While smartphone makers like Xiaomi and Samsung are busy launching various smartphones, Nokia has been pretty quiet over the past 6 months. But, HMD Global is preparing to launch new Nokia smartphones.

HMD Global has a launch event scheduled for April 8. The company has set up a micro-site with a “Save the Date” invitation. It also mentions the hashtag “#LoveTrustKeep” and shows a man looking at pine trees in the middle of a forest. The site doesn’t reveal anything about upcoming devices.

If we were to speculate, we can expect that HMD Global unveils Nokia 7.3 / Nokia 7.4 and Nokia 6.3 / Nokia 6.4 at event. Recently we also heard about a smartphone from gaming under the Nokia umbrella, a new addition to the G series, with the Nokia G10 next month.

So what do we know about future smartphones? The Nokia 7.3 or Nokia 7.4 has already been leaked. It is expected to have a 6.5-inch Puredisplay LCD with full HD + resolution, a circular camera block with a 48-megapixel main sensor, and a 24-megapixel front camera. You will also find an ultra-wide sensor, a macro sensor, and a depth sensor. A Snapdragon 690 processor compatible with 5G and a tiny battery with a capacity of 4000 mAh will power this device.

The Nokia 6.4, meanwhile, will look pretty much the same with a circular camera module on the back. A notch in the shape of a drop of water will however replace the punched screen on the front. You will also find an inlaid fingerprint sensor on the side of the smartphone.

The first gaming smartphone

These two smartphones will be Nokia’s entry-level offering, but the Nokia G10 that could generate some interest. It will be the company’s first gaming smartphone. It will have a screen with a refresh rate of 120 Hz, a Snapdragon 775 chipset, and perhaps an impressive camera block, consisting of a main sensor of 108 megapixels.

Further details suggest support for 4K video recording at 60 fps, 5G, and compatibility with the latest 6E Wi-Fi networks and devices. It seems that we are in the presence of a mid-high-end smartphone.