This year, smartphone manufacturers are a little bit skeptical when it comes to sales. One of the reasons is the pandemic situation, still a concern worldwide. However, it seems like nothing is troubling HMD Global’s plans. Besides the Nokia 5.3 and Nokia 8.3 5G, the company is also planning to release three other new devices, the Nokia 7.3 5G, Nokia 3.3, and Nokia 2.4. Or at least, that what’s some sources suggest.
A report from Nokiamob claims that the Nokia 5.3 and Nokia 8.3 5G devices are the most significant launches for the H1 2020, but we should expect more projects to be unveiled. So far, HMD Global didn’t release any official statements. Here is what the company might have in store for us.
Nokia 7.3 5G Rumored Details
Nokia 7.3 5G is rumored to flaunt a quad-camera setup and bring a more enhanced photography experience than its predecessor. The Nokiamob report suggests that the device is booked to launch somewhere in September. Other details are unknown, but we should expect at least two storage configurations, a powerful processor to support the 5G connectivity, and a battery capacity of 4,500mAh.
Nokia 3.3 Rumored Specs and Features
The Nokia 3.3 series is believed to arrive with an improved chipset from Qualcomm. It is also expected to sport a bigger display, resolution, a fingerprint sensor, and a triple-camera module on its rear panel. The smartphone might hit the markets in the following months, according to the latest report.
Nokia 2.4 Expected Specs and Release Event
Nokia 2.4 is highly rumored to arrive somewhere in September. The device might house a powerful MediaTek chipset, 2GB RAM and up to 16GB onboard storage. The camera module and display are also speculated to flaunt some enhanced features and to pack a better photography experience. So far, the details have been scarce, but we should expect an official announcement from HMD Global soon.
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