The Nokia 10 is one of Nokia's rumored smartphones, and a YouTube channel called 'Concept Creator' has just released a new video containing a concept design of this smartphone. The Nokia 9 is actually the most-rumored Nokia-branded smartphone in the last year or so, but Nokia 10 also popped up several times. Having said that, keep in mind that the provided concept design is not a leak or anything of the sort, even though it is based on recently-surfaced sketches of the device, read on.
If you take a look at the embedded video down below, you will be able to check out this concept smartphone. The device seems to be made out of metal and glass, while a fingerprint scanner lies on the back of this smartphone. Right above that fingerprint scanner, you will notice a 'camera oreo', which contains two cameras, and LED flash, and Zeiss' branding, which essentially means that Zeiss' optics has been used here. That 'camera oreo' protrudes on the back of the phone, and it's quite large, actually. A 3.5mm headphone jack is placed on the top of this phone, while you will notice Nokia's branding on the back of the device. This smartphone comes with a couple of front-facing snappers as well, while its bezels are quite thin, and its display sports rounded corners. Side bezels are almost non-existent on this smartphone, while the top and bottom ones are not that thick at all, quite the contrary. A Type-C USB port is placed on the bottom of the device, while there are two front-facing speakers included on this imaginary phone as well.
The designer actually envisioned several color variants of this phone, most of which sport a metallic trim around the phone, but the light blue color, for example, comes with a gold-colored frame. In addition to light blue, silver and black-colored variants have been shown off in the provided video. The Nokia 10 is rumored to launch sometime this year, though chances are we'll see the Nokia 9 announced first. It's also worth noting that both of these phones are said to ship with the Snapdragon 845 SoC, and Android Oreo.