Nokia has a long history in the mobile phone field, but unfortunately, it chose the wrong platform, which caused the mobile phone business to go directly to the street and eventually sold to Microsoft. After the end of the non-competition agreement, the brand was licensed to HMD Global.
Recently, a whistleblower released a rendering of HMD’s upcoming Nokia 7.3. The rendering roughly shows the design of this phone.
It can be seen from the picture that this phone uses a 6.5-inch, FHD+ resolution digging screen on the front, and the chin is not very narrow, the NOKIA logo is printed.
HMD Nokia 7.3 is not equipped with under-screen fingerprint recognition but adopts rear-mounted fingerprint recognition so that it will be easier to unlock when hands are wet.
For the rear camera, the design adopts the same design of the Lumia 1020, with a total of four cameras, the main camera pixel is 48 MP; equipped with a 3.5mm headphone jack and Type-C interface.
According to previous related news, we learned that Nokia 7.3 will be equipped with a 4000mAh battery, support 18W fast charging, and have a Google Assistant button to call the voice assistant with one click.