HMD Tomcat Smartphone Spotted on Geekbench with Snapdragon 7s Gen 2!

HMD, the company behind Nokia-branded phones, has unveiled its initial lineup of budget devices under its own brand. Now, it seems HMD is gearing up to launch a more premium offering, codenamed Tomcat. This upcoming phone was recently spotted on the Geekbench benchmarking platform, revealing some key details about its specifications.

HMD Tomcat Geekbench listing:

HMD Tomcat
Image: HMD Pulse Pro
The Geekbench listing suggests the Tomcat will sport a codename of "Tomcat" and pack 8GB of RAM. The benchmark results show scores of 965 for single-core performance and 2625 for multi-core performance. Additionally, the listing hints at the phone running Android 14, the latest version of the Android operating system.
HMD Tomcat Geekbench listing
HMD Tomcat Geekbench Listing
While the exact chipset isn't explicitly mentioned, the motherboard section points towards a Snapdragon 7s Gen 2 processor with a maximum clock speed of 2.40 GHz. This positions the Tomcat as a mid-range smartphone offering good performance.

Beyond the information gleaned from the benchmark listing, specifics about the HMD Tomcat's design, display, camera capabilities, and battery life are yet to be revealed.

HMD Teases the Return of a Classic Phone:

Nokia 3210 4G
Nokia 3210
In addition to the Tomcat leak, HMD has reportedly teased the return of a beloved classic - the Nokia 3210. This new iteration, expected to launch in 2024, will reportedly pay homage to the original design of the Nokia 3210, which debuted in 1999.

HMD's Self-Branded Phones Eye Indian Launch:

HMD is expected to launch its self-branded phones in India soon, although a specific release date remains elusive. The Pulse series, featuring the Unisoc T606 chipset, up to a 50MP camera, a 5000mAh battery, and an HD+ display, might be among the first to arrive in the Indian market. The Pulse series starts at €140 (around Rs 12,500), suggesting a similar or slightly lower price range for the Indian launch.


The appearance of the HMD Tomcat on Geekbench signifies the company's venture into the mid-range smartphone segment. While details are scarce, the phone appears to be equipped with a Snapdragon 7s Gen 2 processor, 8GB of RAM, and the latest Android 14 operating system. Additionally, HMD might be planning to reintroduce the Nokia 3210 and launch its self-branded phones, including the Pulse series, in the Indian market soon.