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Spotted Two new Android Smartphones from Nokia on Geekbench website

Nokia is set to make a comeback by this year end, and rumours are circulating that it is going to launch few smartphones. Moreover, there are latest leaks on Geekbench website about two new devices from Nokia that comes with different specifications and most likely to unveil soon. It is going to be interesting how these devices will feature in the market after the initial drawback with the Nokia X series of devices that came with Android Operating system. Let us look what these two devices will be featuring as they are dubbed as Nokia 5320 and Nokia RM-1490 for now which could be renamed later.

Nokia 5320

Yes, Nokia 5320 is the model number of this first device that has leaked on Geekbench website. According to the image that has leaked, this handset is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 2.27 GHz processor coupled with 2GB of RAM. Another thing here to notice is that Nokia 5320 is going to come with Android 4.4.4 which is rather an old Android OS with Android 7.0 Nougat is getting rolled out. The Single core score mention is 494 and Multi-core score is 1531 and was uploaded on August 19th at 2:10 AM.

Nokia-5320

Nokia RM-1490

The second device that is listed is Nokia RM-1490 which has a Single-Core Score of 972 and Multi-Core score of 1669. Again this device is also set to run on Android 4.2.2 which will defiantly be a major setback and will also miss the support of many apps and features that work on Android Lollipop or later versions. This device will be powered by an AMD A8-5545M processor with a clocking speed of 500MHz, and it will be supported with a 2GB RAM.

Nokia-RM-1490

We have got only these details of the device and will be updating once we get more information on the same. Till then stay tuned for more information.

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