While rumours of the Nokia 1 and the Nokia 7 Plus launching at MWC 2018 are gathering pace, a new report now states that HMD Global's plans could well include the Nokia 4 as well.
While not much was known about the Nokia 4 so far, a report by NokiaPowerUser reveals that the smartphone will likely be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 450 SoC. The report also says that the smartphone will in all likelihood be unveiled at MWC alongside the Nokia 7 Plus and the Nokia 1.
This, however, is not the first time that we have heard about the Nokia 4. A teardown of the Nokia Camera APK earlier this year had revealed its name, though there has not been any information about the device ever since. The Nokia 4 is expected to be Nokia's new mid-range smartphone offering, with claims that it may replace its current Nokia 3 smartphone. The Nokia 4 would be a welcome replacement for the Nokia 3 since it packs a much more capable chipset than the MediaTek chipset on the 3.
Based on a report from earlier today, the Nokia 7 Plus, which will likely be unveiled at MWC, will sport an 18:9 display with a design that features slim bezels and rounded corners. Both the Nokia 7 Plus and the Nokia 1, which would be HMD Global's new entry-level smartphone will be powered by Google's Android One platform.