With the first months of next year, Wiko will try to revive launching four new smartphones spotted, in these hours, on GeekBench by the insider Roland Quandt. The new range of the French brand should debut in February, at the Mobile World Congress 2019 in Barcelona, and then arrive on the market as early as March.
The main novelties of Wiko for 2019 will be the new View 3 and View 3 Pro that can count on the SoC MediaTek P22, supported by a maximum of 6 GB of RAM, and the Android operating system Pie 9.0 “standard”. On-site, the French company also has the Wiko Tone E19 (a tentative name most likely) that can count on the SoC Snapdragon 632 supported by 3 GB of RAM. In this case, according to the benchmark, the operating system will still be Android Oreo 8.1 (it is likely, in any case, that at the launch there is Android Pie).
To complete the range of Wiko news for next year there is the new Y60, an entry level that can count on MediaTek MT6739, 1 GB of RAM and Android 9.0 Pie. The smartphone in question should be one of the first Android device Pie Go Edition w to arrive on the market over the next few months. Further confirmations on the news coming to the French house will emerge, of course, over the next few weeks.