Images of four unknown Nokia smartphones have surfaced, shared by Evan Blass. And while we don’t know much about them – not even their names, just their model numbers – they do hint at a change in design language.
We’ll start with the N150DL and N1530DL. Two clearly related devices, they have their camera bump in the upper left, a rounded rectangle that is visibly split into two parts. Given the notch, these are probably mid-range devices. The side-mounted fingerprint reader suggests an LCD and we also notice a 3.5 mm headphone jack on top. Unfortunately, we cna’t make out the label on the triple camera.
Nokia N150DL • Nokia N1530DL
The Nokia N151DL has a circular camera bump, which is the design that HMD Global uses for most of its smartphones right now. This one is probably entry-level since we only see once camera, no fingerprint reader and a pretty chunky bottom bezel (opposite another notch).
Finally, the N152DL is most likely a C-series phone, i.e. an Android Go Edition device. Its design looks very similar to the C1 or C01 Plus, which are a few years behind current trends (the C-series aims to be as affordable as possible, so it’s not vain).
Nokia N151DL • Nokia N152DL
There’s no word on when these four Nokias will go official, we expect to see more detailed leaks before then.