HMD Global Launches A Smartphone Range That Departs From Nokia

HMD Global Launches A Smartphone Range That Departs From Nokia

In a break from Nokia, HMD Global unveiled their line of smartphones. The three models of the brand’s first Pulse series—Pulse, Pulse Plus, and Pulse Pro—are new from the Finnish smartphone manufacturer. According to HMD, every product in the Pulse series is designed with repairability in mind. Without requiring an engineering degree, HMD announced that owners of Pulse devices will be able to replace a broken display, bent charging connector, or low battery with ease because to their collaboration with third-party repair site iFixit.

HMD Pulse series: Availability

In the upcoming months, Europe will have access to HMD Global’s Pulse series devices. HMD intends to introduce its devices under the Vibe brand in the US market. Following their initial launch phase, all three smartphones are anticipated to make their debut in the Indian market.

HMD Pulse series: Details

The Unisoc T606 chipset powers all three of the series’ smartphones, which have 6.65-inch HD+ screens with a refresh rate of 90Hz. The top-tier Pulse Pro model comes with 6GB RAM, while the Pulse and Pulse Plus devices only have 4GB RAM available. However, 64GB of storage is only available for the base model. There is an inbuilt storage configuration of 128GB available for the Plus and Pro variants.

The HMD Pulse series features a 5,000mAh battery that is included in all variants; Pulse Pro offers 20W wired charging, while Pulse and Pulse Plus enable 10W charging.

The Pulse+ and Pulse Pro smartphones both include a 50MP primary camera sensor, whereas the HMD Pulse smartphone has a 13-megapixel primary camera sensor on the rear. A 2MP depth sensor is another feature of the Pro model. The Pro model has a 50MP camera sensor on the front, while the base model and the Plus model have an 8MP camera.

HMD Vibe: Details

The Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 chipset is anticipated to power the HMD Vibe, which is anticipated to be available only in the United States. The 6.65-inch HD+ display on the HMD Vibe is anticipated to have a refresh rate of 90Hz, just like the smartphones in the Pulse series. The smartphone would probably include a 4,000mAh battery and a 13MP rear camera.