Nokia Heart spotted at GFXBench may unveil at MWC 2017

Nokia is on a roll and if the news that has been popping up is true then they are working a couple of smartphones and an 18.5-inch tablet at the moment. Nokia on 19th released its first Android powered smartphone, Nokia 6 and it sold out in under one minute. Nokia is planning a event for the MWC 2017 and it is very likely that more smartphones will be unveiled for the global market as the Nokia 6 right now is exclusive to the Chinese market. Now a new Nokia device named Nokia Heart has been spotted at the GFXBench.

Let’s see whether the device ends up with the same name listed on the site or not as that has not been officially confirmed. Nokia Heart will sport a 5.2 inch 720p display. Under the hood the device will be equipped with Snapdragon 430 which will be accompanied with a 2GB RAM and 16 GB of internal storage. The device will have a 12 megapixel main and 7 megapixel selfie shooter. Nokia Heart will be powered by the Android 7.0 Nougat. 

The device specs point at an entry level smartphone. This goes hand in hand with the company’s policy to target Asian markets were there are alot of growth opportunities and chance for Nokia to revive its brand. In the Asian markets due to increased competition, consumers are looking for smartphones with good specs and an affordable price. In this case Nokia Heart fits the bill. Right now Nokia under the HMD Global brand is working on Nokia P1, Nokia E1, an 18.5-inch tablet and Nokia Heart. The company will be holding their press event on the MWC 2017 at the MWC, will Nokia Heart be one of the offering there? Well, we are skeptical about that, at an international platform like MWC, they will take the opportunity to shine with a slew of amazing products.

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