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Nokia C310 5G Smartphone and Nokia Raven Codename Smartphone Spotted in Promos

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On the 21st of June, foreign technology publication Nokiamob reported that Nokia Mobile had recently released a promotional video showcasing some protective cases and new mobile phones.

According to sources, the video featured some interesting products that Nokia is planning to launch in the near future.

One of the items shown in the video was a child case for the Nokia T10 tablet, which is available in a combination of green and blue, as well as orange and red.

The Nokia T10 tablet will come pre-equipped with a UNISOC T606 chip. It is expected to have 3GB of RAM with 32GB of storage. It will have an 8-inch HD display, an IPX2 protection level, dual stereo speakers and a 2MP front selfie lens along with an 8MP rear camera. The official website offers it at a price of USD 129.99 (Editor’s Note: approximately INR 10,672).

Another product showcased in the video was the Nokia G310 5G mobile phone, which was recently seen on the Bluetooth SIG website and the FCC agency.

This phone is expected to feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 480+ 5G processor, which will offer fast and reliable connectivity for users.

Lastly, the video revealed a new Nokia smartphone codenamed Raven, which looks similar to the Nokia C32 from the back, but with a matte finish.

This new smartphone is expected to have some exciting features and specifications, although further details are yet to be announced by Nokia.

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