Newer Nokia phones mostly use Qualcomm or MediaTek processors. And now, it looks like the first Nokia phone that will be powered by an Exynos processor has been spotted.
Spotted on Geekbench, this phone appears as Nokia Suzume with Exynos 7884B processor.
This chip works with 14nm manufacturing technology, and it consists of two Cortex-A73 cores and six A53 cores. Moreover, the phone will have a Mali-G71 MP2 graphics processor and support for LTE connectivity.
According to Geekbench, the A73 group clocked around 2.1GHz, while the A53 group clocked around 1.7GHz.
There is no other information about the phone except that it will come with 3 GB of random memory and will run Android 12.