HMD leak reveals Nokia Lumia-inspired Skyline and other upcoming models

Written on 06/14/2024
Taylor Bell


HMD is working on several new handsets.

AI SUMMARY

  • A leak may have revealed HMD Global’s lineup of upcoming smartphones.
  • The leak contains specs, pricing, and colors for the HMD Skyline.
  • The leak also reveals models called Waylay, Atlas, Ridge, and Ridge Pro.

If you're a Windows Phone fan, prepare to be hit with a bit of nostalgia. A new leak has revealed that HMD Global is apparently developing an Android smartphone with a design reminiscent of the Nokia Lumia. The leak also revealed a number of other handsets the company plans to launch. A new leak from

X account (formerly Twitter) @smashx_60 (via FoneArena) has revealed information about upcoming handsets from HMD. The biggest leak is about a device called the HMD Skyline, which appears to be a reincarnation of the Nokia Lumia.

The Skyline is said to be a high-mid-range phone featuring a 6.67-inch FHD+ AMOLED 120Hz display with HDR10+. It is said to be powered by the Snapdragon 7s Gen 2 SoC and will feature 8GB/12GB RAM and 256GB storage, a 4,900mAh battery with 33W wired charging (30W wireless).

The leak also mentions a triple camera setup with a 108MP primary sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide, and a 2MP macro or depth sensor. As for the selfie camera, it appears to feature a 32MP lens. Other notable features include IP67 rating, NFC, Bluetooth 5.2, and a 3.5mm headphone jack.

According to the leak, the Skyline will be available in black, blue, yellow, and pink, and the 8GB model will retail for 459 euros (roughly $491 USD). The 12GB version is said to be available for 499 euros (roughly $534 USD). Finally, the leak claims that the device will receive software updates for three years.

Other smartphones in the pipeline include the Waylay, Atlas, Ridge, and Ridge Pro. However, the tipster seemed a bit confused about whether the Waylay is actually the HMD Xenon.

Despite the deluge of information, it's still unclear when HMD plans to launch these phones. The company recently launched the Pulse and Vibe, with the Vibe due to launch in the US.