Nokia 6.3 will arrive with Snapdragon 730 and four Zeiss cameras – Post Daily

HMD Global is working on a new mid-range smartphone: Nokia 6.3. The smartphone may make its market debut in the second half of the year. There is still plenty of time until the premiere, but today we can talk about the next reliable reports on the technical specifications of the upcoming device. It turns out that we will find a more powerful processor and a quad-core camera in it.

Recently, HMD Global has been facing a small problem with the sale of its devices and it is very likely that this will lead to a reduction in the models designed to supply the product portfolio. But do not worry about the future of Nokia 6.3, which would hit the consumer market in the second half of the year. Let’s see what we face.

Nokia 6.3 will arrive with Snapdragon 730 and four Zeiss cameras

Nokia 6.3 will be a mid-range phone and this is not surprising. This is HMD Global’s favorite part. The first leaks suggested that the Qualcomm Snapdragon 670 or 675 system would appear on the device, but we have a major surprise here. According to the latest rumors, we can count on the presence of the Snapdragon 730, which is a higher SoC for better performance.

It is not everything. Nokia 6.3 can also receive a quad-core camera system signed with the ZEISS brand. It consists of a 24MP main sensor, 12MP wide angle and two 2MP units (macro and depth). The fingerprint reader must be placed on the side of the smartphone. But what about the rest of the technical specification?

It’s good, even very good, since we’re talking about a mid-range device. Here we can find a Full HD + screen with a diameter of 6.2 inches and an aspect ratio of 20: 9, a USB-C socket, a 4000 mAh battery and even 6 GB of RAM. Wi-Fi is of course b / g / n / ac, while Bluetooth is 5.0. However, we will inform you about the upcoming leaks of this smartphone.

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