We previously reported Nokia is working on a powerful mid-range smartphone to release later this year. The new Nokia 6.3 was allegedly going to be equipped with either the Snapdragon 670 or Snapdragon 675.
Now, new details about the device have surfaced and it looks like the Nokia 6.2’s predecessor will be even more powerful. The latest info received by NokiaPowerUser suggests that HMD Global is planning to use the Snapdragon 730 on the new device.
RAM-wise we still don’t know what configuration will be used, but it’s likely the company will opt for a 4/64GB configuration as standard, compared to the 3/32GB option the Nokia 6.2 has.
The leak source also mentions features about the quad-camera the smartphone will have. It is thought this will include a 24-megapixel main sensor, a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle shooter, a 2-megapixel depth sensor, and a dedicated macro camera. Also, it’s reported a fingerprint scanner will be embedded inside the side-mounted power key of the device. It’s not confirmed but the Nokia 6.3 will probably roll out with stock Android 10 or Android 11.
Pricing hasn’t been revealed yet and neither was a release date announced. We can expect a release around late August or September alongside the Nokia 7.3 and flagship Nokia 9.3 PureView.
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