HMD Global's Nokia is planning to release soon its new gaming smartphone series called Nokia G10, the first smartphone in a Nokia G-series. The G10 has been already featured in a few reports after getting several certifications in Malaysia and Indonesia. Which indicates that the phone is near to its revealing. According to reports, the Nokia G10 could be possibly a whole new addition to its premium smartphones lineup and would be sold as a gaming device. The phone's model number, TA-1334 has previously been certified in Germany and Asian countries like Thailand, Russia.
Nokia G10 also has other model names, including TA-1338, TA-1346, and TA-1351. The phone is reportedly powered by an octa-core chip, a 6.4" screen, and a 48MP quad-camera system. The exact battery details are unclear, but the G10 charges over a standard 10W. Although we don't know anything about its release date, the phone is recently listed on a Russian E-commerce website.
The leaks suggest that the phone will be using a super-fast processor available in the market but no name has been specified yet. A few leaks suggest that the phone will be powered by Snapdragon 775 but this hasn't been confirmed yet. Nokia G10 smartphone has an IPS LCD display. The screen has a resolution of 720 x 1560 Pixels and 269 PPI pixel density. It has an aspect ratio of 19.5:9 and a screen-to-body ratio.
According to the listing on the Russian website, the phone will feature a quad-camera system on the rear side of the device including a 48MP primary camera sensor. Some reports suggest that it will have a 108MP primary snapper. There isn't any word on the remaining three camera sensors but it is assumed to expect an ultra-wide camera, a macro camera sensor, and a depth camera sensor.
Nokia G10 offers an internal memory of 4GB along with 64GB of internal storage. The device will be available in blue color. The phone will be powered by a massive 5,000mAh battery. Nokia G10 smartphone runs on the Android v10 (Q) operating system. The phone is powered by Octa-core (2 GHz, Quad-core, Kryo 260 + 1.8 GHz, Quad-core, Kryo 260) processor.
Motorola announced Moto G9 Play a few months ago and now the company is ready to release a follow-up device. The renders of the expected upcoming phone are going to arrive as the Moto G10 Play shows that company is changing the front design despite the phone being a successor of G9 play while leaving the rear's design as it is.
The renders are shared by a reputable leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer from OnLeaks. He uploaded the renders along with some details on Voice. He specifically mentioned that he didn't confirm the official name of the device but its model number is XT-2117, so we take the phone being Moto G10 play as an assumption.
The device has a punch hole at the top-left corner of the display, unlike the Moto G9 play that has a water drop notch. The screen is a flat 6.5-inch display panel with moderate bezels around it. There is a squircle camera design on the rear side of the phone that is centered and features three camera sensors and an LED flash sitting below the setup is the Motorola logo.
The company has placed the fingerprint scanner on the rear side of the phone. Motorola has decided to move the scanner to the side on this new device where it is imposed under a recessed power button. There is a button above the power button to control the volume functionality, a USB-C port, and a power grille at the bottom with an audio jack at the top. The phone has been certified by the FCC and a TÜV Rheinland certification says that it is powered by a 4850mAh battery. According to various reports, the phone should arrive in a few weeks. If it is indeed the Moto G10 play, we have a successor of G9 in just two months.