Nokia may make major changes in its strategy in the mobile market and bet on a gamer cell line. According to a rumor shared on Twitter, HMD Global will launch new smartphones from the Finnish brand with a different naming scheme, which should debut with game-oriented models.
Currently, the brand’s mobile phones have names that include two digits and a decimal point, as with PureView 9.3. With the new strategy, the devices would be identified with a letter, which marks the series of the device, and also a number.
Among the series of devices planned for 2021, one of the highlights will be the line of gamer cell phones, which supposedly will have the letter G for identification. According to rumors, the company already has a smartphone to start the new venture aimed at the games market.
The Gizchina points out that the first Nokia mobile gamer line will feature a 6.4-inch screen, eight-core processor, and quad main camera sensor of 48 MP. It is worth mentioning that the Nokia 5.4 arrived on the market with the Snapdragon 662 and was priced at US $230. Therefore, the new device may focus on cost-effectiveness and bring some improvements to games.
HMD Global has not officially commented on the matter and the Nokia G10 has not yet been confirmed by the manufacturer. However, the smartphone has already appeared in some certifications, indicating that its launch may be near.