After the release of some Nokia smartphones and a feature handset, HMD Global is rumored to bring the Nokia 9.3 flagship smartphone, Nokia 7.3, and other devices sometime in the Q3 2020.
But a recent report claims that those smartphones have been delayed further. Here is what you need to know.
New Nokia Handsets On Cards
Previous reports suggested that HMD Global will organize a mega online release event for the launch of the Nokia 6.3, Nokia 7.3, and Nokia 9.3 in the Q3 2020. The recent report, however, indicates that the same has been delayed to Q4 2020.
Furthermore, the NokiaPowerUser’s report says that the development of those speculated handsets is on the cards. And, the postponement is believed to be caused by the coronavirus pandemic. It is also said that the release event could be postponed further. But, such a thing depends on the situation of the worldwide pandemic in the fourth quarter of this year.
And that’s not all. The report also indicates that HMD Global is currently testing the prototypes of the Nokia 6.3, Nokia 7.3, and Nokia 9.3, hinting that the progress is more than satisfactory. Also, the rumor mill points out that the Nokia 7.3 might arrive with a 5G connectivity support. And if such a thing turns out to be accurate, the Nokia 7.3 could come as the most affordable 5G-ready handset from the company.
On the other hand, the Nokia 6.3 is believed to arrive as a mid-range smartphone with a Snapdragon 67X chipset. Other reports claim that a Snapdragon 730 SoC might power it. This next device could come as well with a sleek quad-camera module at the rear panel. So far, the specs seem to good to be true.
As for the Nokia 9.3, the handset is likely to be released with a Snapdragon 865 SoC, a 120Hz refresh rate display, and a penta-lens camera module. HMD Global is expected to release a statement in the coming months.
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