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Nokia Swan Ultra 2021 Specifications: 12GB RAM, 7700mAh Battery!

Ready for the appearance of a fantastic Nokia monster? The new Nokia Swan Ultra 2021 is coming with impressive Specifications like 12GB RAM and 108MP cameras! Keep reading for more details!

Nokia Swan Ultra 2021 Specifications

Among the Nokia flagships we have reported, the Nokia Swan family must be one of the top products of the Finnish firm. This upcoming series includes members such as Nokia Swan, Nokia Swan Premium, and Nokia Swan Mini. Today, we caught the key Specifications of another member of this lineup that should launch soon, dubbed Nokia Swan Ultra 2021. Now, let’s check out what we heard about this smartphone!

Firstly, powering the Nokia flagship is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 5G SoC. Moreover, this handset should run on the latest Android 12 version operating system. About the memory department? The Nokia handset ships with 8GB/ 10GB/ 12GB of RAM and 128GB/ 256GB/ 512GB of inbuilt storage (Expandable up to 1TB via a MicroSD card). How about the optics system?

The Nokia Swan Ultra 2021 camera packs quad lenses at the rear. It consists of a 108MP essential focal point + 32MP ultra-wide sensor + 12MP macro shooter + 8MP depth sensor with dual LED streak. Further, there is also a single 32MP snapper for capturing selfies and video calling. In detail, the Nokia monster rocks a monstrous 7700mAh energy cell with 45W fast charging support and quick charging 4.0 innovation. As for the display, Nokia Swan Ultra 2021 Specifications offer a 6.9-inch Super AMOLED with 4K pixels resolution. Besides, this Nokia screen has the Corning Gorilla Glass 7 protection and comes with a long 21: 9 aspect ratio display.

Nokia Swan Ultra 2021 release date and price

For now, there is no official information about the release day of the Nokia Swan Ultra 2021. However, we hope to see this smartphone by the end of 2021. Concerning the cost, the Nokia Nokia Swan Ultra 2021 price begins at $499 ~ Rs. 37,019. Do you excited about this new Nokia flagship? Please leave us your thought in the section below!

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