Nokia will launch Nokia 7.3 as HMD Global officially sends out invitations to a virtual event on September 22 to be held. Besides this, HMD is expected to launch its flagship model Nokia 9.3 on the event itself, but it is not yet confirmed.
According to a Twitter post by @nokia_anew, the company may be discontinue its previously launched Nokia 7.2 handset and will make a debut of 7.3 handsets and as well as the flagship model Nokia 9.3. The tweet also reveals that the Nokia 9.3 will be coming to market sometime later of this year.
Sorry, we didn't formulate the tweet accurately enough. We had in mind that the announcement of Nokia 7.3 and 9.3 can be combined, but this is unlikely.
Most likely, Nokia 7.3 will be announced on September 22.
— Nokia anew 🤍❤️🤍 (@nokia_anew) September 13, 2020
The Nokia online stores in Germany, France, Spain, India, and other countries say that Nokia 7.2 is no longer available, it is only available in the UK.
Besides the Nokia 7.3, we will get an opportunity to see the models initially rumored for IFA, including Nokia 6.3, 3.4, and 2.4.
HMD Global has a tradition to launch multiple Nokia devices at different prices, so expect mid-range and budget devices to star in supporting roles.
We have got some specifications of Nokia 9.3, which has faced numerous delays, is still not ready to launch.
Regarding the important specifications of the Nokia 9.3, the phone will be launched with a 6.7″ display with screen resolution, packs with the quad rear camera include – 108MP+ 13MP+8MP+TOF 3D. The selfie camera features a 20MP lens.
The phone will be powered by the flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon 865G with Adreno 650 and the company offers two types of RAM and as well as the storage configurations- 6GB+128GB and 8GB+256GB. The phone comes with a decent battery of 5,000mAh Li-Po battery.
Anymore specifications about the Nokia 7.3 have not been reported yet, however, we will provide you all the upcoming updates soon.
The virtual announcement event will take place at 4 PM BST on 22 September and will be broadcast via its YouTube channel.