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Nokia will possibly announce a QWERTY slider handset named Dali (Nokia N950)

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We already know that HMD is desperately waiting to release the subsequent package of Nokia handsets such as the high-end device Nokia 9 and entry-level Nokia 2. Both these handsets are striking the rumor mills continuously while the reports indicate that the entry-level handset Nokia 2 will likely be put on the market at some point in November.

Image courtesy: Evan Blass @evleaks

Meanwhile, The established Twitter-based leakster Evan Blass has shared a picture of the Nokia N950 also known as Dali. The handset seems to possess a QWERTY slider keyboard set and not to mention it will operate on Meego Operating System. The handset was likely to be unveiled after the Nokia N9 however it practically never composed its route into the retail market. We knew it as revoked by Elop since the focal point in those days was on the handsets operating on Windows Phone. The above-shown picture tweeted by Evan Blass through his official Twitter hold was accompanied by an extra image as presented below by another Twitter user. It is asserted that the following reference probably has acquired the Nokia N950 handset as a developer device in the past from Nokia.

The Nokia N950 picture implies that there exist absolutely no hardware buttons like those were ditched for the sake of the swipe moves. Furthermore, this handset seems to carry a first-class design leaving us are convinced that it will be one of the popular appealing handsets to show up from Nokia’s collection to the date. Something that we recognize is the fact that it will be quite unusual to come across a conclusion that the firm will certainly introduce such a handset in the present trend. We have also added a teaser video of suspected Nokia N950 which was leaked by the leakster Evan Blass not long ago.

 

 

Source Evan Blass @evleaks Featured Image by krystof.k via Wikimedia Commons

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