Nokia 6.3 to Come with Zeiss Quad Camera: Specifications, Price Leaked


Nokia 6.3

Apart from Nokia 7.3 and Nokia 9.3 PureView 5G, HMD Global is also working on yet another mid-range smartphone. This time we’re looking at the upcoming Nokia 6.3 smartphone. As the name suggests, the device will be a successor to the previous-gen Nokia 6.2. We now have the very first information on the device that includes specifications and pricing of the phone.

Nokia 6.3 Key Specifications Leaked

This report comes courtesy of NokiaPowerUser. As per the report, Nokia 6.2 will arrive with a mid-range Snapdragon 670/675 chipset under the hood. In terms of optics, we’re looking at Zeiss-branded quad-camera module at the back. The device will sit above Nokia 5.3 in the lineup.

Coming to the front sensor, we’re looking at a 16MP selfie shooter which is an improvement over the Nokia 5.3 device. The front snapper will house inside the tear-drop notch on the PureView display. The device takes the front design from 5.3 while the PureView display from the predecessor Nokia 6.2.

Price, Launch

Apart from revealing some key specs, the report has also talked about the tentative pricing. The device should arrive with a EUR 249 price tag for the base variant. The base model will feature 3GB RAM along with 64GB onboard memory.

At the time of writing this, there is no confirmed launch date for the device. The device might end launching somewhere in the Q3 2020. Since the launch timeline is still quite far, we might see some more information coming our way soon.

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2 Comments

  1. Uchiha Madara
    May 7, 2020

    NOKIA will never be taken seriously again.. not after what they did with the NOKIA 7.2 using a Snapdragon 660 in late 2019 when there were already chipsets like Snapdragon 675 at least.. NOKIA has failed in every single way. And let’s not forget their failure with the NOKIA 9 Pureview. That phone failed from day 1. Nokia is a big joke right now in the smartphone industry, they should give up and go back to making cell phone towers or something or completely focus their interest somewhere else

  2. Cyril Dieudonne
    May 13, 2020

    it’s not the same company doing the towers and the smartphones. But I guess you know it. I don’t think Nokia really failed. They came back after Microsoft failed to produce a viable alternative to iOS and Android. Let them learn from their mistake and let’s wait for a nice product to come. I believe they can comeback.