These would be the ones sporting the Snapdragon 835 – the top chip for 2017 that’s in high demand due to possible hoarding by certain competitors.
At MWC Nokia seemed to hint that they would still want to deliver great camera performances. Whether they still have the expertise to deliver remains to be seen.
The EIS built in to the 835 definitely looks impressive in person. But I only saw it on the phone display and not on anything larger to truly experience how well it stabilises video.
Design wise, if Nokia’s budget/entry/low-mid range devices have premium builds, what can we expect from an actual designated flagship?
Despite all that NokiaMobile says they don’t comment on rumours :p
Cheers Alvester for the tip!