Nokia 9.3 Might Feature 8k Video Recording and Impressive Enhancements

HMD Global seems to be full of surprises this year, as a recent report suggests a new project under development. The company allegedly works at a next-gen of Nokia 9.2 or Nokia 9.3. While a lot of details of this device are currently scarce, one thing is sure. The future smartphone will arrive with lots of enhancements. From a more efficient camera module to many improvements, the upcoming Nokia might set the trend among other smartphones. Given that the Nokia 9.3 sports a penta-lens camera module from ZEISS optics, we can only expect the forthcoming device to bring powerful camera functions, as well. Also, the next smartphone might feature one of the best upgrades so far.

Nokia 9.3 PureView Camera’s Features Upgraded

A report released by one of NokiaPowerUser’s sources claims that the Nokia 9.3 Pure View might support 8k video recording up to 30fps. Until now, there are only a few devices to provide such capability. If such news turns out to be accurate, then the status of HMD Global will reach the highest of the skies. The Nokia 9.3 might as well have better competition, such as the Samsung Galaxy S20, Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro, and Red Magic 3S.

Nokia 9.3 Speculated Specs

According to the last reports, the Nokia 9.3 device is rumored to not arrive with a penta-lens camera module, as seen on its predecessor. However, it might sport a 108MP camera main sensor while the number of sensors is still unknown. Besides this, rumor has it that it could flaunt a glass on both edges and a sleek metal frame. The display is tipped to measure 5.99-inch and to support a QHD+ resolution and 120Hz refresh rate.

Other rumored specs and features comprise a Snapdragon 865 SoC, 8GB RAM, up to 256GB storage space, a noise-noise canceling microphone, a USB Type-C, and much more.

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