HMD Global is having a busy year with multiple launches across the globe, and now the company said to be working on a new high-end flagship Nokia smartphone. According to reports, the phone dubbed to be called The Nokia A1 Plus. It is expected to powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845. More surprisingly, the device also features an in-display fingerprint sensor, which will make it the first Nokia phone with this feature.
According to a report by foreign media WinFuture, HMD Global is said to be working with its hardware supplier and manufacturing partner Foxconn on a new flagship. The phone will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 with eight-cores clocked at 2.8GHz. Since in-display fingerprint sensor requires OLED display, it will feature an LG Display. The smartphone is expected to run on Android P.
As for the camera, the company is said to have begun the work back in February 2018 for it. Though it was initially aimed at mid-2018 launch, due to facing some issues during the development, the device now appears to be coming only in the second half of the year.