HMD Global produces a fairly extensive range of smartphones, which, however, do not really stand out from the competition. Nevertheless, the company is constantly developing new models of devices under the Nokia brand and, apparently, plans to expand the range of 5G devices in 2021. One of these has been spotted in the popular Geekbench benchmark database.
The upcoming device is being codenamed HMD Global Quicksilver. According to Geekbench, the phone will be built around the recently announced 5G chip for Qualcomm’s affordable Snapdragon 480 smartphones, paired with 6GB of RAM. The device will receive the current version of Android 11 out of the box. In Geekbench, Quicksilver scored 468 points in a single-core test and 1457 points in a multi-core test. This is all that is now known about the phone.
The marketing name of the smartphone remains a mystery, but there are speculations that it will be named Nokia 6.3, 6.4 or 6.5. Recall that there are already two smartphones on the market based on the new available 5G chipset Snapdragon 480. These are Vivo Y31s and OPPO A93 5G.
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