Here’s a leaked image of the HMD Atlas

HMD Atlas leaked image

HMD has disconnected itself from Nokia and unveiled some very typical-looking mid-range phones. while we’ve already seen several HMD-branded phones, there are still a few surprise devices popping up. We now have a leaked image of the HMD Atlas. This is going to be a mid-ranger with a pretty nice display based on the information.

As you may know, HMD took over the license to build Nokia phones several years back. Since then, it’s been struggling to polish the company’s tarnished golden image. The company has been popping out some affordable devices over the past few years at a slowing pace. So, HMD struck out on its own and got to work on its own phones. While that’s the case, HMD has released some Nokia-branded phones recently.

We got a leaked image of the HMD Atlas

At this point, we shouldn’t expect any radical new designs or premium flagships from HMD just yet. Right now, the Finnish company is still focusing on padding out the sub-$300 market. As such, this newly leaked phone won’t have you drooling over the specs.

Starting off with the display, the HMD Atlas looks like it’s going to have a 6.64-inch LCD display with a 1080p+ resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. That’s not jaw-dropping, but it’s still an improvement over the 720p+ resolution on the other phones.

Powering the device, we have a Snapdragon 4 Gen 2. So, we’re not looking at a lot of power, but it still grants it 5G connectivity. Backing that up, there’s 8GB of RAM and 128GB of onboard storage.

In the battery department, we’re seeing some impressive numbers. This phone has a 5,500mAh battery. That’s a 10% boost from the standard 5,000mAh battery capacity we see with most phones.

Moving over to the cameras, this phone could have a 48MP main camera with an f/1.8 aperture. We expect that to be accompanied by a 5MO ultrawide camera and a depth sensor. Up front, we’re looking at a 16MP selfie camera.

Lastly, this phone could have a 3.5mm headphone jack, Micro SD card expansion, and Bluetooth 5.1 connectivity. The Atlas could cost $239.99 when it launches.

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