Although the launch is expected to take place officially at IFA 2019, HMD Global has just announced a rebranded Nokia 3.2 in partnership with operator Verizon Wireless. However, the company eventually changed the device name to Nokia 3 V.
HMD Global chief Juho Sarvikas tweeted the news about the launch of the device. However, the company did not mention some of the main specifications of the handset. Check out the tweet below:
Greetings from @verizon HQ here in Basking Ridge, NJ! Super excited to expand our portfolio in Verizon with the new Nokia 3 V! View more & do more with large screen and 2-day battery life. #nokiamobile pic.twitter.com/Gu3hqKQcgf
— Juho Sarvikas (@sarvikas) August 20, 2019
In the material provided to us, the company only highlights some basic points, such as the 6.26-inch HD screen. Attached is also an image that confirms the design of the phone, which has a waterdrop notch on its screen to house the front camera. According to the company, the device is also part of the Android One program.
Another point highlighted by Verizon is that the Nokia 3 V hits the market with Snapdragon 429 processor, which should work in conjunction with 2GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal storage. Nokia also points out that this is the first handset to include a notification LED on the power button.
In addition, the phone also features a dedicated Google Assistant button, packs a 4,000 mAh battery, and a single rear camera that uses AI features for scene recognition. However, the company did not specify the number of megapixels for the front and rear sensor.
Even so, these details can be revealed until Friday (23 August). This is because the device is officially sold on Verizon starting this week and its starting price is only $ 168. So lets for the official availability.