HMD Global has announced the launch date of Nokia 9.3 PureView, Nokia 7.3, and Nokia 6.3 smartphones. According to reports, the upcoming Nokia devices will launch by the end of Q3 2020 or the beginning of Q4 2020. Moreover, the Nokia 9.3 PureView will ship with the 180MP primary camera sensor enclosed in a Penta-camera mechanism.
The main reason for the delay in the launch of the devices is due to the lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak. With the production across the company’s facilities have stopped due to COVID-19, the delay in the launch of the devices was on the expected lines.
In addition to the 108MP Penta-camera sensor, the Nokia 9.3 PureView also features a 120Hz refresh rate display. Moreover, the integration of the Snapdragon 865 processor will enable you to work faster without any lags. The Nokia 7.3 smartphone will be embedded with a 48MP sensor. There are reports that the device coupled ship with a 64MP primary camera sensor.
Nokia is well known for the shipment of the devices with Zeiss optics. We had worked with an old Nokia feature phone with Zeiss optics, which captures images perfectly. The upcoming Nokia device will most likely ship with Zeiss optics sensor.
The primary camera will be supported by an ultra-wide-angle lens, a depth sensor, and a macro sensor respectively. The Nokia 7.3, meanwhile, will only ship with a 32MP sensor but reports suggest that the phone could arrive with a 24MP primary camera. The chances of 24MP are less because we never heard of this sensor capacity before.
Talking about the Nokia 6.3, the smartphone is rumored to ship with a Snapdragon 730 processor, 3GB RAM, and 64GB internal storage. However, there are chances that the device will be powered with Snapdragon 670 or Snapdragon 675 processor respectively. In addition to a low-power primary sensor, the smartphone will ship with a 12MP ultra-wide-angle lens, a 2MP depth, and macro sensors respectively.
The tech enthusiasts are excited to welcome the upcoming Nokia devices. The launch will happen within the next 2-3 months depending upon the severity of the COVID-19 outbreak. The India plant was closed recently because of the report of the COVID-19 positive cases among the employees. We hope that the situation will return back to normalcy within the next 1-2 months.