The Nokia 7.3’s design is all leaked now, thanks to the high-quality renders posted by the renowned leakster Steve H.McFly (OnLeaks). The renders reveal the looks of Nokia’s upcoming mid-range smartphone from all sides, including the camera placement at the back.
The Nokia 7.3 is said to be sporting a 6.3-inch full HD+ display with a hold for the front-facing camera. The dimensions will measure an approximate of 165.8 x 76.3 with 8.2mm in thickness. As we have seen from Nokia’s design language in the last year, the front of the device has a noticeable chin with the Nokia branding.
The back of the Nokia 7.3 houses a quad-camera set up in a familiar circular housing. There’s also the ZEISS branding assuring that Nokia is continuing the use of ZEISS lenses in its 7-series smartphones. Similar to the Nokia 8.3 5G, the edges of the back panel (which is said to be made out of plastic) are tapered to allow for a better grip in the hand. The fingerprint scanner takes its place just under the back camera. Here’s a 360-degree video view of the Nokia 7.3.
Author’s note: These renders are close to the actual device, but not the official press renders of the device. Hence there may be some minor differences. The Google Assistant button is not visible in the renders, yet should be a part of the final product.
Expected specifications of the Nokia 7.3
Apart from what is revealed in the renders, the following are the combined expected specifications of the Nokia 7.3.
- 6.3-inch Full HD+ LCD display
- Higher refresh rate display (90hz or 120hz)
- Snapdragon 690 CPU with 5G support
- 4GB + 64GB & 6GB + 128GB storage variants
- 48MP + 8MP ultrawide + 2MP depth + 5MP macro
- 4,500mAh battery
To get access to all the renders and more details, feel free to go through the original leak shared by IPEE World in collaboration with OnLeaks.