Old Nokia devices run through GFXBench, shows what could have been before Lumia dream
We reported some news sometimes ago that Nokia are planning to launch two new smartphones this year and we even gave a hint as to the names, with one having a definitive name that followed the kind of naming convention that the Hungarian OEM used to employ in times past and the last one having just a model number to deal with.
However, they might just be old versions of smartphones that the company wanted to develop before the Lumia story came in, and that could explain the very old operating system on them.
Passed through GFX Bench instead of GeekBench, we didn’t get all of the specs but we did get some to make this a story though.
For one, the first one that we reported to be the Nokia 5320 was expected to run the KitKat 4.4.4 and work with a QUALCOMM snapdragon 800 SoC while having 2GB of RAM with it too.
The next one has an odd name, RM-1490, and is a quad core smartphone then while being run on an even lesser Android 4.2. Again, this would have come out with 2GB of RAM. We can now identify that this is not the new devices that they are developing which we are expecting better specs on.
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