Nokia 9.3 PureView could come with 120Hz refresh rate display, 108MP, 64MP cameras and more

By Digit NewsDesk | Published on 16-Apr-2020

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Nokia 9.3 PureView has been rumoured to come with a 120Hz refresh rate display and 108MP primary camera while a 64MP sensor can also make its way on board. The 9.3 PureView has been in the news ever since it didn’t show up at Nokia’s virtual MWC 2020 event that saw the launch of Nokia 8.3, 5.3, 1.3 and a revamped Nokia 5310 XpressMusic.

The Nokia 9.3 PureView was then said to be delayed to Q3 2020 and now the rumour mill is picking up on more details around the phone. According to a tweet by Nokia anew, the 9.3 PureView could come with a 108MP camera that uses a Samsung sensor and a secondary 64MP camera that uses Sony’s sensor.

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It also seems like the company will be abandoning its computational photography approach with its latest flagship phone for a more standard setup. One of the sensors will support OIS as well.


Nokia has experimented with 24MP, 20MP, 48MP camera sensors for the 9.3 PureView as per earlier reports but there’s still a while before we can see the phone in real life.

Recently, Juho Sarvikas, Chief Product Officer at HMD Global teased his favorite colour options for the upcoming Nokia 9.3 and states that he prefers the Polar Night colour and something that’s new and bold like the copper versions of previous Nokia phones.

The Nokia 9.3 will likely be powered by top-of-the-line Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chip with 5G support. Previous leaks indicate that the phone could come with a 6.29-inch OLED screen that has a QHD+ resolution and we already know that it is also slated to be a high refresh rate screen.

As many parts of the world are currently under a total lockdown due to the Coronavirus outbreak, it has led smartphone companies to take a backstage as far as the launches are concerned. Nevertheless, OnePlus and Apple recently announced their new smartphones and we expect more companies to follow after the lockdown ends.

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