Nokia 6.3 with Snapdragon 675/670 SoC, Zeiss-branded Quad Camera Setup Tipped to Launch Soon

The Nokia 6.3 will reportedly be placed above the Nokia 5.3 and replace the Nokia 6.2.


Nokia, which is owned by Finnish company HMD Global, had made several smartphone launches in March including the Nokia 5.3. Since the COVID-19 lockdown, the company has not revealed new products but there have been rumours surrounding the upcoming devices from the company called the Nokia 7.3 and the Nokia 9.3 PureView 5G.

However, now the rumour mill has churned out the possibility of another upcoming smartphone from the company called the Nokia 6.3. It is believed that the phone will be placed above the upcoming Nokia 5.3 and replace the current Nokia 6.2.

Nokia 6.3 possible specs and design

As per a report, the Nokia 6.3 is going to be powered by a Snapdragon 670 or 675 chipset, both of which are quite dated in today’s market. Nokia has been one to use chipsets that are below what the competition is providing as it did with the Nokia 9 PureView which was powered by a year-old Snapdragon 845 SoC instead of the latest Snapdragon 855.

The report also states that the Nokia 6.3 will likely have a Zeiss-branded quad-camera setup at the back, like many of its other smartphones. The front-facing camera on the phone is also believed to be a 16MP sensor which is an improvement over what the Nokia 5.3 has. Display-wise the Nokia 6.3 will come with a waterdrop-notch like the Nokia 5.3 but with Nokia’s PureDisplay feature that was seen earlier in the Nokia 6.2. The design elements of the Nokia 6.3 should mostly be like the Nokia 5.3. There is a high possibility of more colour options on the former

That is currently all the information that is available about the Nokia 6.3. Reportedly, the launch event for the device is set for Q3 2020 and it will be likely unveiled alongside the Nokia 7.3 and Nokia 9.3 PureView. However, the ongoing pandemic makes it uncertain when any smartphone launch event is going to take place.

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