Nokia is launching the Android 10 (Go Edition) smartphone on December 15th

Nokia will launch an Android 10 (Go Edition) powered smartphone on December 15 in China, which the company published on the Chinese microblogging website Weibo. This will be the first Nokia phone for the Chinese market to run the lightweight version of Android 10 OS. The post doesn’t include any specs for the phone or even its name, but it would be interesting to see what workaround Nokia used to bring the operating system powered by Google Apps to China.

Nokia will launch a new smartphone in China on December 15th, which is believed to be a budget-friendly smartphone with Android 10 (Go Edition). The enterprise divided the development through a contribution on Weibo, which apart from the text “# NokiaFL # is purer and more concise!” doesn’t contain much. (translated).

This is the first Nokia smartphone with Android 10 (Go Edition) in China. Android 10 (Go Edition) depends on Google apps for email, maps, voice assistance, and more. With Google Apps not working in China, Nokia may have found a workaround to bring Android 10 (Go Edition) to the country.

Nokia brand licensee HMD Global is expected to launch Nokia 5.4 and Nokia 9.3 PureView soon. The specifications for Nokia 5.4 were recently published on TENAA along with the listing for another Nokia phone. It is expected to have the Snapdragon 662 SoC, 4GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, and a quad rear camera setup.

On the other hand, Nokia 9.3 PureView was expected to hit the market towards the end of this year. However, a recently released report claimed it was postponed to the first half of 2021. Nokia 5.4 will be a budget-friendly offering, while Nokia 9.3 PureView will be a flagship smartphone of the company.

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