The Nokia 9.3 PureView 5G was previously reported to come in November this year. The smartphone will be the successor to the Nokia 9 PureView which was launched in 2019.
The Nokia 9.3 will feature the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 flagship platform. What about the next-generation Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 chip we expect it to be released in early December? Almost everyone previously believed that the Nokia 9.3 PureView 5G will sport the Snapdragon 865.
A Twitter user, Nokia anew tweeted that the Nokia 9.3 PureView 5G phone will not be unveiled this year. Although the exact month is yet not known, the post says that the handset will be officially launched in the first half of 2021. Previously, the source said that the price of this device will be at least 800 euros.
According to the current news, the Nokia 9.3 will sport a 5G chip Snapdragon 865 chip and provide 6GB/8GB LPPDDR4X storage, and 128/256 GB storage. It may adopt a 6.29-inch QHD+ display. The handset is rumored to have a 120Hz refresh rate. The smartphone is running the Android 10 system. It comes in 3 colors Dusk, Charcoal, and Fjord.
Camera and battery
In terms of camera, there is a rear Zeiss Certified penta-camera. Moreover, we expect the Nokia 9.3 PureView to use a front 32MP under-screen camera. The camera on the back may support 8K video recording.
The built-in battery capacity is 4500mAh. In addition, it supports wireless charging,
Although the machine will most likely not meet with you in the near future, we hope that it will not be too late according to the rhythm of Nokia.
Unfortunately, the chances of HMD Global launching the Nokia 9.3 PureView with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 are low. In all likelihood, the company already has started manufacturing the smartphone. So, changing a core component like the SoC mid-production is not possible.
Will the Nokia 9.3 PureView have what it takes to compete with upcoming Q1 2021 heavyweights like the Galaxy S21 and Xiaomi Mi 11 series? Probably not. But HMD Global can, at the very least, target the affordable flagship segment, that even OnePlus doesn’t seem to care about anymore.