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Nokia 7.3 front, back design revealed in the latest leak

Nokia 7.3

HMD Global has been working on a Nokia 7.3. and even though, there has not been any announcement of an official launch date, the smartphone has already made a number of unofficial appearances online. Now, Nokia 7.3 has leaked in the form of renders. These photos give a much better view of the front as well as rear design of the upcoming Nokia phone.

The renders were posted by Nokiapoweruser, Nokia 7.3 will come with a punch-hole camera on the front. The module is located on the top left corner of the screen. Also, the phone has slimmer bezels except for the bottom where there is a Nokia branding. 

Flip the phone, and there is a circular camera module that houses at least two sensors. The back panel also houses an LED flash and it has a dedicated fingerprint sensor. On the sides, one can see a button which may be a dedicated button to launch the Google Assistant – as seen in some of the recent Nokia phones. Also, the base appears to have USB Type-C support.

As per leaks, the Nokia 7.3 will come with 5G connectivity. It will be most likely a mid-range smartphone and the phone is expected to run on Qualcomm Snapdragon 690 processor. The screen will reportedly have a 90Hz or 120Hz refresh rate.

The camera module on the back might well be a combination of a 48-megapixel primary sensor which is coupled with 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle sensor and dual 2-megapixel sensors. On the front, it is likely to offer a 24-megapixel selfie camera.

The other expected features of Nokia 7.3 5G are a 4,000mAh battery, 18W fast charging support, as well as a 3.5mm headphone jack.

There are two separate phones which have been launched in China – these are Nokia 215 and Nokia 225 feature phones offer LED flashlight, microSD card support for expandable storage, as well as FM radio. Nokia 225 is offered at CNY 349 ( ₹3,800 approximately) whereas the Nokia 215 is priced at CNY 289 ( ₹3,150 approximately).

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