It was at the beginning of 2017 when HMD Global first introduced the world to the Nokia 6. Since that time, the firm has fleshed out its lineup, introducing the Nokia 2, Nokia 3, Nokia 5, and Nokia 8. While there have been rumors of a Nokia 9, it has yet to be announced, but some speculate that it will be revealed at the upcoming Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
But what comes after the Nokia 9? Surely there has to be a device that offers more, something that will trounce the competition and put Nokia back in the spotlight. If the information coming from Baidu is to be believed, the Nokia 10 will arrive with a penta-lens design, and could look like what you see in the image. The handset will feature five lenses in a circular pattern, dual LED flash, and a fingerprint reader on the rear.
According to the source, the smartphone will utilize the latest from Qualcomm with a Snapdragon 845 processor. While Mobile World Congress is just a month away, the Nokia 10 will most likely not make an appearance. The phone could instead make its debut at IFA Berlin later in the year. Naturally, this is all just a rumor at this point, but if something like this does manifest itself, it could pique the interest of many.