It seems that the wait for one of the most rumoured phones of the year 2020 - the Nokia 9.3 PureView- is going to be a little longer now. There are fresh reports that the phone could launch in the first half of the year 2021. This is almost an 8 months delay from the previously rumoured time of its launch.
The news comes from a report by Nokia anew on Twitter. The report says that the launch could happen in the first half of 2021 but there's still no clarity on when exactly would it happen. In fact, the company has also not spoken anything on the launch date of Nokia 9.3 PureView. We only know that the phone exists and is set to come but when is a million-dollar question. The first half of 2021 means that the phone could debut anytime between January and June.
The Nokia 9.3 PureView is said to be a successor to the Nokia 9 PureView which was launched last year. The smartphone which was earlier rumoured to launch in December and before that in November this year was expected to compete against the likes of Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, iPhone 12, and OnePlus 8T.
The Nokia 9.3 PureView is said to come with top-notch specifications. There are talks that, HMD Global- the owning company of Nokia, is working on high-quality hardware for the phone. The phone could sport an OLED display, an in-display fingerprint sensor, and in-display camera too. Earlier it was Snapdragon 865, but with the new delay in the launch date, the smartphone could be powered by Snapdragon 875. Alike the Nokia 9 PureView, the 9.3 PureView could also come with penta-lens camera arrangement with the Zeiss optics available in the phone.
Just to brush up your memory on what exactly did the company offer with the Nokia 9 PureView and understanding how different will be the upcoming 9.3 PureView, here is a quick rundown of its specifications for you.
Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 845
Front Camera: 20MP
Rear Camera :12MP + 12MP + 12MP + 12MP + 12MP
OS: Android 9.0 Pie
Launch Price: Rs 49,999
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