With Nokia’s upcoming and long-awaited return to the smartphone world next year, a couple of leaks have been floating around as to what their new offerings would look like.
This time though, a very interesting device has made its way to popular benchmark site Geekbench. Named the Nokia Z2 Plus, it looks to be a geared for the high-end market based on the scores it yielded.
Much of the details are still unknown, but a few items in the specsheet of the Z2 Plus suggests that its powered by a 1.77GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 Quad-Core processor, 4GB of RAM, and runs on Android Marshmallow.
Rumor has it that the company plans to release two flagship-level phones: A 5.2-inch, and a 5.5-inch variant with 4GB and 6GB of RAM. The new Nokia phones are expected to arrive in Q1 of 2017.