Images of four Nokia smartphones came to the surface shared by Evan Blass. But, we don’t know enough about these items– not even their names, simply their mannequin numbers – they do trace at a change in design language.
First, we will talk about the N150DL and the N1530DL; with the camera protrusion in the upper left, two related devices, a rounded rectangle divided into two parts. Given the notch, these are probably mid-range devices. The fingerprint reader suggests the LCD screen, and we also note a 3.5mm headphone jack on top. Unfortunately, we can’t make the sticker on the triple camera.
Nokia N150DL • Nokia N1530DL
The Nokia N151DL has a rounded camera, which is the design that HMD Global uses for most of its smartphones nowadays. This is probably an entry-level level because we only see the camera once, no fingerprint reader, and a very chunky bottom bezel (versus another notch).
The N152DL is likely to be a C series phone, an Android Go Edition device. Its design looks very similar to the C1 or C01 Plus, which are a few years behind current trends (the C series aims to be as affordable as possible, so it’s not in vain).