This summer will have a great ending. It seems that at Berlin IFA (or earlier at 16th August event) we could see the Nokia 9, 7 and Nokia 2. The last phone should lower the price tag of current Nokia Android phones even more. Nokia 2 should come with 4.7 or 5.0-inch Full HD IPS screen and probably Snapdragon 212 chipset. Now, the prototype of the Nokia 2 has leaked, thanks to the Chinese Nokibar forum on the Baidu. The phone shares similar overall look with the current Nokia phones but is substantially smaller.
The prototype phone looks the same as the sketch Nokibar posted earlier before, which was based on the internal leaks.
Currently, can’t say if this phone will have removable back cover and battery like low end Lumia phones had, but it seems that the back cover is made of polycarbonate. It is nice to see that the opening of the front camera is larger than usual which could suggest more than 2 MP on the sensor. Back camera module resembles to the one from Nokia 6.
Nokia 2 today, potentially passed FCC under the model number TA-1027. The dimensions pictured there do suggest a smaller screen than on the Nokia 3, but also that the phone is ready to be released. This month HMD will make an announcement in London on the 16th, and we can expect the flagship Nokia 8 to be introduced there. There is a possibility that the 2, and others like 7 or 9, could be announced there too, but some rumors suggest that the rest of the lineup is reserved for IFA and a joint announcement with ZEISS.
What do you guys think?
Update: The photos, in fact, were made by the FCC certification team and published as a part of the FCC report about the device. (via: NokiaCamp.com)