Nokia 6 (2018) will be powered by a 2.2GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 processor along with Adreno 508 GPU.
When it first came out in May this year, the new Nokia 3310 was limited by its 2G network to select regions in the UK. Alibaba's Yun OS is the custom version of the Android OS. However, it seems that the 3310 could be undergoing a complete "soul overhaul" with the 4G version of the 3310.
Leaks reveal that the 4G-enabled 3310 could be running Android-based YunOS operating system. Basically, it's an optimized version of Android for phones with as little as 512MB of RAM featuring lite versions of Android apps.
It has been nearly a year since Nokia's ultimate comeback was initiated by HMD Global, and it has since come a long way. Provided the specifications of the Nokia 3310 are up to snuff, we could see support for popular apps.
Nokia re-entered the smartphone business with its Android smartphones in January, 2017.
There is no info as to when anyone of the two phones will hit the market.
Alongside the Nokia 6 (2018), HMD may announce a new 4G feature phone, and the company is even rumoured to launch a couple of smartphones on January 19 in China.
Like many smartphone manufacturers, HMD Global is offering phones at varying price points and with varying capabilities. It listed all the specs revealing that the chipset will be new, along with a slightly redesigned body, but the screen and battery will remain the same as in the original Nokia 6.
What exactly the future has in store for HMD Global and the Nokia brand remains to be seen, but nostalgia can only drive sales so far. According to GizmoChina, Nokia's camera app apk file has confirmed the names of Nokia 4 and Nokia 7 Plus, which we haven't come across in any prior leaks or rumours. We just have to wait for the official launch of phone.