Render leaks show HMD Skyline is a resurrected Nokia Lumia 920

The renders of the rumored HMD Skyline have finally surfaced online. Based on the images shared, it would be a rebranded Nokia Lumia 920.

According to earlier reports, HMD is creating several models. One of them is the HMD Skyline, which is expected to launch next month. Now, the render of the model has finally leaked online, giving us an idea of what it looks like.

Unsurprisingly, it appears as one of the nostalgic models introduced by Nokia: the Lumia 920. Although its screen is similar to the looks of other devices in the market, the main giveaway of its inspiration is the Fabula design and its yellow color scheme.

According to earlier reports, the HMD Skyline is now internally called “HMD Tomcat,” which has an internal TA-1688 model number. According to leaks, the phone should be announced on July 10. The device is reportedly coming with an 8GB/256GB configuration, which will be priced at €520. This is higher than the earlier reported price of the model. To recall, it was earlier reported that the HMD Skyline will be offered in a single storage option of 256GB. In terms of memory, however, it is believed to provide fans with 8GB and 12GB options, which are expected to be priced at €400 and €440, respectively.

Here are more details about the HMD Skyline:

  • Snapdragon 7s Gen 2
  • 8GB and 12GB RAM options
  • 256GB internal storage
  • FHD+ 120Hz AMOLED with PureDisplay HDR10+
  • Rear Cam System: 108MP main with OIS, 8MP, and 2MP units
  • Selfie: 32MP
  • 4,900mAh battery
  • 33W charging
  • Android 14
  • IP67 rating
  • Support for Bluetooth 5.2, NFC, FPS on Display, Stereo Speakers, and PureView
  • Blue color

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