Nokia 9.3 PureView Is Not Coming This Year

Nokia 9.3 PureView

Nokia refreshed its lineup with new smartphones. However, the most anticipated flagship smartphone of Nokia never arrived. The smartphone has been leaked several times, we are expecting it to be called “Nokia 9.3 PureView.” Now, a new leak has arrived and it may disappoint. We are not getting a Nokia 9.3 PureView this year. According to the leak, we will get it by the first half of next year.

Nokia 9.3 PureView

First, there were leaks and rumors suggesting that the flagship will arrive this September. However, it never launched and we got another leak stating that the Nokia 9.3 PureView along with Nokia 7.3 and Nokia 6.3 will launch in November. Now, we are at the end of November and it seems unlikely the company is going to launch it. Not just the flagship, many Nokia device was postponed this year.

Just take the Nokia 8.3 5G as an example. It was announced in March and was launched six months later. Why is the Tech Giant delaying its flagship? Is it not ready yet? Well, I don’t think that’s the case. A report came from NokiaPowerUser that stated that the smartphone is in the final stages. The report came in September and it’s almost 2 months.

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Expected Features Of Nokia 9.3 PureView

Nokia 9.3 PureView

To recall, the flagship is expected to come with some eye-catching features. It was leaked that it might be the second commercially available smartphone with an under-display camera. Other than this futuristic feature, the smartphone was also expected to come with a 108-megapixel Penta camera setup capable of 8K video recording. Not only that, but it was also stated that the smartphone will 120Hz display.

Talking about the performance of the device, It was expected to come with Snapdragon 865 chipset. But now we know that Snapdragon 875 launch is just near. It will big jump from Snapdragon 865 as it will be based on a 5nm architecture. We will get a ton of devices with this flagship chipset next year. They will include top charging speeds as-well. Hence, if Nokia doesn’t speed up, they might not be able to survive.

Just look at the Nokia 9 PureView. It was such a class but failed. It came with Snapdragon 845 in March 2019, while at the same time Galaxy S10 featured Snapdragon 855. The reason behind its failure was the use of previous-generation hardware. I hope HMD Global doesn’t repeat their mistake and launch their flagship with new hardware, even if it’s launched next year. What are your opinions on HMD Global’s Nokia. Do you also think that the company is not on the right track?


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