Nokia Cable is coming in the budget range, will have quad core processor and 2 GB RAM

HMD Global has started working on another entry level smartphone from Nokia. The phone, codenamed Nokia ‘Cable’, was recently spotted on the benchmark site Geekbench. From there, the processor, RAM and Android version of the phone is known. The issue was first brought to the fore by Nokia-based news portal Nokiamob.

According to GeekBench, this phone codenamed Nokia ‘Cable’ by HMD Global will have Qualcomm quad core processor. Although the exact name of the processor was not known. This time this phone will come with Android 10 operating system. The phone will also have 2 GB of RAM. On the GeekBench, the phone scored 100 in the single core test and 260 in the multi core test. Which indicates it will be a budget phone.

Although the name of the phone is not yet known. Even when the phone will be launched is still unknown. But hopefully soon we will get more information about Nokia ‘Cable’.

Incidentally, today HMD Global has launched a new budget phone Nokia 2.4 in India. In this phone you will get 6.5 inch HD plus WaterDrop notch display, 3GB RAM and 64GB onboard storage, MediaTek Helio P22 processor, Android 10, and 4,500 mAh battery and dedicated Google Assistant. Pre-booking of the phone is starting from today on Nokia India’s website.