It was previously rumored that HMD Global will launch the Nokia 7.3 on September 22. However, that did not happen because in the last event, the Finnish manufacturer only released two new low-cost smartphones, Nokia 2.4 and Nokia 3.4.
Today, leak specialist OnLeaks just shared render images and 360 ° video of Nokia 7.3, thereby giving us a clearer view of the design of this phone right before the launch date.
Looking at the series of renderings, it can be seen that Nokia 7.3 will switch to using a punch-hole design, instead of a “water drop” screen like its predecessor. The screen of the machine is said to be 6.5 inches in size, supports Full HD + resolution and curved edges on the sides.
On the back, Nokia 7.3 still has a fingerprint sensor and a circular camera cluster like the Nokia 7.2. However, it adds a new sensor – bringing the total number of rear cameras to 4, while the LED flash has also been moved out and located to the left of the camera cluster.
Quite surprisingly, the source shared a series of renderings that the back of the phone is only made of plastic, not Gorilla Glass like the Nokia 7.2.
The Nokia 7.3 will have a power key and volume up and down keys on the right side, a 3.5mm headphone jack on the top edge, while the bottom edge houses a USB-C connector, microphone and speakerphone. The physical dimensions of the device are 165.8 x 76.3 x 8.2mm.