Nokia 9.3 Pureview

According to NokiaPowerUser, six models including the Nokia 9.3 PureView and the Nokia 6.3 / Nokia 7.3 5G appeared on the Russian certification platform.

The models appearing this time are: TA-1288, TA-1322, TA-1332, TA-1334, TA-1337 and TA-1341.

Nokia 9.3 Pureview

In August this year, 6 new Nokia smartphones (including Nokia 3.4 / Nokia 6.3/ Nokia 7.3 5G) have passed the Russian certification. But currently, the Nokia 2.4/3.4/8.3 5G/7.3 5G and 9.3 PureView have not been released yet.

It is worth mentioning that Nokia will hold a press conference on September 22, when a new generation of smartphones will be released. So there is every reason to think the mentioned models will be uncovered at the event.

In addition, today Nokia officially released a warm-up video again, suggesting that a certain model will be equipped with multiple cameras and circular lens modules.

The launch of the Nokia 9.3 PureView has been delayed because of the coronavirus epidemic. But we learned that the Nokia 9.2/9.3 will feature a cutting edge camera technology consisting of multiple camera sensors. The smartphone is expected to feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset coupled with an octa-core processor and 6/8 GB RAM. There will be a 6.29″ PureDisplay QHD+ pOLED display and protected with Corning Gorilla Glass 6. Moreover, there will be an in-screen fingerprint sensor, G-sensor, E-compass, Gyro, Hall sensor, Barometer, and Haptic vibrator.

In the camera department, the smartphone will feature a 32-megapixel and Multi-lens cameras on the rear side with Zeiss optics. There will be a 4500 mAh battery along with Qi Wireless charging.

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