The phone will be ranging from 656 to 667 in single-core, whereas scores for multi-core performance ranged from 3,120 to 3,229.
Qualcomm’s mid-tier Snapdragon 430 processor featuring high-end performance was launched in September last year with its commercial availability slated for 2016 second quarter.
Reports about Nokia’s Android smartphone first emerged a few months ago, stating the company was planning to re-enter the global smartphone market with two new smartphones running the Android Nougat operating system. The handsets are expected towards the end of 2016 or might be pushed to a later date sometime in the first quarter of next year, depending on testing and development.
Two more Nokia mid-range phones codenamed Nokia 5320 and RM-1490 are on their way out too. These two models were running the slightly older version of Android 4.4 KitKat.
Will this be a comeback for Nokia?