The successor to Nokia 9 PureView last year, Nokia 9.3 PureView, must have been in production for a long time, and now there are new rumors that its release time has been delayed again.
We hope it can finally be officially released any day now, but obviously, the waiting time is longer. If you are interested in next-generation Nokia flagship devices, you must wait until sometime in the first half of 2021.
Unfortunately, we currently do not have a more specific release timetable or even an exact timetable. One month of unveiling.
Some bad news.
The Nokia 9.3 PureView won’t be unveiled this year.
The announcement was postponed to the first half of 2021. The month is still unknown.#exclusive #nokia9 #nokia #nokiamobile #hmd #juhosarvikas #nokia9pureview #2020year pic.twitter.com/cMLPNjtOjV
— Nokia anew 🤍❤️🤍 (@nokia_anew) November 26, 2020
However, let’s look at the bright side. Hope this means that Nokia 9.3 will be released with the upcoming Snapdragon 875 chipset like all its competitors. The new chip is expected to be released in early December, and we have heard rumors that other flagship products will be launched in mid-January.
In addition to the chipset, there are rumors that HMD Global will be equipped with a full-screen display for its next flagship product, with an ultra-smooth 120Hz refresh rate and an under-screen camera, which has not been used on mainstream devices.
As far as the camera department is concerned, it seems that the five-camera system may be upgraded. It should have a 64-megapixel main sensor and support 8K video recording, but no other details are available.
No pricing information is currently available. However, if HMD Global does retain the older chipset, then you should expect the next Nokia flagship product to be positioned as a replacement for the iPhone 12 and Pixel 5, rather than a direct Galaxy Note 20 Ultra competitor.