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#LeakPeek: Nokia 5.2 will come with quad rear camera

The first intriguing piece of information here is that the phone has the code-name "Captain America", likely named after the Marvel character of the same name.

The hardware details of the Nokia 5.2 are pretty scarce as of now. The device has 6GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. As per the rumour mill, the Nokia 5.2 will be among the new phones that will break cover later this month.

The low-end Nokia 2.3 smartphone is set to go on sale in the United States this week, but it looks as though HMD Global's next budget handset just leaked ahead of MWC 2020. Going by word on the grapevine, the Nokia 5.2 will sport 6 GB of RAM and 64 GB of RAM, and is billed to go on sale on March 4 with an MSRP of US$180.

On the alleged Nokia 5.2's back, we can see that it features a quad camera setup housed in a circular island with an LED flash module located in the center.

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According to the leaked images, the Nokia 5.2 will look nearly identical to the Nokia 6.2 with a waterdrop notched screen, prominent bottom bezel, and a glass body.

From the images, the phone appears to feature a large display with a slightly thick chin and a waterdrop notch. It also doesn't look like a huge phone compared to the hand holding it.

Popular leakster Evan Blass has shared a couple of images of Nokia Captain America, which might be the Nokia 5.2.

We don't know the rest of the specs just yet, but we'd expect it to have a mid-range Qualcomm Snapdragon or Mediatek Helio chipset, fairly solid battery life, and okay cameras, all of which is based on our previous experience with mid-range Nokia phones.



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