Latest 4G NOKIA Mobile WOLVERINE CODE-NAMED Found ON GEEKBENCH
Two new Nokia phones have turned up on two separate certification websites over the last two days. For sure, one of these is a smartphone, and the other is most definitely a mobile phone. Now there is also a Nokia smartphone with a "Wolverine" pseudonym (code name), which first appeared on Geekbench on June 18th.
On July 1st the device "HMD Global Wolverine" appeared again with an increased score on Geekbench. As revealed by the Geekbench, the device comes with 2 GB of RAM, powered by the MT6762 processor, or better, MediaTek Helio P22, and runs on Android 10.
The MediaTek Helio P22 is built on a 12 nm design, powered by the octa-core ARM Cortex-A53 CPU running up to 2,0GHz and the IMG PowerVR GE8320 GPU. It can accommodate a display with a resolution of up to 20:9 HD+ ratio (1600 x 720).
Nokia Mobile has launched Nokia 3.1 Plus (Global) and Helio P22-based Nokia C5 Endi (3 GB) so far. You can check the comparative study of "HMD Global Wolverine" and Nokia 3.1 Plus (2 GB) single-core and multicore scores below.
If we sum up the latest Nokia phones that have emerged over the last two days on the certification pages, so this is what we know about the models as of now:
1. Nokia TA-1277 and Nokia TA-1270 are the two different variants of a new 4G smartphone, which will come with a 4380 mAh battery and will probably fit-in a screen of about 6.5-inches. TA-1277 is the single SIM variant and probably an Americas (continent) specific variant. While TA-1270 is the dual SIM variant and probably a global variant.
2. Nokia TA-1258 is also a 4G Nokia phone and most probably a feature phone. It will come with a 5V 1A rated power adapter (charger).
3. “HMD Global Wolverine” is a 4G Nokia smartphone that will come with 2GB of RAM and will be powered by the MediaTek Helio P22 processor. The device might also have a 20:9 ratio HD+ display.
This is also conceivable that the Nokia TA-1277 and Nokia TA-1270 may be the two separate models of Nokia 's latest 4G handset, none other than the "HMD Global Wolverine." We'll have to wait a little bit longer to get a good view of the new devices, though.