Under the umbrella of HMD Global, Nokia is not least famous for its irresistible offers, although they are constantly present on the market, but mainly in the lower and lower mid-range, typically priced a bit optimistically compared to the actual price/value ratio. They already tried to change their image a few years ago, the untraceable numbering was then replaced by a cleaner portfolio management, but this did not change much in practice.
The turning point can be brought about by the Nokia Magic Max, which, in terms of specifications, is a standard Android top-of-the-line model with hardware appropriate for the year, but based on rumors, packaged in an iPhone format. The origin of the unofficial renders that show a secondary display on the back is unknown, but all sources talk about an iPhone camera layout, characteristic edges and a flat display with extremely thin bezels.
And with a huge battery. It is hard to imagine how they will fit a 7,500 mAh battery into the device with a 6.7-inch AMOLED panel, given that the usual battery size in this size category is 5,000-5,500 mAh. Of course, the device doesn’t necessarily have to be paper thin, but if Nokia won’t have any particular problem to fulfill the task within the ergonomically comfortable limits, it will be difficult for the others to explain what is the obstacle to the larger capacity. Unless it’s fast charging, which in principle the Magic Max will also be able to do, but with an unknown performance for now.
The 1080 x 2400 pixel display with a 120 Hz refresh rate will have a 64-megapixel selfie camera, and on the back we expect a 108-megapixel unit with a 16-megapixel ultra-wide-angle and a 5-megapixel macro sensor. This does not sound so high-end, but it is acceptable at the alleged price of around $450, and in return we get the UFS 4.0 memory standard and Snapdragon 8 Gen 2.