It took a long time for HMD Global to send an update to the Nokia 5.1, but now the successor Nokia 5.2 is just around the corner. Even before the launch at the Mobile World Congress, the contemporary quad cam phone with some specs shows up as a hands-on leak, and prices are also available.
The Nokia 5.1 was presented for the first time in the summer of 2018, the successor, which will probably start at the MWC 2020 in late February as Nokia 5.2, is therefore actually overdue. Thanks to Evan Blass, we can now take a quick hands-on look at the new Nokia smartphones, which, in a very modern way, and comes with a quad cam in a round format.
The Nokia 5.2 price is expected to be $180 while the Nokia 2.3 has now available to pre-order at $129.99 in US. Except for the fact that 6GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage is installed, all information on the technical data is still missing. The Nokia 5.2 name has also not been confirmed, but it is probably the most likely name, but there are also rumors that HMD Global will jump to Nokia 5.3.