on the image, the phone appeared to be a lower mid-range model featuring a plastic, matte back. Subsequently, another leak hinted that the smartphone (or another from the first batch) might boast a 108MP OIS camera.