At an online event in March, HMD Global revamped its Nokia mobile range, but a lot of the speculated smartphones had never seen the daylight back in the days. Nokia 6.3 is one of the speculated smartphones HMD Global already runs on.
Fresh research has disclosed other significant Nokia 6.3 specs including processor specifics, camera information, and more. The Nokia 6.3 will potentially replace the smartphone Nokia 6.2, which the company launched last year.
According to a NokiaPowerUser article, an unnamed source that reported that the Qualcomm Snapdragon 730 processor is powered by a Nokia 6.3 prototype has been confirmed. Even more importantly, a Snapdragon 6 chipset (Snapdragon 670 or Snapdragon 675) has already been speculated for the Nokia 6.3.
The Nokia 6.3 will settle for the middle portfolio, as its predecessor, following the latest details. Qualcomm for Smartphones which support up to 8 GB RAM with a maximum clock speed of 2.2 GHz announced last year that the Snapdragon 730 processor is available.
According to a source, the Nokia 6.3 camera setup would have four shooters – a main 24-megapixel sensor, an ultra-wide secondary 12-megapixel sensor, a sensor with depth with two megapixels, and a macro sensor.
The study also indicates that the Nokia 6.3 is better designed for one-hand use and is assisted by a side-mounted fingerprint sensor on the smartphone’s power button. There’s nothing on the front picture in the video, but a previous article said that a 16-megapixel selfie camera would be running on Nokia 6.3.
The Nokia 6.3 will also have a 3GB/64 GB storage option at a cost of EUR 249 (roughly Rs 20,400) was previously announced. The storage version for the Nokia 6.3 is also planned. Nevertheless, the specifics of its price and availability have not yet been known.